The NHL Trade Deadline is coming up pretty fast, and that means each team must make an important decision based on the direction their team is heading this year: Are you a buyer adding talent to your team with the hopes of making a run deep into the playoffs? Or are you selling talent to a contender, hoping to get young talent and picks back to set up a run in the future. According to Harvey Fialkov of the Sun-Sentinel, the Panthers believe that they will be buyers.
"We're not sellers,'' Tallon said. "We got five games before the deadline, so we'll know better. We got a good team, so it's a matter of adding pieces. We're moving forward from here; we're not subtracting.''
The Panthers are 27-18-11 so far on the season, which is good for third in the Eastern Conference. But their -15 goal differential has to be concerning for management. If they add some goal scorers to their team, they could be real threats in the Playoffs.
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