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Florida Panthers Awards for the 2021-22 Season



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Florida Panthers captain Sasha Barkov congratulates Jonathan Huberdeau as he set the NHL record for most assists by a left-winger against the Chicago Blackhawks on March 31. — AP Photo/Reinhold Matay

Despite a disappointing end to the season, the Florida Panthers wrapped up their best regular-season campaign in franchise history and won their first playoff round in 26 years.

With that came a lot of surprises out of the 2021-22 season.

Sam Reinhart hit the coveted 82-point mark during his first season in South Florida while Sam Bennett, Carter Verhaeghe and Anthony Duclair (among others) each hit career-bests in goals and points.

A Florida coach ended up finishing second in the Jack Adams Award — and it was not Joel Quenneville.

Andrew Brunette, who took over on an interim basis, was announced as the NHL’s Coach of the Year runners-up on Thursday.

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