The Florida Panthers won the draft lottery on Tuesday night after a rough season and picked up the right to pick first overall in the 2014 draft.
The Buffalo Sabres' reward for the worst record in the NHL? They have a 25 percent chance of winning the lottery on Tuesday night for the right to draft No. 1 overall.
After Saturday's action, the Eastern Conference playoff matchups are set in the NHL. All that is left to decide is home ice in the Tampa Bay-Montreal series.
Roberto Luongo is out with the old Pink Panther mask and in with his new, red and very Florida mask mask.
It was a rough season for the teams in English-speaking Canada, none of them are going to the postseason. They headline the list of most disappointing teams and players of 2013-14.
The Panthers have a tough time drawing fans in Florida to see a perennial loser so next season they might just curtain off a few sections altogether.
With the season nearing completion, it could be the end of the line for several head coaches around the NHL.
Panthers owner Vincent Viola, also founder of a high-frequency trading company, could have his business venture come under scrutiny thanks to a new book on Wall Street.
Whenever something goes horribly wrong, there are two questions that have to be asked: How did this happen and who is to blame?
Watch Jonathan Quick's stunning glove save on Tomas Fleischmann.

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