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Goalie controversy in Florida? Panthers Coach Q says no

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Florida Panthers goalie Chris Driedger, right, congratulates Sergei Bobrovsky after a victory at BB&T Center. Florida coach Joel Quenneville says there is no goalie controversy brewing as Driedger gets another start Monday against the Dallas Stars. // Photo by Roger Topalian, 21st Century Photography

Chris Driedger will get his fourth start in the past five games on Monday night but coach Joel Quenneville says his team does not have a goalie controversy brewing.

The Panthers, as everyone knows, have invested a lot of money in Sergei Bobrovsky yet prior to Monday’s game, he and Driedger have split the starts so far this season.

By starting Monday night, Driedger will take the lead in starts.

During his Monday morning press availability, Florida Hockey Now asked Quenneville whether Driedger should be considered Florida’s starting goalie right now.

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