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The Florida Panthers lost their third game of this nine-game homestand Thursday night, as the New York Islanders took care of business in a tightly-contested affair.
This was the second straight game the Florida Panthers scored just one goal, but also the second straight game the power play was held scoreless. Going zero for three for the second straight game on the man advantage shows that the Panthers are really struggling to adapt to a new power play philosophy on a consistent basis.

On the other side of special teams, the Cats weren’t much better. The Islanders scored their first two goals on power plays, with the Panthers clearly outmatched by Islanders’ power play coach Jim Hiller.

After a very tight first period looked to be going in with nothing to separate the sides, Frank Vatrano took an ill-advised penalty in the neutral zone. While the Panthers didn’t concede in the first, it set up New York to take advantage in the second.

They would do just that 49 seconds into the second. Devon Toews got space to shoot near the blue line and put the shot past Sergei Bobrovsky, who was being screened on the play, to make it 1-0.

Bobrovsky, who Joel Quenneville praised earlier Thursday morning, was yet again impeccable tonight. Bob won third star of the game, saving 27 of the 29 shots he faced, and similarly to Tuesday night, keeping the Florida Panthers alive.

Unfortunately for the 30-year-old Russian, the rest of the players kept digging a bigger hole. Vincent Trocheck tripped New York forward Anthony Beauvillier just three minutes after the first goal, and New York went back on the man advantage.

Similarly to the first power play, the Islanders would score again. MacKenzie Weegar made an ill-advised pass trying to clear the zone, which was seized upon by winger Josh Bailey. Bailey would deflect the puck to fellow winger Jordan Eberle, who had the primary assist on the first goal and would get the primary assist on the second.

Eberle, in one swift movement, turned, looked up, and passed the puck to Matt Barzal on the left side, who swept the puck in, leaving Bobrovsky with no chance, and just like that, 2-0 Islanders.

Florida wouldn’t just roll over, however, and eventually got back into the game. Michael Dal Colle‘s giveaway to Brett Connolly snapped the Panthers into high gear, with Mark Pysyk excellently picking out Mike Hoffman on the odd-man rush. Hoffman gave New York goaltender Thomas Greiss no chance, slotting it top shelf near side to make it 2-1.

This was Hoffman’s 12th goal of the season. Hoffman has been in a solid groove as of late, with five points (two goals, three assists) in his last four games. This one gave Florida a lifeline.

It was a lifeline that the Cats just couldn’t seem to take. Despite playing just as good as the Islanders were, despite getting multiple power-play opportunities, the Panthers yet again could not capitalize. A few fantastic saves from both goalies and an empty-net goal from New York Captain Anders Lee with three seconds to go polished off the third period, with Florida losing 3-1.

The loss makes it the fourth loss in the last six and puts Florida down to sixth in the Atlantic Division. Sure, the division is about as compact as any, but dropping four spots in the span of two games as pathetically as the Panthers have is something to be concerned with.

The team is trying to find the answer, but ultimately it might not be with this 22-man roster. If it was me, I’d start looking at players to bring up, to give a spark to this offense. It was on display tonight, the forward core looks flat and out of ideas.

Let me reiterate one thing, the Florida Panthers did not play a terrible game of hockey tonight. This is a very good New York Islanders team, and the Panthers were even, if not better than New York, in almost every major stat. The big one is power-play opportunities; Islanders go 2/4, Panthers go 0/3, New York wins 3-1.

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You can expect Dominic Toninato to be a good bench player who will start in certain weeks the rest of the season. His 49 projected fantasy points puts him at #90 behind Marcus Sorensen and ahead of Michael Grabner. He has averaged 0.55 fantasy points in his past 16 games, which is less than our projected per game average. He is projected to average 1 fantasy points. His rank based on avg proj (#96) is worse than his rank based on total fantasy points. Dominic Toninato is expected to improve on this season-to-date’s #132 fantasy position rank.

#88 Mikkel Boedker (1% OWN) 51 FP, 1.07 per game 52 FP, 71 gp, 0.74 per game (#101)
#89 Marcus Sorensen (2% OWN) 49 FP, 1.07 per game 95 FP, 80 gp, 1.18 per game (#63)
#90 Dominic Toninato (2% OWN) 49 FP, 1 per game 95 FP, 80 gp, 1.18 per game (#63)
#91 Michael Grabner (7% OWN) 49 FP, 1.06 per game 54 FP, 41 gp, 1.32 per game (#56)
#92 Matt Nieto (2% OWN) 49 FP, 0.99 per game 52 FP, 64 gp, 0.81 per game (#93)
These projections power SportsLine’s Computer Picks and Fantasy Data. But for contest winning DFS optimal lineups by top experts like Mike McClure visit SportsLine’s new Daily Fantasy Hub.

