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TROCHECK TREATED TO HIS OWN CANDY, 2017
In a partnership between the Panthers and IT’SUGAR, Vincent Trocheck released a brand of his favorite gummi and sour candy, appropriately named Trochex Mix. The sweet treat was sold at BB&T Center dur ...
BETWEEN THE PIPES, 2017
Roberto Luongo stood tall in the Panthers goal for a game against the Chicago Blackhawks on November 25, 2017.
LUONGO KICKS OFF A SEASON OF SAVES, 2017
Roberto Luongo was ready for the 2017-2018 home opener against the Tampa Bay Lightning at BB&T Center. The Panthers won, 5-4. Luongo posted a .929 save percentage that season, good for second-best in ...
LUONGO REACHES 1,000TH GAME MARK, 2018
Roberto Luongo joined elite company on April 5, 2018, as one of only three goaltenders (Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy) in NHL history with 1,000 games. The Panthers defeated the Boston Bruins, 3-2. Luon ...
TICKET TO OPENING NIGHT, 2001
The Panthers opened the 2001-2002 with a 3-0 loss to the New York Islanders. Right winger Pavel Bure’s sparkling play was the highlight of the season.
1st TICKET FOR NEW CATS HOME, 1998
The Panthers opened their new arena in 1998 with an exhibition game against the Boston Bruins. At the time the new arena, now called BB&T Center, was named the National Car Rental Center.
1st REGULAR SEASON TICKET IN NEW ARENA, 1998
In their first regular-season game at the National Car Rental Center (now BB&T Center), the Panthers defeated their cross-state rivals, the Tampa Bay Lightning, by a score of 4-1. Viktor Kozlov and Ma ...
DIE-CUT TICKET TO OPENING NIGHT, 1999
Opening Night in 1999 saw the Panthers defeat the Washington Capitals 4-3. The Panthers would finish the year in second place in the Southeast Division, earning another trip to the playoffs.
FIRST PANTHERS TICKET OF THE 2000s
The first season of the new millennium was heralded with this futuristic ticket to the Opening Night game against the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks won 4-3.
A SUMMER CATS CELLY, 2017
Youth players celebrated on the floorball rink during the second annual Summer Cats program in 2017. The Panthers partnered with local Boys & Girls Clubs in hosting over 500 kids for hockey education ...