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A COOL CAT
One of the best parts of All-Star Weekend is seeing our favorite players off the ice. At opening night of the 2020 festivities, Jonathan Huberdeau showed up looking like quite the cool cat.
A CROWD-SOURCED STICK
This young man couldn’t quite reach over the glass to retrieve a game-used stick from Jonathan Huberdeau on his own but luckily he had some help. It was a thrilling moment for a crowd that had already ...
A TRUE ALLY
You can always count on Stanley C. Panther to steal the show. During Pride Night 2020, the loveable mascot did just that when he descended from the rafters decked out in gear to show his support for L ...
ANOTHER FIRST FOR NO. 1
On March 7, 2020, Roberto Luongo became the first player in Panthers history to have his jersey number retired. While the Panthers have had many great players over the years, former Panthers President ...
It’s common knowledge across the NHL that Keith Yandle is a funny guy. He was even voted “funniest player” in the NHLPA Player Poll in both 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. When Yandle’s former Arizona Coyote ...
BOB’S SECOND PANTHERS MASK
Sergei Bobrovsky’s second mask in his first season with the Panthers continued the netminder’s usual brick-wall theme, this time with the team’s official logo right on top. And in case there was any c ...
Sergei Bobrovsky was one of the most exciting Panthers acquisitions of the 2019 offseason. Bob arrived in South Florida with 9 seasons of proven success, posting a 255-153-37 record with 33 shutouts a ...
BOBBING FOR MILESTONES
On February 10, 2020, Sergei Bobrovsky minded the net for the 500th time in his career. The veteran was then just the 75th goaltender in NHL history to reach the 500-game milestone (Semyon Varlamov wo ...
BOBROVSKY THE BRICK WALL
In less than a full season guarding the net for the Cats, Sergei Bobrovsky debuted three different custom masks. Like the other two masks that came before it, the details of this look from February 20 ...
BREAKING FRONT OFFICE BARRIERS
Prior to the 2020-2021 season, the Panthers made history by naming Brett Peterson their new assistant general manager. The hire made the former player and agent the first Black assistant GM in NHL his ...