Dominic Toninato is projected for 0.84 fantasy points in one game the rest of the week which projects to being the #117 ranked left wing. This is projected to be a below average game with fewer fantasy points than he is projected to average per game the rest of the season. He is ranked above Micheal Haley but behind Tim Schaller the rest of the week. Week 12 will be better based on projected rank (#91). He is projected for 3.03 fantasy points.

#115 Brendan Leipsic (3% OWN) 0.87 FP, 1 GP 1.16 FP
#116 Tim Schaller (0% OWN) 0.87 FP, 2 GP 0.48 FP
#117 Dominic Toninato (2% OWN) 0.84 FP, 1 GP 1 FP
#118 Micheal Haley (1% OWN) 0.84 FP, 1 GP 0.77 FP
#119 Anders Bjork (3% OWN) 0.8 FP, 1 GP 0.96 FP
#89 Patrick Marleau (11% OWN) 3.18 FP, 3 GP 1.12 FP
#90 Denis Gurianov (11% OWN) 3.04 FP, 4 GP 0.83 FP
#91 Dominic Toninato (2% OWN) 3.03 FP, 3 GP 1 FP
#92 Marcus Sorensen (2% OWN) 3.01 FP, 3 GP 1.07 FP
#93 Cody Glass (31% OWN) 3 FP, 3 GP 1.07 FP
The tables below show projected stats (totals and averages) for the rest of the season and upcoming weeks. Also included are actual stats from the current and last season.

Rest of ’19-20 49.0 13.8 10.4 3.4 56 0.7
– Per Game (49 Proj) 1.00 0.28 0.21 0.07 1.14 0.01
12/9 to 12/15 (1 Game) 0.84 0.27 0.20 0.06 1.07 0.01
12/16 to 12/22 (3 Games) 3.03 0.84 0.63 0.20 3.28 0.04
’19-20 Season 5.8 2 2 0 12 0
– Per Game (14 GP) 0.41 0.14 0.14 0.00 0.86 0.00
’18-20 Seasons 8.8 3 3 0 13 0
– Per Game (16 GP) 0.55 0.19 0.19 0.00 0.81 0.00

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The New Jersey Devils announced that assistant general manager Tom Fitzgerald is leaving the bench. This might be bad news for current head coach John Hynes.
The New Jersey Devils made the interesting decision to put assistant manager Tom Fitzgerald as one of John Hynes assistant coaches back on October 16th. When it happened, Hynes said he was the one who came up with the idea. This was a strange decision back then, but Monday’s decision seems even stranger.

The Devils announced that Fitzgerald would be returning to his role as assistant GM, as well as Binghamton’s GM, and his time behind the bench would end. One might think that Fitzgerald wasn’t going to leave the bench until things evened out, but after losing two of the past three games, this isn’t exactly “mission accomplished”. Now, the Devils are 8-6-2 with Fitzgerald behind the bench, which is much better than how they started.


Seeing Fitzgerald move back to the front office tells us that there could be something bigger in the works here. Is Ray Shero thinking about making a major trade, and he needs his right-hand man there through the process? This could be something as big as a Taylor Hall trade or something as small as deciding how to move forward with Cory Schneider.

Shero knows there’s a lot going on with this team, and he needs all hands on deck in the front office. Fitzgerald is an extremely valuable asset for his maneuverability. He’s an even bigger asset for his vision. Shero has to want that, and the needs of the coaching staff have to fall on Hynes.

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Does this move actually spell bad news for Hynes? Shero could be calling Fitzgerald back if he’s telling the head coach he’s on his last straw. With how the season has started, that wouldn’t be terribly surprising.

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Either way, we can’t imagine this is nothing. The Devils just made a major decision on a Monday morning, and it has to have implications for the future. This team needs as many eyes as possible on the on-ice product. Taking one of the best ones away shows there’s a bigger plan in place. Only time will tell what that plan is.

