Trocheck, Reimer help Hurricanes blow past Panthers 4-2
Vincent Trocheck of the Carolina Hurricanes looks on during the second period of their game against the Tampa Bay Lightning at PNC Arena on February 22, 2021 in Raleigh, North Carolina. RALEIGH, N.C. – Vincent Trocheck and James Reimer continued to torment their former team by lifting the Carolina Hurricanes to their fifth straight victory with a 4-2 win over the Florida Panthers. Trocheck was traded to Carolina just over a year ago and scored for the fourth time this season against the Panthers. Nino Niederreiter, Sebastian Aho and Warren Foegele also had goals for the Hurricanes. MacKenzie Weegar and Mason Marchment scored for Florida, which had a five-game points streak snapped.
Panthers players discuss emotional deadline day following trade of Vincent Trocheck
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Florida Panthers top line left winger Jonathan Huberdeau described an emotional morning in Las Vegas. Panthers captain Aleksander Barkov had a hard time finding the words when asked about Trocheck being gone. Almost every player had come and gone following a post-trade deadline practice at the Arizona Coyotes home rink. From Barkov's perspective, Trocheck was as much a part of the Panthers as the logo on the front of his sweater. "I have good relationships with our players, I'm friendly with them, but bottom line is what's best for the Florida Panthers, and that's why we felt it was necessary to do this.
Panthers extend points streak to 5 games with shootout win in Nashville
Vincent Trocheck scored the deciding goal in the shootout to give the Panthers a 3-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Saturday night. "I haven't won a game in a shootout in almost two years, so it was important to me to win this one." Roman Josi and Kyle Turris scored the goals for Nashville, which has lost three of four. From there, he lifted a wrist shot high to the glove side of Nashville goaltender Pekka Rinne. "We kind of talked about it, that we want to have a real good push late in games," Turris said.
10 observations from first three days of Florida Panthers training camp
(David Dwork, WPLG)CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - The Florida Panthers kicked off their 2019 Training Camp on Friday at the Ice Den in Coral Springs. September usually brings some of the happiest times of the year for Florida Panthers fans. The Panthers kicked off training camp with three days full of practices and scrimmages and now they hit the road for a week of five preseason games in six days. The roster should begin to take shape during that time, but before that happens, here are 10 observations from the first few days of training camp. (Joel Auerbach/Getty Images) Vincent Trocheck of the Florida Panthers skates up ice against the Boston Bruins at the BB&T Center on March 23, 2019.