ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — If the Florida Panthers thrive on chaos — as interim head coach Tom Rowe described their recent penchant for high-scoring games — they are starting to learn how to channel it in the right way.
The Panthers delivered another offensive outburst in their 4-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Friday night. But this time, it was fueled from their defense, with Jaromir Jagr scoring the go-ahead goal in the second period and James Reimer making 35 saves for their third consecutive win.
“We want to put up big numbers, but we’re not going to do it at a cost of defense,” Rowe said. “When you have a young group and they are trying to figure it out in this league, those are just lessons you learn as you go along.”
Colton Sceviour had a goal, Aaron Ekblad scored on the power play and Derek MacKenzie added an empty-net goal, giving the Panthers six wins in their last seven games. Florida…