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Strange NHL offseason leads Anthony Duclair to the ‘Prove It’ Florida Panthers



Florida Panthers Anthony Duclair
Columbus Blue Jackets winger Anthony Duclair takes aim at teammate Sergei Bobrovsky during warmups before a game against the Chicago Blackhawks on February 16, 2019, at the United Center. Duclair and Bobrovsky have been reunited with the Florida Panthers. // Photo by Patrick Gorski/Icon Sportswire

Anthony Duclair appears to be the perfect signing for the Florida Panthers in this strange, pandemic offseason.

For the most part, new general manager Bill Zito has loaded up cheap talent on short term (mostly one-year deals) in his first go at building his own squad.

So, yeah, Duclair fits right in to the “prove it” mentality of these new Florida Panthers.

And, he is ready to get to work in South Florida.

Speaking to reporters on Saturday afternoon from his place in Arizona, Duclair said he planned to fly to Fort Lauderdale on Sunday so he could start preparing for a training camp which is expected to begin Jan. 3.

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