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11.05.2003 19:19
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MAY 9, 2003.


PANTHERS INTERESTED IN ROBITAILLE.

TSN.CA: reported two days ago the Florida Panthers are interested in veteran winger Luc Robitaille, whose contract was bought out by the Detroit Red Wings, making him an unrestricted free agent. Panthers GM Rick Dudley sees Robitaille fulfilling the same role with his club that veteran forward Dave Andreychuk has done with the Tampa Bay Lightning over the past two seasons. That being, providing leadership and experience to a young roster. Dudley brought Andreychuk to Tampa Bay when he was the Lightning's GM.

Spector's Note: Robitaille would prefer playing for a west coast team to be close to his LA home, and he might not look forward to playing for Iron Mike Keenan in Florida. Still, if no other club shows significant interest and Robitaille wishes to continue playing, it's quite possible he could end up with the Panthers.



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15.05.2003 14:59
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PANTHERS ENTERTAIN OFFERS FOR FIRST OVERALL PICK.

FT. LAUDERDALE SUN-SENTINEL: Michael Russo reported last Sunday Florida Panthers GM Rick Dudley admits he's received "some tempting offers" for his first round pick, which is first overall, in this year's draft, believed to be one of the deepest in history. Dudley said that if "somebody comes hard enough, they might just get it." Without naming the clubs, Dudley said two teams have made "quite good package offers" for the pick. One team rumoured to be making a pitch is the Boston Bruins, who supposedly offered up winger Sergei Samsonov, but Dudley stated he hasn't spoken with the Bruins. Dudley cites the number of promising young players already on his roster as the reason he would consider shopping the pick.

Spector's Note: Another team rumoured to have made a pitch is the Montreal Canadiens, although the rumoured package - Patrice Brisebois, Andreas Dackell and one of their prospects - probably won't force Dudley to give up the pick. Head coach Mike Keenan was crying for a veteran forward with leadership skills all last season, so you can bet that'll have to be the centerpiece of any offer for the first overall pick


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16.05.2003 10:37
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Q: What will the Panthers do with their #1 pick in the draft? Keep it or trade it, and who will the pick be? (David Smith, Ft. McMurray, Alberta)

JM: Just based again on brief conversations with management and the coaching staff, everyone feels the best offer for that draft pick probably won't be put on the table until the middle of the night before the NHL Draft (20th of June) or early morning on the 21st when one or more teams may sweeten the pot to the point that the Panthers trade the choice for proven players that will help this team immediately. If they hold on to their pick, than it's either Eric Staal (from Canada) or Milan Michalek (from Czech Republic).

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16.05.2003 10:39
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Q: Rick Dudley said in a recent newspaper article that he had gotten some interesting offers for the first pick. Have you heard any rumors of who may have been offered? (Sean, Nashville)

JM: The only rumor I have heard was the one about Boston involving Sergei Samsonov. Sergei had major wrist surgery last season and I don't think he is enough of a return for that number one pick. Reportedly, some other teams would like to acquire the pick, but I haven't heard what they would be offering.

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18.05.2003 19:23
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PANTHERS INTERESTED IN MATVICHUK?

FT. LAUDERDALE SUN-SENTINEL: Michael Russo reports sources claiming the Dallas Stars are shopping defenceman Richard Matvichuk, and Florida Panthers GM Rick Dudley is thought to be interested in him to bring experience and leadership to the Panthers blueline corps. It's believed the Panthers are offering up forwards like Ivan Novoseltsev and Niklas Hagman.

Spector's Note: My thanks to "Sandis44Ozolinsh". The Stars are looking to free up room in their payroll to re-sign team captain Derian Hatcher and goaltender Marty Turco. Dealing Matvichuk for an inexpensive, promising young forward might interest the Stars.




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18.05.2003 21:07
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JOSEPH: Panthers can dangle No. 1 pick

Published May 17, 2003


FORT LAUDERDALE -- Just a couple steps from the pool at the Lago Mar Resort, Panthers GM Rick Dudley took a sip of water Friday afternoon and said there is no way he can screw up five weeks from today during the NHL Entry Draft.

He's absolutely right. Right?

Probably. Most likely. Sort of. Better hope so.

Like last year, the hapless Panthers, who have now missed the playoffs five of the past six years, will head to the June 21 draft with the No. 1 pick. Dudley will be as popular as Kenny Chesney when he pulls into Nashville with the top selection. But the big question, much like last year, is what will Dudley do with the pick -- keep it or trade it?

Dudley says he's doesn't know the answer yet. But in a draft experts claim is loaded with talent -- a draft where some believe there is little drop-off from No. 1 through No. 17 -- I'm betting Dudley swings a few deals before his time in Nashville ends.

"It's a very, very deep draft," Dudley said."I don't think you can make a mistake. There's still good players in the middle of the first round."

Last year, Dudley traded down with assurances from Atlanta and Columbus that Jay Bouwmeester would be available with the No. 3 selection. Sure enough, Bouwmeester was available, and the Panthers have one of the most promising defensemen in the league. What the Panthers need in this year's draft is offense; particularly a power-forward or second-line center.

