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BATTLE-TESTED GOALIE SKATES
The goalie who laced up these skates was in the thick of game action, as evidenced by their scuff marks and wear.
Fans enthusiastically tossed plastic critters onto the ice to celebrate the Year of the Rat’s postseason success. This rat made a stance against no. 88. Could that be Philadelphia Flyers captain Eric ...
ONE-OF-A-KIND VICTORY RAT IS TICKLED PINK
Plastic victory rats came in all shapes and sizes, but a pink rat with a purple mullet was sure to stand out on the ice.
SIGNED JERSEY FROM THE KING OF THE RAT
After nailing the Rat Trick and leading Florida to the 1996 Stanley Cup Final, the Panthers named Scott Mellanby team captain in 1997. He remained in the role until 2001.
VALERI BURE RAT, 2000s
Valeri Bure put up 89 points in 132 games as a Panther. That production was recognized with a victory rat sporting a hand-painted no. 8 jersey.
TODD BERTUZZI RAT, 2000s
Todd Bertuzzi’s time as a Panther was brief. Yet his 7 points in as many games must have made a strong impression on the fan who painted this rat with his no. 44.
RAY SHEPPARD RAT
He’s worthy of a rat! Ray Sheppard notched 5 hat tricks as a Panther, second only to Pavel Bure (10). Rats wearing his no. 26 would pair nicely with hats on the ice after a Sheppard trifecta.
AUTOGRAPH FROM FATHER OF “THE GOAL”
Bill Lindsay was part of the inaugural team after the Panthers selected him in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft. He played over 500 games as a Panther, but he’s most remembered for a dramatic come-from-be ...
AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY FROM A TOUGH PLAYER
Ed Jovanovski was known for his tough, productive play throughout seven seasons in South Florida. He racked up 619 penalty minutes as a Panther, more than 10 hours of his life in the box!
VALERI BURE BOBBLEHEAD, 2000s
The Panthers welcomed a second Bure brother during the early 2000s. In 132 games with the franchise, Valeri Bure notched 89 points.