In case you missed it: Feb. 11

In case you missed it, here are the top stories featured on FOX Sports Florida from Monday, Feb. 11.
*  Right about now would be an ideal time for the seventh-ranked Gators (19-3, 9-1) to relocate their focus, what with the surging, 25th-ranked and reigning national champion Kentucky Wildcats (17-6, 8-2) coming to the O’Connell Center. Read More
* The postponed game between the Lightning and Bruins is rescheduled for April 25. Read More 
* The Lightning recalled forward Richard Panik from Syracuse and placed Ryan Malone on injured reserve. Read More
* The Hurricanes have had a rapid rise up the rankings in the college basketball world, and the team is relishing the moment and hoping it can bring future success for the program. Read More
* Did Michelangelo get better after painting the Sistine Chapel? Did Beethoven improve after his Fifth Symphony? So that begs the question Chris Tomasson asked LeBron James: Has he gotten even better after the Year of LeBron? Read More
* FOX Sports Florida will air 11 Florida Gators baseball games. Read More 
*  New manager Mike Redmond arrived at the Miami Marlins’ spring training facility around 5 a.m. Monday. A few hours later, slugger Giancarlo Stanton arrived, a few days earlier than his requested reporting date. Expectations may be low for the Marlins, yet their excitement level about getting spring training started is clearly high.  Read More 
* The Hurricanes move up to No. 3 in the AP Top 25 poll, while the Gators are No. 7. It’s Miami’s highest ranking ever. Read More 
* Rays spring training guide: Here’s what you need to know as the Tampa Bay Rays get set to open spring training. Read More 
* Marlins spring training guide: Here’s what you need to know as the Miami Marlins get set to open spring training. Read More 
*  For Dale Earnhardt Jr., Daytona Speedweeks can’t come soon enough. “I’m really excited and look forward to sort of getting back to that older style of (restrictor) plate racing and I think it will provide a really good Daytona 500.” Read More
* Even if voters approve using tax money to help upgrade the Miami Dolphins’ stadium, a deal might be contingent on the NFL awarding the 2016 Super Bowl to the city. Read More