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MCLEAN’S FIRST NEW MASK IN YEARS
Goaltender Kirk McLean was famously thrifty with his masks. During his entire 10-year tenure with the Vancouver Canucks, McLean used only four different masks. Even during his brief stint with the Car ...
KING OF THE RAT TRICK
Scott Mellanby served as the second team captain in Panthers history, but that is just one of the reasons why he has a starring role in Panthers history books. The right winger scored the first goal i ...
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.
PRAISING PAVEL WITH A POSTER, 1999
South Florida was abuzz with excitement on January 27, 1999, for Pavel Bure’s first home game as a Panther. The Russian Rocket was already well-known for his point production, and he tallied an assist ...
DIE-CUT TICKET TO OPENING NIGHT, 1999
Opening Night in 1999 saw the Panthers defeat the Washington Capitals 4-3. The Panthers would finish the year in second place in the Southeast Division, earning another trip to the playoffs.
PANTHERS PROGRAM WITH YOUTHFUL JAGR, 1999
A November 20, 1999, program noted that Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Jaromir Jagr “has torched the Panthers over the years, as he has all NHL teams.” Jagr later brought his skills to South Florida, p ...
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 (curren ...
PUB PRAISES NIEDERMAYER’S RECOVERY, 1999
After helping the Panthers reach the Stanley Cup Final in 1996, injuries limited Rob Niedermayer’s playing time. By 1999, he had returned to the ice on a more regular basis, though he never regained t ...
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.
TWO OF FOUR CZECHS ON 1999 PUB COVER
Jaroslav Spacek and Radek Dvorak were two of four Czech players on the 1998-1999 Panthers team and between them spent twelve years with the team.