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THE FIRST CAPTAIN, 1993-1997
Brian Skrudland was a gritty, 30-year-old veteran when he was named the first Florida Panthers captain. He was the perfect person to lead the new team during its early years, including the epic 1996 s ...
SIGNED SKRUDLAND BREAKAWAY PROGRAM, 1994
The Panthers selected Brian Skrudland during the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft, and he became the first captain in franchise history. In four seasons with the Panthers, Skrudland recorded 99 points.
1st CATS CAPTAIN ON 1st SEASON PUB COVER
Team captain Brian Skrudland led the Panthers from 1993 to 1997, including the glorious trip to the Stanley Cup Final in 1996.
“CAPTAIN CRUNCH” SKRUDLAND IN PANTHERS PUB
Captain Brian Skrudland was always a clutch performer on the ice. He led the young Panthers team to early successes, including a memorable playoff run to end the 1995-1996 season.
ED JOVANOVSKI’S GAME-USED STICK, 1996-1997
Ed Jovanovski got his start with the Florida Panthers in 1995 just as veterans like Brian Skrudland, John Vanbiesbrouck and Scott Mellanby were turning the team into a powerhouse. “Jovo” used this two ...
A SKRUDLAND STICK FROM A SPECIAL SEASON
Brian Skrudland, captain of the Panthers from 1993-1997, oversaw the team’s most successful runs through the playoffs. He was instrumental in rallying the Panthers after the 1996 Stanley Cup Final los ...
GAME-WORN GLOVES FROM NO. 20
Several players have worn no. 20 for the Panthers over the years, but the most prominent was Brian Skrudland. He tallied 99 points for the team between 1993 and 1997, plus 4 more points in the 1996 pl ...
BRIAN SKRUDLAND PRACTICE-WORN JERSEY, 1990s
Brian Skrudland, sometimes called “Skruuuuuuud!” by delighted fans, wore this jersey during practice sessions with the Panthers sometime between 1993 and 1997. The veteran already had 10 NHL seasons u ...
BRIAN SKRUDLAND AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY
Brian Skrudland was the first Panthers captain (1993-1997) and holds a special place in the hearts of fans. Skrudland’s work ethic, John Vanbiesbrouck’s outstanding goaltending and Scott Mellanby’s “R ...