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"2000-2001 season" - 16 Total Result(s)
CHECK OUT KIDD’S CHECKERBOARD
Trevor Kidd loves checkerboard patterns. The goalie utilized these design elements in various colors on his pads throughout his career, including his three season with the Panthers from 1999-2002. Ext ...
NO KIDD-ING HE’S A PANTHER
Trevor Kidd brought all of his signature looks with him when he joined the Cats in 1999. This shot from the netminder’s second full season with the team features his unique checkerboard pads and skull ...
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 beco ...
SEASON IN REVIEW CELEBRATES BURE, 2000-2001
When Pavel Bure was hot, he was a goal-scoring machine. A Panthers publication celebrated Bure’s production in the 2000-2001 season, when he led the league with 59 goals. It was the Russian Rocket’s s ...
AUTOGRAPHED GROWL WITH BURE BROTHERS, 2000
Double Bures! The Growl gameday program for November 10, 2000, featured both Pavel Bure of the Panthers and Valeri Bure of the Calgary Flames, who were playing against each other that day. Both Bure b ...
FIRST PANTHERS TICKET OF THE 2000s
The first season of the new millennium was heralded with this futuristic ticket to the Opening Night game against the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks won 4-3.
BURE FACES OLD TEAM, 2000
In an exciting 2000-2001 season opener, Panthers star Pavel Bure squared off against his former team for the first time. The Real Yellow Pages program detailed the matchup between the Panthers and Van ...
BURE BROTHERS ON PANTHERS PUB, 2000
Pavel Bure and his brother Valeri were at the top of their games in 2000. At the time, they played for opposing teams, Pavel with the Panthers and Valeri with the Calgary Flames. The brothers would pl ...
ROOKIE NILSON ON PANTHERS PUB, 2000
Swedish-born rookie Marcus Nilson began his NHL career with the Panthers and during six seasons with the team he racked up 48 goals and 78 assists as a left winger.
LAUS “THE ENFORCER” ON 2000 PUB COVER
Paul Laus was the first Panther to fill the informal role of “enforcer,” and his intensity on the ice quickly made him a fan favorite.