The Florida Panthers had a rough mid-February schedule on the road, but March seems promising with their fifth win in a row at the BB&T Center.
The Panthers (31-25) beat the Buffalo Sabres (20-34), 4-1 on the ice. This win on Friday night brought them closer to the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. The Panthers are right behind the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Carolina Hurricanes for the wild card spot, both teams have points of 69, while the Panthers have 68.
On Saturday, the Florida Panthers and the Calgary Flames will hit the ice at 10 p.m.
This will be the second time these two teams will see each other in the regular season. Earlier this year, the Flames beat the Panthers, 4-2, at home, so the Cats are looking for redemption on the ice on the road.
When Karina Fonseca was young she didn’t expect to fall in love with art, but there were demons inside of her that would lead into a path of discomfort and accomplishments.
Her interest started at M.A. Milam K-8 Center when her art teacher, from 2nd to 4th grade, Ms. Portuando, would praise her art. In 5th grade she met, Mrs. Arteaga who became a mentor for her when Fonseca wanted to become the best at her art because she couldn’t stand someone being better than her.
The last year of middle school came and Mrs. Arteaga introduced Fonseca to three art schools in Miami: Dr. Michael M. Krop High School, Design and Architecture High School (DASH) and New World School of the Arts (NWSA). She applied and was accepted by all three.
With the NFL Draft coming at the end of the month everyone is wondering who is going to end up where. It is a college football player’s dream to declare their spot in the draft and get picked by a NFL team in the spring.
The Florida Gators had their annual spring game in Gainesville, Friday night, so Gator fans can see what to expect of the 2017 football season. However, it was also a game to see who would be the starting quarterback for the 2017 season.