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Topic - Dale Tallon
This season had a familiar feel for the Florida Panthers, who again relied heavily on prospects and again missed the playoffs.
The Florida Panthers say they won't renew the contract of Mike Santos, the team's assistant general manager.
This time, Roberto Luongo got what Tim Thomas wanted.
Michael Yormark resigned as president and CEO of the Florida Panthers on Monday, taking a job with rap mogul Jay Z's Roc Nation and setting off a front-office shake-up for the long-struggling franchise.
Here's the status of the Florida Panthers these days: The owner is disappointed, the general manager is angry and the players are underachieving.
Tim Thomas wanted back in the NHL. The Florida Panthers wanted goaltending help.
The Panthers began preparing last year for the beginning of free agency and were one of the busiest teams in the NHL on Friday.
From Saskatchewan to Stockholm, NHL prospects came to the draft, hoping to hear their names called.
Peter DeBoer took over as coach of the Florida Panthers three years ago with a sparkling resume from junior hockey, fully expecting that he could bring the downtrodden franchise back to the playoffs.
"That's the way to do it," Tallon said. "That's the way it's going to get done. But we also have to have people around them that are going to help them find their way. Expediting their play and putting them in the situations this year expanded their growth a little bit and got them some valuable experience. If we get the right people in July and August to come in there to help them ..."
The Panthers are expected to have about $30 million in cap space this summer, and Tallon said he's been given the go-ahead by new owner Vinnie Viola to spend money.