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Topic - Dale Tallon
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.
When Rocky Wirtz took over the Chicago Blackhawks six years ago, they were among the worst teams in the NHL.
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.
On the day he was introduced as the Florida Panthers' new head coach, Kevin Dineen couldn't help but talk about basketball. Especially about the Miami Heat.
The Florida Panthers have hired Kevin Dineen to take over as coach, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.
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.
NHL general managers shelved a proposal Tuesday to allow coaches to challenge goal calls.
A review of head hits and a discussion about the merits of a coach's challenge will be on the table when the NHL's general managers have their fall meeting Tuesday.
"Our better players have to start playing better or we will get better players," Tallon said.
Tallon said he has been exploring trade possibilities, and that firing the coach is easier than firing 23 players.