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If you don’t know your lineup, the Panthers faces for forwards include David Booth, Gregory Campbell, Radek Dvorak, Michael Folik, Nathan Horton, Kamil Kreps, Brett McLean, Rostislav Olesz, Ville Peltonen, Anthony Stewart, Cory Stillman, Nick Tarnasky, Stephen Weiss and Richard Zednik. Defensemen players include Bryan Allen, Keith Ballard, jay Bouwmeester, Nick Boynton, Jassen Cullimore, Bryan McCabe, Karlis Skrastins and Noah Welch. Goalies are Craig Anderson and Tomas Vokoun. Currently, only forward Olesz and defenseman Allen are on the injured reserves list. Hockey operations and coaching staff include equipment manager Chris Scopetto, assistant equipment manager Chris Moody, assistant equipment manager Frank, head athletic trainer David Zenobi, assistant athletic trainer Steve Dischiavi, head coach Peter DeBoer, assistant coach Mike Kitchen, assistant coach Jim Hulton, goaltending/assistant coach Pierre Groulx and strength and conditioning coach Andy O’Brien. Panthers in the system include forward players Zach Bearson, David Brine, Brady Calla, Dan Collins, Evgeni Dadonov, Mike Duco, Tanner Glass, AJ Jenks, Drew Larman, Shawn Matthias, Kenndal McArdle, Stefan Meyer, Vaclav Nedorost, Michal Repik, Matt Rust, Janis Sprukts, Denis Stasyuk, Andrew Sweetland, Ryan Watson, Denis Yachmenev and Mikhail Yakubov. Defensemen in the system include players Peter Aston, Matthew Bartkowski, Luke Beaverson, Michael Caruso, Adam Comrie, James Delory, Roman Derlyuk, Spencer Dillon, Matt Duffy, Keaton Ellerby, Rory Fitzpatrick, Jason Garrison, Jordan Henry, Derrick Lapoint, John Lee, Martin Lojek, Franklin MacDonald, Colby Robak and Corey Syvret. Panther goalies in the system include Chris Beckford-Tseu, Marc Cheverie, Brian Foster, Sergei Gayduchenko, Jacob Markstrom, Tyler Plante and David Shantz. With a string of wins and overtimes in January, the Panthers will finish out the month with two games against the Islanders and the Canadiens both at home and away respectively. In February the Panthers will host games at home against the Islanders, Maple Leafs, Rangers, Capitals, Devils, Blackhawks and Bruins. February away games will have the Panthers on the ice as visitors in games against the Maple Leafs, Capitals, Hurricanes, Bruins, Rangers and Devils. In February, the Panthers will also hold their annual ice and dice event. In March the Panthers will visit the Penguins, Blues, Lightning, Capitals, Maple Leafs, blue Jackets, Hurricanes and Senators for the month’s away games. At home, the Panthers will host the Penguins, Blues, Lightning, Capitals, Maple Leafs, Blue Jackets, Hurricanes and Senators at home games. And in April, the season comes to a close with five games against the Thrashers, Penguins and Capitals in home games and the Flyers and Thrashers in away games. The last game of the season will be at the Panthers location against the Capitols and is scheduled for Saturday, April 11. The Panthers are currently in the number ninth spot in the NHL Eastern Conference rankings with 21 wins, 17 losses and 8 OT and a total of 50 points. This is down the list from top ranked Boston who currently has 73 points. Taking a glance at the bigger picture, the Panthers are ranked 17th with 129 goals for and 132 goals against them thus far in the season.

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