Sam Bennett

Stanley Cup on display on ice

NHL: A Hater’s Guide to the Stanley Cup Final

If you’re finding it difficult to get behind the Panthers or Golden Knights, here are a few reasons to cheer against them. If you’re a Florida Panthers or Vegas Golden Knights fan, you have every reason to tune in when the Stanley Cup Final begins on June 3. You’re one of the lucky ones whose team made it. […]

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Sam Bennett skating for the Florida Panthers

Sam Bennett, What Are You Doing?

The NHL playoffs are full of shenanigans and dirty plays, but Sam Bennett has done it again. In the four games that the Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers have played so far, Sam Bennett has done two questionable things. The first was his play on Toronto Maple Leafs rookie Matthew Knies which resulted in […]

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Sergei Bobrovsky in the Stanley Cup Playoffs Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports

Leafs vs. Panthers (Game 2) Three Stars

After getting goalie’d in game one by Sergei Bobrovsky, surely the Leafs were due for a bounce-back performance in game two, right? It sure looked that way in the first five minutes into the game. Unfortunately, it all went to the wayside in just 66 seconds to start the second period as the Panthers went […]

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Sam Bennett Must Be Suspended For His Dirty Play On Matthew Knies

In the second game of the second round in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Florida Panthers forward Sam Bennett would give some overly dirty play on Toronto Maple Leafs rookie Matthew Knies. While it is debated if Sam Bennett ran Matthew Knies’s head into the board or the ice, one thing is for certain, Bennett punched […]

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Leafs vs. Panthers (Game 1) Three Stars

For the first time in 19 years, the Toronto Maple Leafs were set to play in a second round series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. It was a matchup that I’m confident not many people had in their playoff bracket; Leafs vs. Panthers. The Leafs defeated the powerhouse that is the Tampa Bay Lightning in […]

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Penguins Defeat Panthers 7-6 In Overtime In Wild Game

In overtime, the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Florida Panthers last night at PPG Paints Arena 7-6.  Forwards Sidney Crosby, Danton Heinen, and Evgeni Malkin each had a goal and two assists for the Pens, who improved to 24-15-8, and 3-0-2 in their last five games. Goalie Casey DeSmith made 33 saves after Tristan Jarry was […]

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Game Preview: Penguins vs. Panthers

The Pittsburgh Penguins will take on the Florida Panthers tonight at PPG Paints Arena at 7 PM eastern. The Panthers are currently 23-21-5 this season, and the Penguins are currently 23-15-8. The game will be viewable on Sportsnet, TVA Sports, AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh, Bally Sports Florida, and ESPN+.  The Panthers didn’t have a morning today […]

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Will And Skill: Rangers Beat Panthers 6-2 With A Well Rounded Offensive Barrage

After a mini hiatus, the NY Rangers bounced back from their loss against the Boston Bruins and defeated the Florida Panthers behind a dominating third period. Let’s break it down. THAT’S GOOD! EVERY WHICH WAY Six goals in a game will always be fantastic, no matter how they are scored. I don’t care if all […]

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3 Potential Trade Destinations For Panthers’ Sam Bennett

Leading up to the March 3rd trade deadline, all eyes will be on the Florida Panthers as they are a team worth monitoring. After an offseason that saw them trade away MacKenzie Weegar, Jonathan Huberdeau, Cole Schwindt, and a 2025 conditional first-round pick for Matthew Tkachuk, the team seems to be worse for it. After […]

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Opinion: Erik Haula And Charlie Coyle Are the Center Of Attention For The Bruins

When David Krejci decided to leave the Boston Bruins and head back to play in his native Czech Republic last off-season, the Bruins immediately needed a second-line center. Krejci had been in a full-time role with Boston since the 2007-08 season. Captain Patrice Bergeron is entering the last year of his contract, and Charlie Coyle […]

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