Skip to main content

Panthers aiming for improved effort against Kings

Florida (4-6-1) at Los Angeles (3-6-2) 10:30 p.m. EST

LOS ANGELES (Ticker) -- The Florida Panthers need to increase

their offensive output if they plan on ending their losing

streak and finding success on the road.

The Panthers look to snap a four-game slide on Thursday, when

they visit the Los Angeles Kings.

Florida has been outscored, 14-6, while posting a 0-3-1 record

over its previous four games. Three of those losses, including

each of the last two, have come away from home.

The Panthers have earned only three points in their first six

road games and realize they need to step it up if they want to

salvage any of the final three contests of their current

five-game trek.

"We have to be the hardest-working team in the league," said

Florida left wing David Booth, who is tied with Nathan Horton

for second on the team with four goals.

"Let's be honest, in order for us to compete, we need everyone's

A game every night," coach Peter DeBoer said.

The Panthers got off to a slow start start on Sunday, falling

behind by as many as three goals in the second period en route

to a 5-3 loss to the Atlanta Thrashers.

Staples Center may be the ideal venue for the Panthers to get

back on track as the Kings continue to struggle on their home


Los Angeles is 0-3-2 in its last five home games and owns an

identical record in its last five contests overall. The Kings

on Tuesday endured their third shutout in eight games at home

this season, dropping a 1-0 overtime decision to the Anaheim




Jessica Campbell to Become First Woman AHL Assistant Coach

Jessica Campbell will break the AHL’s coaching gender barrier next season when she steps behind the bench with the Coachella Valley Firebirds.


NHL Off-Season Outlook: Colorado Avalanche

The Colorado Avalanche are going to be Cup favorites for sure in 2022-23, but they've got a couple of key decisions to make this summer.


Avalanche Sign Andrew Cogliano to One-Year Extension

The Colorado Avalanche have signed forward Andrew Cogliano to a one-year extension worth $1.25 million.