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A PUCK WORTHY OF 3 ALL-STARS, 2000
Pavel Bure, Viktor Kozlov and Ray Whitney were all selected for the 50th NHL All-Star Game in 2000, the first time three Panthers players had been selected. During the game, Pavel Bure and his brother Valeri Bure (a future Panther) combined for six points, leading the World All-Stars to their first All-Star Game victory over […]
AUTOGRAPHED GROWL WITH BURE BROTHERS, 2000
Double Bures! The Growl gameday program for November 10, 2000, featured both Pavel Bure of the Panthers and Valeri Bure of the Calgary Flames, who were playing against each other that day. Both Bure brothers scored goals — Pavel recorded 2 goals, in fact — and the game ended in a 3-3 draw.
BURE AS NEW PANTHER ON 1999 PUB COVER
Following an epic trade with the Vancouver Canucks in 1999, Pavel Bure (often known as the Russian Rocket) thrust onto the scene in Florida, scoring 13 goals in 11 games.
BURE BROTHERS ON PANTHERS PUB, 2000
Pavel Bure and his brother Valeri were at the top of their games in 2000. At the time, they played for opposing teams, Pavel with the Panthers and Valeri with the Calgary Flames. The brothers would play together for the Panthers during the 2001-2002 season.
BURE FACES OLD TEAM, 2000
In an exciting 2000-2001 season opener, Panthers star Pavel Bure squared off against his former team for the first time. The Real Yellow Pages program detailed the matchup between the Panthers and Vancouver Canucks, with whom Bure spent his first seven seasons. Although Bure recorded 1 goal and 1 assist, the Panthers lost the game, […]
BURE MAKES BIG IMPACT IN FLORIDA, 1999
Even though his 1998-1999 season was short, Panthers fans warmly welcomed Pavel Bure to South Florida. The Russian Rocket responded with 16 points in 11 games.
BURE’S DEBUT ON PUB COVER, 1999
Pavel Bure came to the Panthers in a blockbuster trade with the Vancouver Canucks in January 1999. The future Hall-of-Famer made his home ice debut that month at the National Car Rental Center (currently BB&T Center) and went on to lead the team in many offensive categories for the next four years.
CLEANING UP NICELY
It’s hard to think of two more recognizable Panther faces than Pavel Bure and Stanley C. Panther himself. Here’s the Russian Rocket fulfilling his captain’s duties waiting Stanley’s table.
EKBLAD MAKES HISTORY
Aaron Ekblad’s selection for the 2016 All-Star Game secured his place in franchise history. The 19-year-old became just one of six Panthers ever selected for consecutive All-Star Games, the others being John Vanbiesbrouck, Viktor Kozlov, Pavel Bure, Sandis Ozolinsh and Roberto Luongo. Out of all the amazing names on that list, Ekblad was the first […]
HOFFMAN’S THE MAN!
Mike Hoffman beat Pavel Bure’s franchise-record 13-game point streak when he set a 17-game streak between October 13 and November 21, 2018. It was just the forward’s first year on the team. What a start!