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Panthers' Cuban-American goalie has questions about policy changes

Panthers backup goalie Al Montoya had more on his mind than just preparation for Thursday's night's game against the Flyers. Montoya, the first Cuban-American to play in the NHL, was both excited and skeptical about President Obama's announcement that the U.S. and Cuba will resume diplomatic relations after more than 50 years of estrangement. "We've seen it coming for years," said Montoya after morning skate at the Wells Fargo Center. "That's the way they've been moving. It's a step, it's exciting. But what's in front of us now? What opens up? What happens to the people in Cuba or the people that fled Cuba? A lot of questions. It's not as easy as it sounds." Montoya, 29, was born in ...

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