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Five questions facing the Florida Panthers going into training camp

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Joel Quenneville directs a Florida Panthers practice in Toronto during the 2020 postseason as Brett Connolly, Sasha Barkov, Mike Hoffman and Jonathan Huberdeau listen in. // @FlaPanthers

Our long offseason is about to come to an end as the Florida Panthers are town practicing on their own, ready to report for training camp in a week.

The Panthers are expected to report for physicals next Sunday with the first full on-ice practice on Monday, Jan. 4.

It will be the first full practice for the Panthers since the day before they were bounced out of Toronto.

A lot has changed since the summer.

Happy New Year, hockey fans.

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