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77th SHUTOUT: BOOK IT!
Keith Yandle congratulated Roberto Luongo with a big hug as the star goalie continued to rewrite NHL record books with his 77th shutout. On December 4, 2018, Luongo made 32 saves to blank the Boston Bruins 5-0 at home, passing Hall of Famers Ed Belfour and Tony Esposito to sit in sole possession of the […]
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A NIGHT OUT FOR THE CATS
One of the selling points for attending the annual Florida Panthers Cats & Cocktails fundraiser is a chance to meet and mingle with famous Panthers. Yet fans aren’t the only ones excited to see a Cat off the ice. As Derek MacKenzie explained at the event in 2018, in addition to raising funds for a […]
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BEST GOALIE OF 2004 ON PANTHERS PUB COVER
Roberto Luongo is pictured making one of the 2,303 saves he recorded in the 2003-2004 season — best in the NHL that year.
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BETWEEN THE PIPES, 2017
Roberto Luongo stood tall in the Panthers goal for a game against the Chicago Blackhawks on November 25, 2017.
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BONDING AT ALL LEVELS OF THE ORGANIZATION
Even Stanley C. Panther came along for the special 2016 trip to West Point. After all, the team’s military-inspired winning culture that owner Vincent Viola has worked to establish includes everyone from top to bottom of the organization, including the mascot.
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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 […]
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EVEN LEGENDS GET NERVOUS
Roberto Luongo’s first career trip to All-Star Weekend got off to a great start. The netminder won the goaltending portion of the 2004 Super Skills Competition, stopping an incredible 11 of 12 shots he faced against the best skaters in the league. Luongo looked cool as a cucumber in the net, but “I couldn’t believe […]
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HIGH-FIVE CLUB GIVES LUONGO A HAND, 2017
A line of eager Panthers fans reached out to Roberto Luongo in the tunnel before a game against the San Jose Sharks on December 1, 2017.
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JOHN VANBIESBROUCK SKATES, 1997
The 1997-1998 season was John Vanbiesbrouck’s fifth and final year with the Panthers. He tallied 106 wins with Florida, placing him just behind Roberto Luongo for the most wins in team history.
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JUST THE BEGINNING FOR LUONGO
Roberto Luongo was just 21 years old when he first took the ice for the Panthers. When he graced this cover of Growl in his first season on the team, do you think anyone knew what a star he would become?
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