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"1994-1995 season" - 6 Total Result(s)
MELLANBY LEADS OUT OF THE GATE
Scott Mellanby took an early leadership role for the franchise, attending hockey clinics and meet-and-greets with South Floridians, many of whom had never seen a hockey game in their lives. “This is a ...
BEEZER WITHOUT THE HELMET
The Panthers really wanted John Vanbiesbrouck, and “Beezer” didn’t disappoint. During the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft, the Panthers snagged Vanbiesbrouck in the first overall pick. Vanbiesbrouck would be ...
TICKET TO A GAME THAT NEVER HAPPENED, 1994
The Panthers planned to open the 1994-1995 season on October 6, 1994, against the Philadelphia Flyers, but the lockout that year delayed the start of play until January 1995.
RANDY MOLLER’S BEAT-UP SKATES, 1994-1995
Your very own favorite on-air talent, Randy Moller, wore these skates while he was playing for the Panthers in his final NHL season. The cross-hatch stitching on the sides was an equipment manager’s m ...
“CAPTAIN CRUNCH” SKRUDLAND IN PANTHERS PUB
Captain Brian Skrudland was always a clutch performer on the ice. He led the young Panthers team to early successes, including a memorable playoff run to end the 1995-1996 season.
JOHAN GARPENLOV SIGNED STICK, 1990s
Johan Garpenlov certainly hit the ground running when he joined the Panthers in 1994. In his first full season, he recorded 51 points, fourth-best on the team.