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A FITTING TRIBUTE
At a home game against the Las Vegas Golden Knights on Jan. 19, 2018, the Panthers formally retired a jersey for H. Wayne Huizenga, the team’s founder and first owner. The businessman, born in 1937, w ...
A SPECIAL RETIREMENT
On Jan. 19, 2018, H. Wayne Huizenga’s no. 37 jersey was sent to the rafters of BB&T Center when the Panthers honored their founder and original owner. The Panthers chose no. 37 for the businessman bec ...
RAISE IT UP FOR THE FOUNDERS
Nearly a quarter-century after the Florida Panthers were born, Bill Torrey (center) stood by as the Panthers raised a retired jersey to the rafters in honor of their founder and original owner, H. Way ...
At the 2018 Paint the Ice event, Panthers season ticket holders had the chance to add some artistic flair to the BB&T Center ice. Stanley C. Panther was there to add his own creative touch and, of cou ...
SALUTING OUR HEROES
Panthers fans come from all walks of life. Some are even heroes! Since 2013, the team has held an annual Military Appreciation Night to honor veterans and active military personnel. Fans like this gen ...
A FAN’S PRIORITIES
This resourceful young fan put together a sign that spoke to his two main loves: the Panthers and his mom. Every game at BB&T Center features tons of incredible fan-made signs, but this one has got to ...
The day before Thanksgiving in 2017, this family headed over to BB&T to celebrate some of what they were thankful for that year: the Panthers. The team reciprocated the gratitude with a 2-1 win over t ...
A SEA OF B’S
Bjugstad, Bure, Bouwmeester, the list goes on and on! How many more Panthers with “B” names can you think of?
SO CLOSE, YET SO FAR
How sweet is this young man? So close, yet so far from his hero thanks to a wall of glass. Judging by the signatures on his jersey, though, the glass hasn’t always stopped him from meeting his favorit ...
AN UNFORGETTABLE BIRTHDAY
Man oh man, did this young fan have a great birthday! Not only did he attend his first-ever hockey game, he got to see the Panthers defeat the Flyers, 3-2, and meet Stanley C. Panther. Now that’s wort ...