6 years ago

Jose Theodore wanted to prove his doubters wrong and it's fair to say that he accomplished that feat during the 2011-12 campaign.

He was a pivotal contributor in helping the Florida Panthers capture the Southeast Division title and qualify for the postseason when they were predicted by many to end up near the bottom of the NHL standings. Theodore's numbers weren't spectacular from a fantasy perspective, but his 22-16-11, record, 2.46 goals-against-average and .917 save percentage were serviceable statistics for depth purposes on most teams. He'll likely occupy the crease for the Panthers next year as well unless prospect Jacob Markstrom is ready to take the reigns.