Panthers sign Colton Sceviour to three-year extension
Penalty-killing forward will remain in Sunrise through ‘20-21 season
The Florida Panthers have signed forward Colton Sceviour to a three-year contract extension, worth $3.6 million (unconfirmed) according to capfriendly.com
Sceviour, 28, has appeared in 46 games with the Panthers this season, recording 14 points (7G/7A). He leads all of Florida’s forwards with 43 blocked shots, including a team-leading 18 blocked shots on the penalty kill. Sceviour ranks second among Panthers forwards in total shorthanded ice time (111:45).
The Panthers signed Sceviour, a 2007 draft choice of the Dallas Stars, prior to the 2016-17 season. In his first year with the Cats, he totaled 24 points (9G/15A) in 80 games.