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Tuesday Offseason Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Open Forum

Maxim Mamin scores 10th KHL goal; Blackhawks hire Kendall Coyne Schofield

2019 SAP NHL All-Star Skills - Fastest Skater Photo by Brandon Magnus/NHLI via Getty Images

Florida Panthers reserve Maxim Mamin was the only Cat or potential Cat player in action in European pro yesterday. Mamin scored CSKA Moscow’s only goal in a 5-1 loss to Sibir. The goal was Mamin’s tenth of the season, marking the third time he has hit double-digits in his KHL career. He scored ten goals in 51 games in 2019-20. This season, it took the 25-year-old just 28 games to equal that number. His career-high in goals is 12, so he seems well on his way to surpass that total. Mamin scored on his only shot, logged 17:48 and finished the tilt with an even rating.

On Sunday, Justin Schutz and EC Red Bull Salzburg returned to ICE Hockey League action after a four-week break due to COVID-19. Schutz finished the game with three shots on goal and a -1 rating. He has three assists in eight games in the Austrian league this season. Now that his team is back, we will be tracking his progress.

In Liiga action today, Panthers Aleksi Saarela and Eetu Luostarinen will go head to head when Lukko takes on KalPa in Rauma, Finland. Saarela has 10 goals and 15 points in 14 games for Lukko, while Luostarinen leads KalPa in scoring with 13 points (5G/8A) in 14 games.

Kasper Puutio was a late addition to Kapat’s lineup for today’s game against JYP.

Vladislav Kolyachonok and Dinamo Minsk will play host to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl today in the KHL. Kolyachonok has produced a goal and two assists and is +2 in 24 games with Dinamo this season.

Alec Rauhauser and DVTK Polar Bears will visit second place HK Nitra today in action from Slovakia’s Tipos Extraliga. The Bowling Green University product has two goals and five points and is +4 in six games with DVTK.

The Chicago Blackhawks made a trio of organizational moves on Monday morning, including one historic hire: naming US Women’s National Ice Hockey Team forward Kendall Coyne Schofield as player development coach and youth hockey growth specialist. (Second City Hockey)

The Boston Bruins inked restricted free agent forward to a new two-year contract worth a total of $7.35 million. DeBrusk produce 19 goals and 35 points in the final year of hos entry-level deal. (Stanley Cup of Chowder)