If the Panthers could play the Carolina Hurricanes every game, they might enjoy smooth skating throughout the season. The Panthers (32-23-13), playing the first of a four-game homestand, earned their fourth consecutive win over the Hurricanes this season with a 2-0 victory at the BankAtlantic Center on Sunday night. It was the Panthers' first shutout since they beat the Bruins 2-0 in Boston on Dec.?8. Goalie Jose Theodore was a strong defensive presence in net, stopping 34 shots overall and 19 during the second period when the Hurricanes (26-28-15) put on a tough charge around the goal. It was Theodore's third shutout of the season, his fifth career shutout against Carolina and the 33rd shutout of his career.
Jose Theodore helps Florida Panthers remain atop Southeast Division
Miami Herald | Mar 12