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"2001-2002 season" - 16 Total Result(s)
Sandis Ozolinsh’s 6th career trip to All-Star Weekend included many notable moments. The defenseman helped the World team defeat North America 8-5 in the main event, he was on the winning team in the ...
Sandis Ozolins had plenty to smile about at the 2002 NHL All-Star Game. The defenseman was the lone Panthers representative in his 6th All-Star selection. Ozolinsh also contributed an assist to the Wo ...
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 ...
LUONGO THE PINK PANTHER
Roberto Luongo was known for wearing a “Pink Panther”-themed mask throughout his career with the Cats. This 2002 version was the first, featuring the classic animated character looking cool while surr ...
PAUL & PAVEL, 2001-2002
The 2001-2002 Panthers were led by co-captains Paul Laus and Pavel Bure. Laus took the title for his 9th and final year in the NHL, all spent with the Panthers. In four different seasons the fiery Lau ...
PAVEL & PAUL, 2001-2002
Pavel Bure shared co-captain duties with Paul Laus during both of their final years with the team. The speedy Russian Rocket was one of the greatest Panthers – and NHL players — in history. He was a n ...
TICKET TO OPENING NIGHT, 2001
The Panthers opened the 2001-2002 with a 3-0 loss to the New York Islanders. Right winger Pavel Bure’s sparkling play was the highlight of the season.
JOKINEN GLARES AT OPPONENTS ON 2002 PUB
Olli Jokinen joined the Panthers in 2000 and spent seven stand-out seasons in Florida. He remains the franchise leader in goals, shots and goals created, among other offensive categories.
WORRELL GRINS ON 2002 PANTHERS PUB COVER
Peter Worrell was a Panther from 1997 to 2006. He played 342 games during his six seasons. He was a fierce competitor who set a franchise record for the most penalty minutes in a season in 2001-2002.
SVEHLA’S LAST PANTHERS SEASON ON PUB, 2002
The 2001-2002 season was Robert Svehla’s last with the Panthers. After breaking into the league with Florida in 1994, the defenseman played 573 games with the team, notching 290 points.