• Howden Re-Signs With Panthers

    News: Quinton Howden signed a one-year (two-way) contract with the Panthers on Wednesday.
    Analysis: The speedy winger will once again compete for a roster spot with the Panthers in training camp, but will likely spend the majority of the 2015-16 campaign continuing to develop in the AHL. He tallied a total of 18 points in 33 games with AHL San Antonio last season.
  • Panthers' Howden Among Final Cuts

    News: Quinton Howden was one of six players cut by the Panthers on Friday morning, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
    Analysis: Quinton Howden, a former first-round draft pick from 2010, was viewed as the team's fastest skater in camp. He was thought to have bolstered his claim to a roster spot by scoring a goal Monday and notching six points in 16 games last season with the Panthers, but the team decided the 22-year-old could benefit from more consistent ice time in the minors.
  • Panthers Recall Howden

    News: Quinton Howden was recalled prior to Tuesday's game against the Senators.
    Analysis: Quinton Howden was sent to the minors on Monday, but brought back up a day later, notching four hits and a shot on goal in 14:48 of ice time. He'll likely stick with the Panthers until either Jonathan Huberdeau or Tomas Kopecky is deemed ready to return from injury.
  • Panthers Dispatch Howden Back To Minors

    News: Quinton Howden was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Monday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: With Sean Bergenheim returning to the lineup Saturday after missing the previous five games with a lower-body injury, Quinton Howden found himself out of the mix for ice time. Howden was impressive in his short-term stay in South Florida, delivering three goals and an assist over six games.
  • Panthers' Howden Off To Fine Start

    News: Quinton Howden scored a goal in Tuesday's win over San Jose, giving him a point in each of his four NHL games this year.
    Analysis: After going scoreless with a minus-11 rating in 18 contests last season, this is quite the turnaround for Quinton Howden, who's got three goals and an assist in those four games since he was recalled from AHL San Antonio.
  • Panthers Recall Howden

    News: Quinton Howden was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Wednesday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Quinton Howden is presumably on hand to fill in for Sean Bergenheim, who left Tuesday's game with a lower-body injury and will be unavailable Thursday vs. the Lightning. Prior to his call-up, the forward had 26 points in 56 games for San Antonio.
  • Panthers Send Howden To AHL

    News: Quinton Howden has been sent to San Antonio (AHL), George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
    Analysis: It's possible that Quinton Howden will be one of the first forwards called up this season when the Panthers have a need, but he'll begin the year with San Antonio after splitting the lockout-shortened campaign between the Panthers and Rampage.
  • Howden To Attend Panthers' Prospects Camp

    News: Quinton Howden will be one of the four players with NHL experience in attendance at the Panthers' prospects camp beginning on Sept. 5, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Quinton Howden split the 2012-13 season with the Panthers and AHL San Antonio. He registered a solid 13 goals and 17 assists for the Rampage in 57 games, but failed to tally a point in 18 games with Florida. The 2010 first-round draft pick is likely to begin his second professional season in the AHL.
  • Panthers' Howden Out Tuesday

    News: Quinton Howden will not play in Tuesday's game against the Rangers due to an illness.
    Analysis: Quinton Howden probably was not in many fantasy lineups with zero points on the season, but his absence will leave the Panthers a little shorthanded Tuesday.
  • Panthers Recall Howden

    News: The Panthers have recalled Quinton Howden from AHL San Antonio, Harvey Fialkov of the Sun Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Quinton Howden will give the Panthers some added forward depth for Tuesday's game against the Hurricanes, with Shawn Matthias under the weather.