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Tonight: JETS AT PANTHERS

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ABOUT THE PANTHERS

-- The Panthers, last season's Southeast Division champs, are off to a miserable start. After winning their opener, they have dropped five in a row, including Tuesday's 5-2 decision at Tampa.

 

-- With just 10 goals in six games, Florida is the lowest-producing team in the Eastern Conference and tied for the lowest in the NHL.

 

-- One bit of good news: RW Kris Versteeg returned to action Tuesday after missing his team's first five games because of a lower-body injury; C Stephen Weiss did not play Tuesday and has now missed three games because of a lower-body injury.

 

-- The Panthers have one of the NHL's best rookies this season in C Jonathan Huberdeau. The third-overall pick of 2011 was Jets C Mark Scheifele's teammate at the recent world junior tournament and has three points in the first six games.

 

-- After tonight's home game, the Panthers hit the road for four more, including next Tuesday in Winnipeg, giving them seven of the first 11 away from home.

 

FLORIDA

PANTHERS

 

30 Scott Clemmensen

60 Jose Theodore

4 Keaton Ellerby

7 Dmitry Kulikov

9 Stephen Weiss

11 Jonathan Huberdeau

12 Jack Skille

13 Mike Santorelli

14 Tomas Fleischmann

17 Filip Kuba

18 Shawn Matthias

19 Scottie Upshall

22 George Parros

23 Tyson Strachan

25 Jerred Smithson

27 Alex Kovalev

32 Kris Versteeg

43 Mike Weaver

50 Drew Shore

51 Brian Campbell

55 Ed Jovanovski

82 Tomas Kopecky

88 Peter Mueller

 

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec

35 Al Montoya

4 Paul Postma

5 Mark Stuart

6 Ron Hainsey

8 Alexander Burmistrov

9 Evander Kane

12 Olli Jokinen

13 Kyle Wellwood

14 Anthony Peluso

16 Andrew Ladd

17 James Wright

18 Bryan Little

19 Jim Slater

22 Chris Thorburn

23 Alexei Ponikarovsky

24 Grant Clitsome

25 Zach Redmond

26 Blake Wheeler

33 Dustin Byfuglien

39 Tobias Enstrom

55 Mark Scheifele

80 Nik Antropov

(Lineups subject to change)

 

-- Campbell

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 31, 2013 D3

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