He’s the kind of guy many South Floridians seek out — and one hockey players want to avoid. Gregory Albert: a plastic surgeon by day taking care of tummy tucks, breast implants, and face-lifts; by night, one of the doctors on the Florida Panthers medical team.
Forty-one nights a season, Albert rushes over from his office in Delray Beach to the BB&T Center in Sunrise, where the Panthers play. He’s there for every home game and usually takes seat No. 13 on the fourth row to the left of the Panthers’ bench. He watches all of the action up close and is ready to switch to doctor mode should pucks start flying, sticks go swinging or brawls erupt