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While most New Yorkers were asleep, David Quinn’s Rangers put in one of their best performances of the season in San Jose. The Blueshirts held the Sharks to a total of 18 shots – limiting the hosts to two shots in the third period on the way to a 6-3 win.

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Artemi Panarin exploded for a hat trick and Mika Zibanejad chipped in two goals as the Rangers rebounded following Tuesday’s listless 3-1 defeat to the Los Angeles Kings.

On Thursday, the Rangers found the pushback that was needed to overcome San Jose leads in the first and third periods. That spirit was clear when Zibanejad scored the tying goal at 8:49 of the third period. The Rangers finished the contest with four unanswered goals, including Panarin’s empty netter.

For a team that’s been as inconsistent as the Rangers, Thursday’s win provided a roadmap to success. If a team goes hard to the opposition net, tests the opposing netminder with a high volume of shots and plays smart in their own end, that kind of effort usually results in a win.

Rangers left wing Artemi Panarin (10) celebrates with teammates Chris Kreider (20), Brady Skjei (76) and Filip Chytil (72) after scoring his team’s fifth goal against the Sharks on Dec. 12, 2019, at SAP Center in San Jose.
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The Rangers defended the Sharks’ attacks with cohesion and sound positioning. Aside from a ghastly Jacob Trouba turnover that led to Logan Couture’s second-period goal and a moment in the third period when the Blueshirts ceded far too much time and space to Brenden Dillon, it was a very solid defensive showing.

Across four minutes of penalty kill time, the Rangers only allowed a single shot on goal and shut down each of San Jose’s two power plays. If you’re looking for positive trends, the Blueshirts are now 13-for-13 on the penalty kill.

Offensively, the Rangers lit up SAP Center with fireworks. Filip Chytil weaved through traffic and produced Jesper Fast’s goalscoring effort with a sublime feed to tie the game at 1-1 in the second period. Minutes later, Panarin scored through the narrowest of openings after receiving a Ryan Strome dish.

Panarin was undoubtedly the star of the night with his four-point performance. The 28-year-old wing weaved in and out of Sharks to bring his point total to 41 through 31 games. At this rate, the highly skilled Russian is on pace to finish his first season in New York with 48 goals, 61 assists and 109 points. Only Jaromir Jagr (123 points in the 2005-06 season) and Jean Ratelle (109 points in the 1971-72 season) have scored more points for the Rangers in a single season.

The $11.6 million annual salary the Rangers invested in Panarin is paying off handsomely in terms of his all-around contributions. Panarin is truly an elite three-zone forward, an exceptional possession driver who has the offensive tools that can turn a game in an instant.

According to Hockey Reference, Panarin’s 15.7 goals created rank eighth in the NHL. His 53 total goals on-ice for are tied for 10th best in the league. And his 4.2 offensive point shares are good for eighth overall.

The Rangers need to turn their up-and-down, one-game-good/one-game-bad nature into something resembling consistency. There needs to be a continuation of recently stout defensive efforts and more peppering of enemy netminders with barrages of shots to go along with the ingredients of stellar goaltending and the two-headed monster of Panarin and Zibanejad that’s been carrying this team all season long.

Next up on the Rangers’ West Coast swing is a Saturday meeting with the 13-15-4 Anaheim Ducks. This will be a prime opportunity for the Blueshirts to summon the game-to-game consistency that’s often been lacking.

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When a team uses their first round pick in the draft on a certain player, that player will join the team with much higher expectations than all of the other rookies. Some of these players pan out and help their team compete for a championship every single year. However, some of the players that were picked in the first round don’t end up being what they are supposed to be. These players are labeled as “busts” or a failure. Some fans are used to watching their respective team make these picks every single year in the draft. Unfortunately for us, the Florida Panthers have had their fair share of bad draft picks.

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Below will be a list of who I believe are the top five busts in Panthers history.

Starting with number five…

Number 5: Kyle Rossiter (Drafted 30th overall by the Florida Panthers in 1998)

In the NHL the ideal defencemen is a big strong guy who can not only bring a certain physicality to the game that others cannot, but also at the same time someone who can help contribute to the offense a little bit. That’s what the Florida Panthers had in mind when they drafted Kyle Rossiter in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. Unfortunately, Panther fans and the organization didn’t really get to witness a whole lot of Rossiter. He spent most of his career in the AHL playing for different affiliate teams. During his time as a professional hockey player, Rossiter only played eleven games, nine of them being with Florida. In his nine total games as a Panther, Kyle scored zero points while also accounting for nine penalty minutes. This type of play definitely deserves the label bust and that is certainly what he is. Up next in the countdown is….

