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Terry Murray


C - Kirk Muller, Rob Niedermayer, Radek Dvorak, Dave Gagner, Chris Wells, Steve Washburn. LW - Ray Whitney, Johan Garpenlov, Viktor Kozlov, Bill Lindsay, Peter Worrell. RW - Scott Mellanby, Dino Ciccarelli, David Nemirovsky. D - Robert Svehla, Gord Murphy, Ed Jovanovski, Paul Laus, Terry Carkner, Rhett Warrener, Jeff Norton. G - Kirk McLean, Sean Burke.


Viktor Kozlov, lw (separated shoulder, day to day); Dino Ciccarelli, rw (hairline fracture in back, 3-4 weeks); Steve Washburn, c (torn right groin, 3-4 weeks).


November 4th - Reassigned Lance Ward, D, to New Haven of the AHL; loaned Dwayne Hay, LW, to New Haven. November 9th - Recalled forward Dave Nemirovsky from the Fort Wayne Komets of the IHL.


10/28 Detroit         L 7-2
10/30 at Chicago      W 7-3
10/31 at New Jersey   L 3-1
11/02 at NY Islanders L 6-2
11/04 Chicago         W 2-1
11/07 New Jersey      L 4-3


Southeast Division  GP   W   L   T   PTS   GF   GA  
  Carolina          14   6   5   3    15   34   29   
  Tampa Bay         14   6   6   2    14   36   39   
  Florida           12   4   5   3    11   27   35   
  Washington        13   4   6   3    11   28   35


by Matthew Secosky, Florida Correspondent

The Panthers have only won twice in their past nine games, with both victories coming at the expense of the Chicago Blackhawks. If only Florida could play Chicago 82 times this season. If only I hadn't drank that whole bottle of gin. If only I hadn't mooned that cop. If only. If only. It's the story of my life.

Many say the Panthers have numerous problems over which to worry. Do I say such things? Why no, because I know that these trivial annoyances are but blessings in disguise.

For example, it has been reported that Robert Svehla is a bit overweight. Some complain he's a step behind and out of breath after every shift, but they fail to mention he puts away his moneys worth at the all-you-can-eat buffet on Tuesday nights. I mean, you can't have it both ways.

Others have complained about Ray Whitney's lackluster play as of late. But have they ever considered it is part of his master plan to lull the opposition into a false sense of security? I truly doubt it.

So, as you can see, there is no reason to worry. Florida has only won three games to date and things couldn't be better.

Random Notes

After missing nine games with torn muscles in his groin, Scott Mellanby made his season debut last Monday night against the New York Islanders. It was his first appearance since a preseason game versus the Bruins on September 28th.

Another player making his season debut last week was right wing Dino Ciccarelli. After being sidelined with ankle and back problems for the first 10 games, he played Wednesday verse Chicago to inspire the team to a 2-1 victory. The return was short-lived, however, as a hairline fracture was detected in his back putting him out of action for 3-4 weeks.

Mark Parrish, RW/C, was honored as the Rookie of the Month for October. His six goals during the span were three more than his closest competitor. Parrish is the first Panther to ever record four goals in one game.

In other news, Mrs. Fields named Chocolate Chip the Cookie of the Month.

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