Harry Zolnierczyk

Florida Panthers #9 - Left Wing

  • Born: 09/01/87
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 180
  • Seasons: 2011

Scattered and Diced: The Nashville Predators remain inconsistent

Consistently inconsistent = Nashville’s motto.

2011-12 Fight Club: Reliving the top fights of the last ten years

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We continue our trip through the last decade with the 2011-12 season in fights for the Penguins

Report: Rangers Sign Phil Di Giuseppe to One-Year, $700,000 Contract

This one slipped through the cracks a bit, but it appears as if the New York Rangers are adding some additional depth down the left side. The Rangers are reportedly signing forward Phil Di Giuseppe...

A Look at the Wolf Pack’s New Veterans

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There will be a lot of new faces in Hartford next season that are by no means new to the AHL

Springfield Thunderbirds win two of three on final AHL weekend

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Cats farm team falls seven points short of the postseason

WBS Weekly: Penguins shut out Providence, take disappointing loss vs. Springfield

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WBS cannot gain any ground on the Providence Bruins despite defeating them in midweek and now have seven games left in April to make up five points.

BDevils With Comeback Win Over TBirds

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Big effort from the Devils with a 4-3 comeback victory in overtime as Binghamton won their second consecutive after losing the previous 10 straight

AHL Recap: Thunderbirds split weekend games against Hartford and Utica

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Springfield remains stuck in fifth place

Crunch overcome penalties on way to 6-1 victory over Thunderbirds

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Jan Rutta scores a goal and adds an assist in his Syracuse debut.

Thursday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Open Forum

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Thompson scores four times in T-Birds win

Thunderbirds collect three points in three games this weekend

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Springfield drops into fifth place and out of a playoff spot

WBS Weekly: Division Messes

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WBS suffers through a four-goal collapse, a laid egg at home, and a combined 110 penalty minutes in Allentown, but the Penguins stay in fifth place in the Atlantic on the doorstep of 2019.