Panthers center Jonathan Huberdeau saw his 10-game points streak end. He was bidding to become the fifth player in Florida history to have a point in 11 consecutive appearances, which would have joined Mike Hoffman, Pavel Bure, Evgenii Dadonov and Aleksander Barkov. Bure did it three times. Huberdeau’s streak of 10 consecutive games with an assist — a franchise record — was obviously snapped as well.
When you’re getting outshot 43-13 late in the third period in a 3-0 game against a team you have no chance coming back on, it can be frustrating times, just ask Brady Tkachuk. The Ottawa Senators captain took out his frustrations on Florida Panthers forward Patric Hornqvist and next thing you know absolute chaos broke out.
The Panthers were working the Senators the entire game and no wonder Tkachuk had enough. He shoved Hornqvist from behind in front of the benches and next thing you know everyone had a dance partner:
The Panthers loved it because it made it feel like a playoff game in March when they’re at home playing against a bottom-feeder team. As per the game notes in the 3-0 victory, the only downfall for Florida was the fact “Huby” had his streak broken:
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