Yet, it's a goalie who could bring Dudley one or both.

The top forwards in the draft are, in no particular order: 6-3 center Eric Stall, 6-2 center Nathan Horton, 6-0 left winger Nikolai Zherdev and 6-2 right winger Milan Michalek. Stall is ranked No. 1 by Central Scouting, but Zherdev undisciplined but gifted, and Horton a physical, power forward, could jump ahead of Staal on draft day.

Dudley could take any of the four and leave Nashville feeling pretty good. But the wild card in this is goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, who has been tagged as a franchise goalie.

For Dudley, the scenerio is pretty simple. It's a chess match. He finds someone who wants Fleury, someone willing to trade down, and then work the phone with as many other teams to get the best deal. The Hurricanes, who pick second, and Penguins, who pick third, are both interested in Fleury. Dudley could play them against one another for the best deal.

Even better: Another team picking later in the first round wants to jump past Carolina and Pittsburgh for Fleury. Now you have something. Now you have an all-out bidding war. All Dudley has to do is figure out how low he wants to drop in the first round, and who's willing to offer him the best package of players.

When asked if Carolina or Pittsburgh should be concerned that he might trade the first pick, Dudley, already pulling the strings, said, "I'd be very worried if I were them."

Dudley has already received a couple offers for the No. 1 pick; packages that include players and draft picks. But Dudley can't take any offer, or even the one boasting the biggest name. The Panthers are, after all, a small-market team. No matter how much Dudley would love to receive an offer from Calgary that includes Jarome Iginla, the front office isn't likely to put up $7 million next year to pay a superstar.

When asked what kind of players he could bring to South Florida if a deal was made for the top pick, Dudley said: "I wouldn't be interested in bringing in old players. We'd be interested in a couple young players and a pick."

Dudley wins whether he keeps the pick or trades it. But an 18-year-old is going to take time to mature and develop, and that could take place next year in juniors.. His impact on a team desperately attempting to make the playoffs is going to be none or negligible.

Dudley knows this. And that why he's going to listen to offers and most likely make a deal or two next month.
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01.06.2003 15:12
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HUSELIUS'S AGENT HAS CONCERNS ABOUT KEENAN.

FT. LAUDERDALE SUN-SENTINEL: Michael Russo reported last week the agent for Florida Panthers young forward Kristian Huselius denied rumours his client wouldn't return to the team, but added he has concerns over his client's treatment by head coach Mike Keenan. Don Meehan suggested Keenan's harsh handling of Huselius last season - benching him and publicly expressing displeasure with his performance - will be a factor in contract talks this summer. GM Rick Dudley maintains Huselius won't be traded and remains a big part of the Panthers future, but Russo doubts the young forward will accept the standard ten percent raise for restricted free agents.

Spector's Note: Huselius find himself in a difficult position here. He could stage a holdout, but without arbitration rights the Panthers could make him twist in the wind. Should they play better without him in the lineup, it would bolster Keenan's desire to have him traded. Huselius doesn't have much of a leg to stand on and should probably take whatever the Panthers offer.




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01.06.2003 15:18
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PANTHERS TALKING TO STARS ABOUT MATVICHUK?

PALM BEACH POST: reported on Wednesday of "sources" claiming the Florida Panthers are in talks with the Dallas Stars over a possible trade for defenceman Richard Matvichuk. The Stars are hoping to free up room in their payroll and trading Matvichuk is considered an option, given his Group II free agent status. According to the Post, one scenario has the Stars including forward Jason Arnott in the deal, provided the Panthers send their first round pick (first overall) plus a young winger (either Niklas Hagman or Ivan Novoseltsev) to Dallas. Apparently the Panthers would like to play Matvichuk with promising youngsters Jay Bouwmeester.

Spector's Note: My thanks to "Ebmusicman."Interesting speculation, one I wouldn't readily dismiss. Panthers GM Rick Dudley has admitted receiving offers for the first overall pick, and his club desperately needs good veteran talent to provide leadership and experience to their young roster. It would be interesting, however, to see how readily Matvichuk and Arnott would accept the coaching style of Mike Keenan.




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17.06.2003 12:25
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The Florida Panthers will trade the first overall pick, with one possible destination being the Philadelphia Flyers, who could offer up good young players like Simon Gagne and Justin Williams.

Spector's Note: According to speculations, the Panthers are seeking a first round pick plus two players in return. Figure those players to be young, talented and most importantly, inexpensive. I doubt the Flyers offer up both Gagne and Williams, but stranger things have happened...




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18.06.2003 05:33
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Panthers tantalize teams with top pick

By Michael Russo
Staff Writer
Posted June 15 2003

Along with his right-hand man Grant Sonier, Rick Dudley hopped in his car Saturday and headed north to begin a 950-mile journey to Nashville, Tenn.

After his cell phone, the most important thing the Panthers general manager packed was his battery charger, because his number will be No. 1 on the speed dial of several colleagues this week.

Dudley has the No. 1 pick in next weekend's draft and must decide whether to take a player or trade the pick by 1 p.m. Saturday.

"We've fielded a lot of calls," Dudley said. "We've had about five or six serious offers from teams, two teams that I would call the offers significant and very interesting. They've come close.

