Panthers promise Bruins fans that Sox game will appear on arena TVs
We know it's early in the season and the Panthers are struggling, but promising to show a Red Sox baseball game during the Panthers-Bruins game seems a bit low.
The Florida Panthers, at 2-5-0, haven't started the 2013-14 season as they had hoped. They're sixth in the Atlantic Division, ahead of only Buffalo, and are staring at a minus-12 goal differential just seven games into the season.
Understandably, the Panthers are pulling out all the stops in order to increase attendance, even if that includes advertising to their opponent's fans. The Panthers host the Bruins on Thursday night, but much of Boston's loyal fan base will be fixated on Game 5 of the ALCS, with the Red Sox playing in Detroit at 8 p.m. ET. To alleviate any concerns for the out-of-town fans, the Panthers have guaranteed that they’ll televise the playoff game.
That's low, especially since Thursday's meeting between the Bruins and the Panthers isn't insignificant. Long-time Bruins goalie Tim Thomas -- who left the team with a year remaining on his contract after the 2011-12 season -- will start in goal for the Panthers after signing a one-year deal last month.
That, and a little October baseball.
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