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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 ...
MOLLER SAYS: A HUGE PAIR, 2010
At 10:28 in the 1st period, the whole world knew: Cory Stillman had a huge pair…of goals. Listen to Randy Moller go into a frenzy during a 5-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. The night didn’t ju ...
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: 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: PANTS ON THE GROUND, 2010
Shawn Matthias was responsible for both Panthers goals in a 2-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens on January 26, 2010. As Randy Moller noted with a lively playcall, Matthias nailed a penalty shot in the ...
MOLLER SAYS: THROUGH STUBVILLE, 2010
A hat trick for Dvorak! In a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on January 3, 2010, Randy Moller called three Radek Dvorak goals, including a short-handed empty netter. The Panthers won, 6-2.
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.
MOLLER SAYS: WINNER CHICKEN DINNER, 2010
Last stand heroics! Cory Stillman led the charge for a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Wild that also happened to be the 500th victory in franchise history. Stillman scored a third period goal to tie the g ...
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 ...