Florida Panthers farmhand Jack Rodewald condemned by the Panthers
- Florida Panthers minor-leaguer Jack Rodewald was one of two players, the main offender being Brendan Leipsic of the Washington Capitals, condemned by the National Hockey League for being involved in offensive, misogynistic group chant on Instagram that was leaked by another user.
- In a statement released Friday, the team also said it will “cooperate fully with the league, NHLPA, and PHPA to ensure that this matter is handled quickly and appropriately.”
- Rodewald began the 2019–20 season in the AHL with the Belleville Senators.
- After going scoreless in six games, he was acquired by the Panthers in exchange for the rights of prospect Chris Wilkie on October 27, 2019.
- In 43 games with the Springfield Thunderbirds, Rodewald put up five goals and 16 points.
- He is in the final year of his contract and with the Thunderbirds done for the season and has probably played his last game for the organization.
Sources & Credits: Scott Billeck, Twitter / litterboxcat.com
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