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THE BOSTON GUY
As Hurricane Irma approached South Florida, the Panthers evacuated players, staff and their families to Boston. Here the team joined members of the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox to ...
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WATCH: YANDS PLAYS GAME NO. 600
In 2017, Keith Yandle played his 600th consecutive NHL game in the same place his Iron Man streak began almost 10 years earlier: Arizona. Yans has nothing but kind things to say about his time with th ...
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EKBLAD SETS THE TONE
In addition to donning rainbow stick tape during the annual Panthers Pride Night, Aaron Ekblad has appeared in ads for Nike’s BETRUE collection in support of equality. The defenseman explained that th ...
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SALUTING OUR HEROES
Panthers fans come from all walks of life. Some are even heroes! In 2013, the team launched its Heroes Among Us program to honor veterans and active military personnel at Panthers home games. Fans lik ...
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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 ...
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MUTUAL GRATITUDE
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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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HOME COURT ADVANTAGE
A packed house of 16,871 fans cheered on the Cats as they took on the Lightning during the 2017 home opener. A loud BB&T Center always gives the Panthers an advantage. It sure did on this night, as th ...
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DON’T GET IN HER WAY
At the 2017 home opener, the Panthers honored Sister Margaret Ann, better known as “the chainsaw nun,” as one of the team’s Hurricane Heroes. The principal of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School ...
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