Well, maybe not if you're in South Florida, but that never stopped Stanley C. Panther.
Panthers fans, pat yourselves on the back for being the greatest!
It's almost impossible to pick a favorite Randy Moller playcall, but we'd like to see you try.
He never stops cheering for you and the Cats.
On Oct. 8, 2016, the Panthers traveled to West Point for a historic preseason match-up.
When it starts raining rats, you know it's a gonna be a good day.
Behind every net-minder's custom-painted mask is a story.
Competing safely while looking good -- that's the Florida way.
Hockey is for all ages! The special relationship between the Panthers and their young fans proves it.
Roberto Luongo, a longtime resident of Parkland, gave an impassioned speech in the first home game following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting.
Throughout his storied career, Roberto Luongo racked up wins season after season. He recorded his 485th career victory in 2019, making Luongo the third-winningest goalie in NHL history.
Soon after the NHL announced an expansion team in South Florida, hockey legend and Hall of Famer Bobby Clarke was named the new franchise's general manager.
Shawn Thornton, former Panthers player and now Senior Vice President, surprised Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School hockey players with a Stanley Cup appearance during a practice at BB&T Center.
Fans enthusiatically received Roberto Luongo in his first game since returning to the Panthers. He responded with a 2-0 shutout, the first for the team in nearly two years.
Nothing could take down Roberto Luongo. When he appeared in his 1,000th career game, Luongo became only the third goalie in NHL history to reach the battle-tested mark.
Jaromir Jagr wore this jersey during a historic 2015-2016 season, when he tied Gordie Howe at 1,850 career points for the no. 3 position on the NHL's all-time points list.
Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau were the first pair of 90-point players in franchise history -- an opposing goalie's worst nightmare.
Panthers fans have traditionally tossed rats on the ice to celebrate big victories, including the division-clinching game in 2012 that ended Florida's 12-year playoff drought.
Thousands of soon-to-be Panthers fans helped name the NHL's newest team in 1993, a nod to Florida's state animal.
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