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How many of you have worn one of these while screaming for the Cats? Olli Jokinen put his John Hancock on this retail jersey, similar to the one he wore during the 2007-2008 season. Jokinen captained ...
LAMMIKKO JERSEY FROM FINLAND, 2018
Juho Lammikko, no. 91, suited up in a custom jersey for the Panthers in the NHL Global Series in November 2018, playing against the Winnipeg Jets in his native Finland. The 22-year-old winger played i ...
SIGNED JERSEY FROM THE KING OF THE RAT
After nailing the Rat Trick and leading Florida to the 1996 Stanley Cup Final, the Panthers named Scott Mellanby team captain in 1997. He remained in the role until 2001.
AUTOGRAPHED OPENING NIGHT 1995 POSTER
Did the Panthers know that Opening Night 1995 would go down in team history? Players and owner H. Wayne Huizenga signed a poster commemorating the game, where Scott Mellanby’s Rat Trick was the highli ...
AUTOGRAPH FROM FATHER OF “THE GOAL”
Bill Lindsay was part of the inaugural team after the Panthers selected him in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft. He played over 500 games as a Panther, but he’s most remembered for a dramatic come-from-be ...
SIGNED JERSEY FROM AN ORIGINAL PANTHER
The Panthers picked Tom Fitzgerald in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft, and the winger got right to work. During the inaugural season, Fitzgerald posted career-highs in goals (18) and games played (83).
AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY FROM A TOUGH PLAYER
Ed Jovanovski was known for his tough, productive play throughout seven seasons in South Florida. He racked up 619 penalty minutes as a Panther, more than 10 hours of his life in the box!
AUTOGRAPHED ED JOVANOVSKI PATCH
Ed Jovanovski wore no. 55 in seven seasons with the Panthers, split between the start and the end of his career. During his second stint in Florida, Jovanovski also wore the C patch from 2012 to 2014.
AUTOGRAPHED PANTHERS TRASH CAN, 2010s
Talk about some valuable trash! Twenty-one Panthers autographed a metal waste can.
BURE MAKES BIG IMPACT IN FLORIDA, 1999
Even though his 1998-1999 season was short, Panthers fans warmly welcomed Pavel Bure to South Florida. The Russian Rocket responded with 16 points in 11 games.