Panthers Nationality Breakdown

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Last season saw Canadians make up 54% of the players in the NHL. Followed by the United States at 23%. Six percent were Swedish. Russia only mustered 3%, presumably due to the growth of their own league, the KHL. So how does the Panthers revamped lineup size up?

 Stephen Weiss – Canada

Mike Weaver – Canada

Kris Versteeg – Canada

Dmitry Kulikov – Russia

Scottie Upshall – Canada

Ed Jovanovski – Canada

Scott Timmins – Canada

Jason Garrison – Canada

Jack Skille – United States

Keaton Ellerby – Canada

Mike Santorelli – Canada

Brian Campbell – Canada

Michal Repik – Czech

Shawn Matthias – Canada

Tomas Kopecky – Slavokia

Jose Theodore – Canada

Tim Kennedy – United States

Scott Clemmensen – United States

Marcel Goc – Germany

Tomas Fleischmann – Czech

Evgeny Dadonov – Russia

Matt Bradley – Canada

David Booth – United States

Sean Bergenheim – Finland

Percentages -

Canada – 54%

United States – 16%

Russia – 8%

Czech Republic – 8%

Finland – 4%

Germany – 4%

Slavokia – 4%

Canada dominates the lineup, but the Panthers are just as diverse as the NHL as a whole in 2010-11.

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Topics: David Booth, Ed Jovanovski, Florida Panthers, Jose Theodore, Kris Versteeg, Nhl, Scott Clemmensen, Stephen Weiss, Tim Kennedy

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  • FrankRekas

    Interesting analysis. I see where 70% of the roster is North American and that sits well with me as I’m not a huge fan of some Europoeans. Just being honest. A diverse group for sure. I do think however that the Red Wings traditionally have had more Euros than North Americans. They just seem to get the ones that play a North American style.

  • FrankRekas

    Interesting analysis. I see where 70% of the roster is North American and that sits well with me as I’m not a huge fan of some Europoeans. Just being honest. A diverse group for sure. I do think however that the Red Wings traditionally have had more Euros than North Americans. They just seem to get the ones that play a North American style.