Hockey Florida Panthers chases NHL record next night: “We have a chance to make history”

The Panthers have started their season with 11 consecutive home victories.

Hockey League The NHL’s second best team, the Florida Panthers, is trying to break the NHL record early Sunday morning Finnish time.

Starting its season with 11 consecutive home victories, the Panthers will get a decades-old record in their name if it knocks down Seattle Kraken, which has joined the series this season.

“It’s going to be very special,” 20-point (7 + 13) winger Jonathan Huberdeau says the news agency Reuters.

“We have a chance to make history.”

Panthers now shares a record with the Chicago Blackhawks. The Blackhawks won their first 11 home games in the 1963-64 season, when the club was called the Black Hawks.

On a record-breaking hunt, the Panthers leave with a loss to their neck. It lost away to the Washington Capitals on Friday and missed points only for the third time this season.

“It’s a great opportunity for us,” Sam Reinhart says.

“No one wants to wait four or five nights after a hard game before the next match.”

Miami The Panthers, who play for their home game at Sunrise, have won 14 of their 20 matches.

The Panthers are likely to chase an NHL record with two Finnish strikers. Mixed Anton Lundell that Eetu Luostarinen were also on the team on Friday.

The Finnish captain of the club Alexander Barkov is on the side due to injury.

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