according to The All-Star weekend is over and the Panthers will resume their schedule at home against the Ottawa Senators, an Atlantic Division foe, on Tuesday.
They entered the break on a winning note, but had previously dropped all four games on a Western road trip.
With 32 games left in their season, there is still time, plenty of it, in fact, to climb the standings.
Despite the plethora of circumstances that have factored into Florida’s disappointing first half, the Panthers are still right there.
Jonathan Huberdeau hasn’t even played a game because of an injury in pre-season.
according to When Fifth Harmony canceled their performance of the U.S. national anthem before the 2017 NHL All-Star Game, attention turned to Carly Rae Jepsen and her own presentation.
Carly Rae Jepsen performs on Parliament Hill on Dec. 31, 2016 in Ottawa, Canada.
The “Call Me Maybe” singer, almost unrecognizable in short-cropped blonde hair, delivered a rousing rendition of her country’s national anthem, “O Canada” at the Staples Center Sunday night in Los Angeles.
Courtney Daniels replaced Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” and pulled off a great save.
Watch Jepsen and Brooke’s performances below.
‘Scary’ pairing of Crosby, Ovechkin helps Metropolitan Division win NHL All-Star Game
according to Crosby and Ovechkin teamed up for two goals in the Metropolitan Division’s 10-6 semifinal win against Trocheck and the Atlantic team.
Even still, their Metropolitan team won the final, 4-3, over the Pacific Division and took home the $1 million prize.
Ovechkin and Crosby teamed up for two goals in the Metropolitan Division’s 10-6 semifinal win against the Atlantic team.
(Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) Ovechkin and Crosby teamed up for two goals in the Metropolitan Division’s 10-6 semifinal win against the Atlantic team.
He scored the Metropolitan Division’s seventh goal of the game, and Ovechkin picked up a secondary assist.
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