Source: Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
One by one the surging Panthers are sending messages to potential first-round playoff opponents that they won't be anyone's pushover.
Despite getting outshot a ridiculous 36-13 and allowing the most potent offense in the NHL four power-play chances in the first period, the Panthers rode backup goalie Scott Clemmensen to a 2-1 victory over the high-flying Flyers Tuesday night in the Wells Fargo Center.
The Panthers stretched their season-long winning streak to five games while snapping the Flyers' own five-game winning streak on home ice.
Perhaps the Panthers found an innovative formula for victory as the 13 shots is a season low, and it follows the previous low of 17 set in Saturday's 3-2 shootout victory over the Sabres.
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