The Florida Panthers have hit a bump in the ice. Saturday’s 4-3 loss to Edmonton was the Panthers’ third of the week, all at home.
To put that in perspective, the team had lost only three home games all season before this stretch. They had gone two months without losing consecutive games.
“A couple little things that we can clear up, but I loved our compete,” Panthers interim head coach Andrew Brunette said. “I thought guys played really hard. We played fast. We dictated the pace of play.”
The Panthers have two home games this week, starting Thursday against Ottawa.
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