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BREAKING NEWS: WE’LL BE THE PANTHERS!
Thousands of soon-to-be Panthers fans helped name the NHL’s newest team in 1993. Out of 6,400 responses, the clear-cut winner was the “Panthers.” The club pledged to both help the endangered animal an ...
BROKEN STICK LOGO PROPOSALS, 1993
No hockey stick will survive these Panthers. The “broken stick” logo, which may have ultimately derived from one of these designs, became a much-beloved logo for the Panthers in their inaugural season ...
BRUSHING UP THE PANTHERS LOGO, 2016
In 2016, the Panthers refreshed their logo for the first time in franchise history. Owner Vincent Viola remarked, “the logo harkens to the vanguard of courage; the idea that you put a shield on the ho ...
CONFERENCE CHAMPS PINT GLASS, 1996
Panthers fans could toast their team’s best-ever performance in the playoffs with the pint glass commemorating the 1996 Eastern Conference Championship.
H. WAYNE HUIZENGA PANTHERS JACKET, 1990s-2018
H. Wayne Huizenga wore his affection for the Panthers on his sleeves…inside and out. This reversible, bold jacket was a mainstay of his wardrobe while attending games and other Panthers events. He don ...
INAUGURAL YEAR LOGO, 1993-1994
Amid the hundreds of design submissions for the Panthers logo, a few stood out, including these inaugural year logos that captured the aggressiveness and motion of a panther. It is unclear whether a d ...
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE PANTHERS
Every tree needs a Cat. The ferocious Panthers mascot exuded holiday cheer in this Christmas ornament celebrating the inaugural 1993-1994 season.
PANTHERS ON THE TODAY SHOW, 1993
To build excitement for the NHL’s two newest teams, Commissioner Gary Bettman went on NBC’s Today Show to unveil drawings of the mascots for the Florida Panthers and the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, who e ...
PLAYOFF TOWELS FOR “CUP CRAZY” FANS, 1996
Panthers fans rallied around their team in the 1996 Eastern Conference Quarterfinal, waving towels like this one, which was distributed in Game 2. The rally towel did its job as the Panthers rolled to ...
PUCK FROM FIRST HOME GAME, 1993
To commemorate the first-ever Panthers home game on October 12, 1993, the team gave 25,000 fans hockey pucks featuring a graphic reproduction of the Opening Night ticket. The Panthers would lose to th ...