Florida Panthers: Analyzing the Cats Through the First Week of December

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Welcome to my bi-weekly analysis of the Florida Panthers, where I’ll be talking about my opinions of the team and the players over the last few days.

New York Rangers center Vladislav Namestnikov #90 takes a shot as he scores against Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo #1 during the first period of an NHL regular season hockey game at the BB&T Center on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 in Sunrise, Fla. The Rangers won, 5-4. (David Santiago/Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images)

Well, it’s about that time, again! December is upon us, as is another opportunity to spend time with yours, truly….. in spirit.

This week was fairly rough: a choked lead that led to an overtime loss, a solid shutout with a five-goal lead, a somewhat blown-out 3rd period (in which we lost, 5-2), and a back-and-forth game that we just couldn’t seem to win.

That being said, a lot of goals were scored. It’s good to know that the offense is still strong.

There were some positives and a lot of negatives.

Shall we break it down? *cracks knuckles*

As usual, you have me. You also have this blog, dedicated to breaking down everything and everyone.

Find out who impressed me, who didn’t, and how the general direction of the team is looking.

Let’s begin!

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