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"2010-2011 season" - 10 Total Result(s)
RETIRING NO. 93
The Panthers would never have come together if not for the efforts of Bill Torrey, longtime NHL legend and the first president of the franchise. Torrey laid the foundation not just for the thrilling S ...
THE FIRST RETIRED NUMBER
On October 23, 2010, the first Panthers retired number was raised to the rafters. Whose number was it, you ask? In fact, it belonged to someone who never technically had a number: Bill Torrey, the Cat ...
THE LONE CAT
Evgenii Dadonov was the lone Panthers representative at the 2011 All-Star Weekend. The rookie was selected to compete in the Superskills Competition with Team Lidstrom after appearing in just 14 games ...
UPDATING VOKOUN’S LOOK
Tomas Vokoun debuted this mask with the start of the 2009-2010 season. It was his first new mask since he had joined the team in 2007. The look retained a lot of the same design elements of the previo ...
CZECH OUT VOKOUN’S MASK
Tomas Vokoun wore this mask on Hockey Fights Cancer night during the 2010 season. Every goalie in the NHL wore this special sticker to mark the occasion. This close-up displays a detail that was not s ...
VOKOUN’S SECOND PANTHERS MASK
Every Tomas Vokoun mask during his tenure with the Cats featured leaping panthers on the side of his head. This version—Vokoun’s second with the team—looked more menacing than the first. The goalie al ...
VOKOUN’S LAST LEAPING PANTHER
This was the last mask Tomas Vokoun wore with the Panthers. He debuted it halfway through the 2010-2011 season. The look was similar to Vokoun’s previous helmets, but artist Frank Cipra updated the le ...
McCABE JUST WON’T QUIT
Bryan McCabe wore the captain’s C from 2009-2011, providing the club with key veteran leadership. Though he ended his career on the ice with the New York Rangers, McCabe would spend his post-playing d ...
MOLLER SAYS: LITTLE PINK HOUSE FOR YOU, 2010
Randy Moller enthusiastically called Radek Dvorak’s game-winning goal in a 4-3 victory over the New York Islanders on October 23, 2010. As a Panther, Dvorak notched 14 game-winning goals.
MOLLER SAYS: WE’VE LANDED ON THE MOON, 2010
David Booth scored the first Panthers goal in 7-4 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on November 5, 2010. Randy Moller called goals scored by six different Panthers during the game.