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Brian Campbell’s fourth-career trip to All-Star Weekend included a chance to show off a special skill: skating backward really fast. Campbell clocked in at 14.826 seconds in the first round of the 201 ...
CAMPBELL’S FANTASY DRAFT
Building the teams for the 2012 NHL All-Star Game was a multi-step process. First, fans decided which NHL stars competed in the game. From there, the players voted for two team captains. The captains ...
BRIAN CAMPBELL PLAYS HARD
The NHL All-Star Game is known for being a high-scoring affair where players prioritize fun over defense and physicality. Still, at the 2012 game Panthers defenseman Brian Campbell impressed on the ic ...
This Scott Clemmensen mask continued what had become his standard design with the Panthers. This time, however, he updated the colors, making the panther’s face red and increasing the brightness of th ...
The blue-faced panther mask was Scott Clemmensen’s alternate mask for the 2011-2012 season. It was the exact same as the season’s primary mask except for the colors. Clemmensen wore this look with the ...
THEODORE’S GARGOYLES MOVE TO FLORIDA
Jose Theodore’s tiki-themed gargoyle mask featured many Floridian touches, like a palm tree above his forehead. The design by Dave Gunnarsson made Theodore’s trademark gargoyles fit perfectly with the ...
TIKI TIME FOR JOSE THEODORE
Jose Theodore has featured gargoyles on his masks since the beginning of his career. In 2012, Theodore had artist Dave Gunnarsson give the motif a Floridian twist with tiki-themed gargoyles.
BRIAN CAMPBELL’S SKILLS
Brian Campbell has lots of skills, including being a gentlemen. At the 2012 NHL All-Star Game, the defenseman competed in the Fastest Skating competition. He didn’t win the race, but Campbell finished ...
30 FOR 30, 2012
The Devils launched 30 shots at Panthers goalie Jose Theodore in Game 5, and he knocked them all down. The Cats won the game 3-0 as the veteran netminder earned his 11th win and 2nd shutout of his pla ...
UPSHALL’S GOT UPS, 2012
Scottie Upshall jumped for joy after scoring a third period goal that put the Panthers up 2-0 in Game 5 of the 2012 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. It was Upshall’s first goal of the series (he woul ...