"There's no question that you can make your team significantly better immediately by trading the pick, but I also as the GM have to look at the long term. If we don't think a trade would be good for both the short term and long term of the franchise, then we won't trade the pick because I can promise you one thing -- the first pick in this draft will be a significant player."

Many feel that if the Panthers, who have missed the playoffs in five of the past six seasons, keep the pick, they're leaning toward Oshawa's Nathan Horton, a top-notch power forward, or Peterborough's Eric Staal, the top-ranked North American player by the NHL's Central Scouting Service.

The Panthers also like Czech winger Milan Michalek, a complete two-way forward, and Russian winger Nikolai Zherdev, a pure offensive star.

But what's making things interesting and Dudley a popular man is the presence of goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, who many feel could turn into the most valuable player from this draft.

The market for goalies has skyrocketed (especially when one saw how far Jean-Sebastien Giguere carried Anaheim), and because many teams feel Carolina and Pittsburgh at Nos. 2 and 3 have interest in Fleury, the only way to assure drafting Fleury would be to swing a deal with Dudley.

Even though the Panthers, who have a future franchise goalie in Roberto Luongo, could draft Fleury and develop him if they thought he was the best asset, most assume Dudley is just trying to scare others when he refuses to rule out taking him.

The ideal trade for Dudley would be to get another first-round pick in this draft, one of the deepest in years, and two solid players, preferably power forwards or potential goal scorers, who can step in now and be important players -- both on the ice and off.

"It would take quite a package," Dudley said.

Dudley is a virtual expert on trading the No. 1 pick. He has done so twice -- last season and in 1999 -- and in 2000, he traded the No. 5 pick.

But there's a sense that Dudley won't make a deal because the Panthers, who wanted to have a $30 million payroll next season, would then have to pay the players they acquire.

"That's poppycock," Dudley said. "I've talked to [majority owner Alan Cohen] a lot lately. I've talked to the ownership group once as a group and I've talked to [owner/team president Jordan Zimmerman] quite a bit lately and we have got the green light to get a couple players that we think we need."

So even if both those players make in the $2 million to $3 million range?

"We have unique needs," Dudley said. "They can't be just good players. They have to be good players with leadership qualities, and usually those players cost a little bit of money. So yes, we have the green light."

There's been speculation that Dallas has offered both Jason Arnott and Richard Matvichuk for the pick. While sources say Dudley has shown interest in both players, Dudley said the Stars haven't offered those players for the pick. It's believed Carolina, Pittsburgh and Boston have shown significant interest, as well as Philadelphia, which recently traded Roman Cechmanek, and Colorado, which lost Patrick Roy to retirement.

There's no doubt teams are scrambling to get Fleury, and that's driving up the price of the No. 1 pick.

But sources say the Islanders, ironically offering former Panther Mark Parrish in a package, are also in the mix because they're looking for an elite forward to develop alongside Alexei Yashin.

Dudley says he expects "the frenzy" to continue up until Saturday morning.

"It's going to be a wild, fun week," Dudley said.

Michael Russo can be reached at mrusso@sun-sentinel.com.


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24.06.2003 20:18
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V. Bure nears return

Because the St. Louis Blues put Valeri Bure back on waivers a second time later than the Panthers thought, the right winger won't be available for claim until Wednesday.

It's expected that the Panthers will be the only team to stake a claim, meaning Bure should be reacquired Wednesday.

In two years as a Panther, Bure scored 13 goals and 46 points in 82 games.

Michael Russo can be reached at mrusso@sun-sentinel.com.

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26.06.2003 08:01
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ESPN.com news services


Right wing Valeri Bure returned to one of his former teams Wednesday when the Florida Panthers claimed him off waivers from the St. Louis Blues.


The Panthers traded Bure to St. Louis on March 11 in exchange for defenseman Mike Van Ryn.


Bure scored 13 goals and had 31 assists in 77 games over parts of two seasons with the Panthers.


In 51 games with Florida and St. Louis last season, Bure had just five goals -- the lowest total in any of his previous seven full NHL seasons. Bure failed to score a goal in his final 36 regular-season games last year, then in six more postseason contests with the Blues.


Bure is the younger brother of another former Panther, center Pavel Bure of the New York Rangers.


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26.06.2003 12:29
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he he he
mal kurz ein bischen geld gespart.....ich mag den kleiner russen irgendwie....DAS wird seine saison...gibt doch nix über wiedergewonnenes vertrauen
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Bei den Frankfurt Lions soll es in der nächsten Saison der Deutschen Eishockeyliga (DEL) wieder aufwärts gehen. \"Wir wollen endlich wieder mal einen Playoff-Platz erobern und unter die besten acht Teams kommen\", sagte Clubeigner Gerd Schröder.


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26.06.2003 13:02
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Warum Geld gespart? Der hat in StLouis 3,1 Mio $ bekommen

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26.06.2003 13:30
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Ich hab da ma ne Frage zu den Panthern: Wo in Florida spielen die (Stadt)? Ich hab auf denen ihrer Seite irgentwie nix gefunden.


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