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"1995-1996 season" - 66 Total Result(s)
1996 CONFERENCE POSTER… OR BRAGGING RIGHTS?
How many of you had this poster on your walls? One of the unsung benefits of winning your conference’s championship is being able to smugly augment your wall décor.
1996 EASTERN CONFERENCE COKE BOTTLES
Panthers fans celebrated the 1996 Eastern Conference Championship with a six-pack of specially-branded, collectible glass bottles.
ANNIVERSARY YEAR OF THE RAT FIGURE
Starting with Scott Mellanby’s Rat Trick at the 1995 home opener and ending with an appearance in the 1996 Stanley Cup Final, the Year of the Rat proved to be a successful season for the Panthers. Dur ...
AUTHENTIC GOAL RAT TAG, 1996
This rat was official! Panthers fans secured Year of the Rat tags onto plastic rats during the 1996 Stanley Cup run to celebrate the season’s theme.
AUTOGRAPHED OPENING NIGHT 1995 POSTER
Did the Panthers know that Opening Night 1995 would go down in team history? Players and owner H. Wayne Huizenga signed a poster commemorating the game, where Scott Mellanby’s Rat Trick was the highli ...
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 ...
BILL LINDSAY GAME-USED STICK
Bill Lindsay came to the Panthers in the expansion draft and spent seven seasons with the team. During the memorable 1995-1996 season Lindsay earned a career-high 34 points and he went on to play a ke ...
BILL LINDSAY IN ACTION, 1996
The Quarterfinal series against the Boston Bruins was hard-fought, but the Panthers won it in five games, the first step on their exciting playoffs journey in 1996.
BILL LINDSAY’S MODIFIED SOCKS, 1995-1996
Socks are officially part of the NHL uniform to cover shin guards and, as such, are some of the most colorful pieces of hockey equipment. When Bill Lindsay played in the 1990s, most socks were one-siz ...
CELEBRATING PLAYOFF SUCCESS, 1996
The 1996 playoff run was cause for Panthers celebration on and off the ice.