Number 4: Aaron MacDonald (Drafted 36th overall by the Florida Panthers in 1995)

When the Florida Panthers selected Aaron MacDonald with the 36th overall pick in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, the Panthers envisioned him to be the goaltender of the future. The expectations for MacDonald when he was drafted were set very high, and for him I believe they were set just a little bit too high. MacDonald went onto make his debut with the Florida Panthers on the night of….actually MacDonald never made his debut for the Florida Panthers as he failed to play a single game with the team. If you were to go on Google right now and type in Aaron MacDonald hockey player, not much would come up. This was by far one of the most wasted picks by the Panthers in the history of the franchise as they spent a high second round pick on someone who never even played in a single game for the team. Up next in the countdown is…

Number 3: Kendall McArdle (Drafted 20th overall by the Florida Panthers in 2005)

Kendall McArdle was definitely a questionable draft choice by the Panthers. After scoring 74 points in the WHL in his third season, the Panthers had no doubt in their mind that McArdle would definitely be a successful player for the franchise for years to come. Despite his lack of size, McArdle was able to be a force in the WHL as he scored 90 points in his first three seasons there. After the Panthers drafted him McArdle again had a brilliant season in the WHL scoring 71 points. Just a couple of years later the Panthers were ready to give the young winger and former first round draft pick a shot. When the Panthers opened up a spot on the roster for Kendall, they were expecting him to help boost a struggling offense. However, he made the offense worse. In the 33 career games as a Panther that he played, he only scored three points. This was certainly a drop off in numbers from the WHL where he scored 181 points in his five seasons. He was certainly not what the cats had in mind when they drafted him in the first round. Another bad pick for the Panthers. Up next in the countdown is….

Number 2: Denis Shvidki (Drafted 12th overall by the Florida Panthers in 1999)

When Denis Shvidki entered the NHL he possessed all the right tools to be a successful player. He had the size, he had the great ability to skate and create offensive opportunities for the team. When Denis Shvidki was a member of the Barrie Colts, he was almost unstoppable, scoring an unbelievable 200 points in only 122 games. When the Panthers picked Shvidki they were hoping that they would see that offensive production on the ice for them. However, that never actually turned out to be the case. Shvidki ended up only playing 76 games with the Panthers as he bounced back and forth from the AHL and the NHL. During his tenure with the Panthers, Denis only managed to score 25 points. This was definitely not the production the Panthers were hoping to see from their first round draft pick, but unfortunately it was. This was one bad pick by the Panthers and even though the 1999 NHL Draft wasn’t the best draft in history, there was still many quality players taken, including two all-star defender Nick Boynton and all-star centre Martin Havlat that were both taken after the selection of Denis Shvidki.

Number 1: Petr Taticek (Drafted 9th overall by the Florida Panthers in 2002)

The number one and final player on our countdown is, Petr Taticek. I know a lot of you die hard Panther fans were surprised by this choice, right? Im sure no one who is reading this was surprised by the choice as Petr Taticek only played a total of three games in a Panthers uniform. When Florida drafted him 9th overall, they never believed that he would turn out to be the player that he ended up being. The Panthers went onto eventually trade him to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Richard Jackman who can also be considered a bust. While in Pittsburgh, Taticek actually played fewer games than he did for the Panthers. Taticek failed to play in a single game for the Penguins. Taticek was one of the biggest busts in the history of the NHL as he tricked two teams to pay him for almost nothing. Three games in his career in the NHL. One would think that after being drafted 9th he would be able to play more games than his draft position, but I guess not. This was easily the worst selection for the Panthers in the history of their franchise.

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Goalie- Kevin Weekes

Defencemen- Rhett Warrener

Centre- Greg Watson

Defencemen- Chris Allen

And with that were done, the top five draft busts for the Florida Panthers. As much as I hate writing about the poor drafts from the Panthers, it was certainly an interesting piece for me, as I got to see just how far the Panthers have come as a team. They went from years of bad drafting which resulted in poor performances on the ice, to a division championship with young players such a Erik Gudbranson, Jacob Markstrom and Dmitri Kulikov being recently drafted, the future is looking brighter than ever for the Panthers as the organization along with us fans are hopping for another strong performance next season.

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