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Pro Sports Smart Spenders: Rays and Heat big winners

On April 24th Bloomberg Business Week published a very interesting and very detailed story on The Smartest Spenders in Sports in 2014. The in depth story was written by Ira Boudway, Evan Applegate, and Ritchie S. King three business


Panthers Fire Interim Head Coach Peter Horachek

Florida Panthers Executive Vice President and General Manager Dale Tallon announced today that


Enough Is Too Much

By Evan Weiner It probably would not be too much of a stretch if Miami area residents are beginning to feel like the Warner Brothers cartoon character Professor Fritz Owl. In 1936, the musical “highbrow” screamed out, “enough is


Panthers Submit New Proposal To Broward County

The Florida Panthers have submitted a new request to Broward County, after the team’s first plea


Panthers Interested In Reunion With Colin Cole

When the Panthers signed defensive tackle Colin Cole last February, he had not appeared in an NFL game since 2010. The shot on Cole wound up working out pretty well, as Cole started 13 times for a defense that


Luongo To Return For Florida After Suffering Concussion

Out of action since getting bowled over by Carolina’s Radek Dvorak last week, Roberto Luongo will return from his concussion tonight when the Panthers host Calgary


Panthers Jovanovski Wants To Play Next Season

Ed Jovanovski doesn’t know what the future holds, but one thing is for certain — he isn’t going to just walk away from the game of hockey


Collision Will Prevent Luongo From Playing Vs Montreal

The injury Roberto Luongo suffered during Thursday’s loss to Carolina will keep him out of Saturday’s game against Montreal, the Panthers have announced

Radim Vrbata, Martin Hanzal, Joey Crabb, Quinton Howden, Tom Gilbert, Roberto Luongo

Panthers’ Gilbert Done For The Year

Florida defenseman Tom Gilbert will miss the remainder of this season to undergo surgery

Radim Vrbata, Martin Hanzal, Joey Crabb, Quinton Howden, Tom Gilbert, Roberto Luongo

NHL apologizes to Panthers After Blown Call

The NHL issued an apology to the Florida Panthers after a goaltender interference call was blown. It was in a game against the Phoenix Coyotes in which Panthers’ goalie Roberto Luongo was essentially checked out of the crease by