Florida Panthers defenseman Keith Yandle is one of the most respected players across the league.
He's been an absolute monster in the league since making his debut back in 2006-07 and currently has the league's longest iron man streak.
Not only is Yandle's streak the longest amongst active players, he's also fourth all time in NHL history with 866 consecutive games played.
However that streak might be ending.
The Panthers have informed Yandle that he's not in the team's plans moving forward and would like him to waive his full no movement clause.
The 34 year old has interest in fulfilling that request and the Panthers are threatening to making him a healthy scratch until he does which would end his iron man streak.
According to NHL insider Frank Seravalli, both sides are refusing to hear the other side out and things have totally soured.
Yandle is signed through the 2022-23 season with an AAV of $6.35million.
Seravalli mentions Yandle's 866 iron man game streak dating back 11 calendar years is probably coming to an end. What a way for it to end. Geez..
— NHL Watcher (@NHL_Watcher) January 12, 2021