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STANLEY C. CUPID ON 2001 PUB COVER
South Florida hockey fans fell in love with their team right away when the Panthers arrived in 1993; the feeling was mutual.
STANLEY SKATES IN A WINTER WONDERLAND
Balmy South Florida weather didn’t stop area kids from skating outdoors with the Panthers! The team partnered with the City of Fort Lauderdale and Hoffman’s Chocolates to host two outdoor skating rink ...
STANLEY SERVES SCOOPS FOR CHARITY, 2018
Stanley C. Panther took his mascot duties off-ice to work as a celebrity scooper at the 10,000 Scoop Challenge on July 24, 2018. Denali Flavors donated $1 to the Salvation Army of Fort Lauderdale for ...
ONE-ON-ONE AGAINST VIKTOR E. RATT, 2018
An off-ice rat trick? One young Panthers fan showed off his stickhandling skills while playing street hockey with Viktor E. Ratt. The mascot participated in activities at Imagine-Chancellor charter sc ...
STANLEY C. PANTHER GIVES FAN A LIFT, 1990s
A young Panthers fan got to go beyond the glass thanks to Stanley C. Panther.
MASCOT MADNESS AT FLOORBALL PROGRAM, 2018
After-school special! Stanley C. Panther and players visited Liberty Elementary in Margate, Florida, to promote the team’s floorball program, which was added to dozens of area schools’ physical educat ...
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 ...
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 ...
STANLEY C. PANTHER PADS, 1990s
While costume padding was not used for protection like hockey gear worn by players, pads filled out the mascot to make him look as strong and hardy as the Panthers on the ice.