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JUST THE BEGINNING
Roberto Luongo was just 21 years old when he first took the ice for the Panthers. When he graced this cover of Growl in his first season on the team, do you think anyone knew what a star he would beco ...
AUTOGRAPHED GROWL WITH BURE BROTHERS, 2000
Double Bures! The Growl gameday program for November 10, 2000, featured both Pavel Bure of the Panthers and Valeri Bure of the Calgary Flames, who were playing against each other that day. Both Bure b ...
BEST GOALIE OF 2004 ON PANTHERS PUB COVER
Roberto Luongo is pictured making one of the 2,303 saves he recorded in the 2003-2004 season — best in the NHL that year.
HUSELIUS RACKS UP POINTS ON 2004 PUB
Kristian Huselius broke into the league with the Panthers in 2001 after playing in his native Sweden. In four seasons with the Panthers, he racked up 127 points before being traded to Calgary.
CAPTAIN JOKINEN ON PANTHERS PUB IN 2004
In seven seasons with the Panthers, Olli Jokinen vaulted to the top of many offensive categories, including game-winning goals: 36. He also recorded four hat tricks. And he served as team captain from ...
BOUWMEESTER IN ACTION ON 2004 PUB
Jay Bouwmeester debuted with the Panthers as a 19-year-old rookie in 2002. He played six seasons with Florida, tallying 203 points in that time.
LAUS MIXES IT UP ON 2001 PUB COVER
Paul Laus was known as a player who was not afraid to mix it up on the ice in defense of himself or his teammates.
LINDSAY’S RETURN ON PANTHERS PUB, 2001
After a six-year stretch in the mid-1990s, Bill Lindsay returned to the Panthers in 2001, adding a familiar face and a veteran presence to the locker room.
ROBERTO LUONGO ON PANTHERS COVER, 2002
In his two stints with the Panthers, Roberto Luongo established himself as one of the greatest players ever to suit up for the franchise. As of his retirement in 2019, he leads all Panthers goalies in ...
SVEHLA FACES OFF ON PUB COVER, 2002
Robert Svehla was a Panther from 1994 until 2002 and played 573 games over his eight seasons. He was part of the Panthers playoffs teams in 1996 and 1997, and he was a 1998 Olympian for Slovakia.