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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 ...
REACHING OUT TO EVERY FAN
Unfortunately, not every Panthers fan is able to make it to games in person. The team participates in community outreach events like hospital visits so fans like this young woman can still have a smil ...
THE SHIRT OFF JAY’S BACK
The Florida Panthers Foundation used to host an annual “Shirts Off Our Backs” auction. Fans bid on game-worn jerseys during the first two periods of play and at the end of the game, winners stepped on ...
GIVE ME A P! GIVE ME AN A!
Now these fans have spirit! All they need is a cheer. Can you come up with a clever chant to go along with the red and gold pom poms?
These signs have a simple message that can be used in a variety of circumstances. If the Panthers score, they’re perfect for celebrating. And if it’s been a while since a Cat has gotten one in the net ...
MEETING FANS IN THE COMMUNITY
The Florida Panthers don’t just interact with fans at games. The team values going out into the community to say hello to current fans and make a few new ones along the way. In 2001, Peter Worrell pro ...
MAKING HISTORY IN THE CARIBBEAN
In 2006, the NHL’s southern-most team headed even farther south — all the way to Puerto Rico! — for a preseason faceoff against the New York Rangers. The Cats were proud to be part of the historic mat ...
MOLLER SAYS: WHERE MRS. KEEPS THE PB, 2008
Where was Ville Peltonen’s 2nd-period goal in the 5-3 win over the Washington Capitals? Top shelf! What else is top shelf? The peanut butter! Who keeps it there? Mrs. Moller! Enjoy one of Randy’s most ...
MOLLER SAYS: I’M A SCIENTIST, 2010
Jordan Leopold got the Cats on the board first in a 2010 matchup with the Islanders with a shot so perfect it looked scientifically placed.
MOLLER SAYS: EARMUFFS, 2009
Blowing out a team 6-1 in their home stadium? That’s cold. So cold, in fact, that Randy Moller asked for earmuffs after Michael Frolik scored the sixth Panthers goal of the night against the Pittsburg ...