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VOKOUN’S FIRST PANTHERS MASK
Take a look at Tomas Vokoun’s first mask with the Panthers. The custom design featured leaping panthers with menacing red eyes on either side of the netminder’s head. The dark blue background went wel ...
TOMAS VOKOUN’S CONSISTENCY
Here’s a side-view of Tomas Vokoun’s first mask with the Panthers. The leaping panther design on the side of his head would become a standard look for the goalie throughout his entire tenure with the ...
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 ...
TREVOR KIDD, FLORIDA MAN
Here’s a rare look at Trevor Kidd in 2001 without his trademark checkerboard pads. The goalie still showed off his style with colors that perfectly matched across his pads, mask, gloves and stick. The ...
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 ...
Much of the artwork on this Jamie McLennan mask is self-explanatory, but other elements have been left up to interpretation. The journeyman goalie spent only the 2005-2006 season with Florida, but tha ...
VERNON BLOCKS 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 ...
ANDERSON REALLY LOVES CORVETTES
Craig Anderson loves to show off his passion for Corvettes. Can you spot the references to the legendary car in this mask from 2009?
INSIDE THE MOUTH OF A PANTHER
In just his first season with the Cats, Scott Clemmensen settled on a look that he would stick with for the next five seasons. The design was simple, making it look like Clemmensen’s face was inside t ...