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Does this Roberto Luongo mask from the 2017-2018 season look familiar? The goalie debuted almost the exact same mask the year before, but this time he went for a white helmet instead of a navy one. Wh ...
James Reimer worked with artist Dave Gunnarsson to design this mask for the 2017-2018 season. Titled “Optimus Reim a.k.a. The Power Panther 2.0,” the mask featured a panther transforming into a roboti ...
OPTIMUS REIMER, 2017
James Reimer loves to reference his “Optimus Reim” nickname in his custom masks. This design was inspired by the Transformer, Optimus Prime, with a special Panthers twist that is definitely more than ...
REIMER THE TRANSFORMER
James Reimer’s mask made him look like he’s perpetually starring in an action movie — perfect for his “Optimus Reim” nickname. Can you tell which parts of the design were inspired by the Transformer O ...
JAMES REIMER SAYS STAY OPTIMUS
This James Reimer mask provides inspiration for all parts of life, but especially goaltending. As this quotation illustrates, Optimus Reim knows how to stay optimistic!
SATERI’S SUNNY MASK
Harri Sateri designed this mask with artist David Gunnarsson, who explained that the art referenced the Florida Panthers “in every detail down to the golden sparkling palm trees” on the chin guard. Al ...
GOING OUT ON TOP, 2016-2018
On October 9, 2016, Derek MacKenzie became the 9th Panthers captain in history. The center concluded an impressive 16-year NHL career with five seasons in South Florida. He spent two of those seasons ...
NO. 1 HEADS IN TO WORK
Dressed to impress, Roberto Luongo walked through the offices of BB&T Center on October 7, 2017. That night, the Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated “Unite for Florida,” a recognition of Flori ...
LOOK AT THAT GRIN
Robert Luongo shot a grin before the Panthers season opener on October 6, 2017. The goalie was not only an NHL record-breaker, but also a comedian. His social media accounts have become renowned for h ...
It’s not often that a player achieves separate franchise and NHL milestones in the same night, but that’s what Roberto Luongo did on November 7, 2017. In a 3-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on the r ...