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Florida Panthers Re-Sign Defenseman Lucas Carlsson to a One-Year Contract

SUNRISE, Fla. - Florida Panthers General Manager Bill Zito announced today that the club has re-signed defenseman Lucas Carlsson to a one-year, two-way contract. "Lucas is an effective two-way defenseman who possesses a high compete level," said Zito. "We are pleased that he will remain a part of our organization as we head into next season."
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Florida Panthers re-sign Eetu Luostarinen and Lucas Carlsson

The Florida Panthers have re-signed restricted free agents Eetu Luostarinen and Lucas Carlsson. Luostarinen’s contract carries an annual cap hit of $1.5 million while Carlsson’s contract is a two-way deal worth $800,000. Florida will have $774,000 left in cap space remaining to lock up their unrestricted free agents.
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Lucas Carlsson scores, stays in Florida Panthers plans after win against Detroit

SUNRISE — With Petteri Lindbohm’s recent signing with the Florida Panthers, Lucas Carlsson may find himself fighting for his spot in the lineup once more. He is used to fighting for playing time. Olli Juolevi was placed on waivers by the team just before Florida’s game on Saturday...
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Florida Panthers Pregame: Lucas Carlsson earning his spot on the team

Ever since Lucas Carlsson made his Florida Panthers debut on Nov. 9 in New Jersey, he has been proving himself to be an NHL-caliber defenseman. Acquired in the deal that sent Brett Connolly’s contract, along with Riley Stillman and Henrik Borgstrom, to the Chicago Blackhawks, Carlsson was expected to spend the majority of his season in the AHL this year.
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The Panthers keep finding out-of-nowhere contributors. Lucas Carlsson is the latest

The Florida Panthers were waiting for a week like this one for Lucas Carlsson because they knew he was capable of it. It turns out, all he needed was an opportunity. When the Panthers needed a jolt for one of their patented comebacks Thursday, Carlsson gave them one when he fired a slap shot from the point and scored the first goal in their come-from-behind win against the Buffalo Sabres.
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Lucas Carlsson scores first NHL goal, helps Florida Panthers come back (again)

SUNRISE — When the Florida Panthers were down 3-0 with ten minutes left in the second period Thursday night, Lucas Carlsson came through with a goal he will remember for the rest of his life. With a slapshot from the point, Carlsson scored his first NHL goal and sparked a...
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Panthers Recall Lucas Carlsson, Assign Chase Priskie To Charlotte

The Florida Panthers made a swap on their blue line today, assigning Chase Priskie to Charlotte and recalling Lucas Carlsson. Priskie returns to Charlotte after making his NHL debut for his hometown Panthers on Thursday. The third-year pro has one assist in three games with the Checkers so far this season.
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Panthers Send Lucas Carlsson and Christopher Gibson To Charlotte

The Panthers have sent another pair of players to the AHL, assigning defenseman Lucas Carlsson and goalie Christopher Gibson to Charlotte. Carlsson, 24, is heading into his fourth pro season having posted 71 points (17g, 54a) in 135 AHL games and a pair of assists in 18 NHL games. The native Swede spent part of last season split between Chicago and Rockford before being traded to Florida and notching nine points (2g, 7a) in 11 games for the Syracuse Crunch.
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Florida Panthers sign former first-round pick Noah Juulsen, Lucas Carlsson

The Florida Panthers have tidied up some restricted free agent negotiations Monday, re-signing Noah Juulsen and Lucas Carlsson to one-year deals. Both contracts are two-way, and take care of the two young defensemen before arbitration could have been awarded later this summer. PuckPedia reports that Carlsson will earn $750K in the NHL, $150K in the AHL and has secured a $200K minor-league guarantee. Juulsen’s contract details have not yet been released, but should likely come in around similar lines.