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PLAYER, COACH & INSPIRATION
Throughout his seven-year NHL career, Peter Worrell was an inspiration to Black fans and players. As one of only a handful of Black players in the league, the enforcer was no stranger to racism. But h ...
KIDDER GOT SCRATCHED
This was Trevor Kidd’s first mask worn with the Panthers. The look continued Kidd’s trademark of a skull on top of his helmet, but this time the entire mask looked like it had been scratched by giant ...
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 ...
VERNON STOPS A SHOT IN STYLE
Goalie Mike Vernon chose a simple but effective mask during his season in Florida. Seen here during the 2000 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, Vernon’s mask featured an almost exact replica of the pan ...
Mike Vernon stopped 124 out of 136 shots during the series against the Devils, an impressive stat against the team that would go on to win the season’s Stanley Cup. This save came in Game 3 of the 200 ...
CAN’T PASS THE MIKES, 2000
The New Jersey Devils eventually won the 2000 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals v. the Panthers, but the Cats didn’t let the Devils win easily. Boby Holik of the Devils made four shots on the goal duri ...
TEAM LEADERS, 2000
Do you remember these Panther faces? Pavel Bure and Ray Whitney led the 1999-2000 Panthers in points with 94 and 71, respectively. It was also Bure who led the team in the playoffs, earning four point ...
PLAYING HARD, 2000
Game 2 of the 2000 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals was a close one, tied 1-1 until the 3rd period. Though the Cats ultimately lost 2-1, the team fought hard and racked up 8 trips to the penalty box.
LET ‘EM LAUS, 2000
Paul Laus took his role as the team enforcer seriously. Here he is earning a 1st-period penalty for roughing in Game 3 of the 2000 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. Laus spent 172 minutes of the 1999- ...
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 ...