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Florida Panthers fans had a lot to like about the 2003 All-Star Game. Not only did the Cats host the festivities, three of the team’s rookies were selected to join Team East in the YoungStars Game. Do ...
NO SURPRISES HERE
Jay Bouwmeester’s selection to the 2009 All-Star Game came as no surprise. The defenseman was the team’s third-leading scorer with 21 points and was averaging 27:38 minutes of ice time per game, good ...
NO SWEAT FOR JAY
Upon being selected for his second All-Star Game, Bo said: “It should be fun and it is not too stressful, either.” It sure seemed like Bouwmeester had fun — he notched two assists and a goal in the Ea ...
JAY’S FIRST STEP
At just 19 years old, Jay Bouwmeester made his first trip to All-Star weekend. The defenseman took the ice with the Eastern Conference YoungStars, contributing an assist in the team’s 8-3 victory over ...
BO’S IN CONTROL
Jay Bouwmeester began his time at the 2007 All-Star Weekend with a heated battle. The young defenseman took on Columbus’s Rick Nash in the puck control relay, a 1-lap race where skaters have to keep c ...
BO HAD A GOOD TIME
Jay Bouwmeester had been looking forward to his first All-Star game since his debut in 2002. In 2007, everyone knew Bo’s time had arrived. “We know he’s one of the best,” said teammate Rostislav Olesz ...
JAY TAKES THE RED CARPET
The All-Star red carpet gives hockey’s biggest stars the chance to show off their style while also giving hockey’s biggest (and littlest) fans a chance to score an autograph. It’s a win-win! For his 2 ...
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.
JAY BOUWMEESTER GAME-USED STICK, 2000s
Jay Bouwmeester was a first-round draft selection for the Florida Panthers in 2002 and played six stellar seasons for the club from 2002-2009. He used this two-piece composite hockey stick in games, p ...