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TICKET TO 1997 POSTSEASON OPENER
The Panthers made their second postseason trip in 1997, facing the New York Rangers in the Conference Quarterfinal. John Vanbiesbrouck blanked the Rangers in Game 1 at the Miami Arena. Later, in Game ...
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STANLEY CUP GAME 1 TICKET, 1996
When they took the ice for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final at McNichols Sports Arena in Denver against the Colorado Avalanche, the Florida Panthers became the youngest franchise ever to advance to the ...
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AUTOGRAPHED OPENING NIGHT 1995 POSTER
Did the Panthers know that Opening Night 1995 would go down in team history? Players and owner H. Wayne Huizenga signed a poster commemorating the game, where Scott Mellanby’s Rat Trick was the highli ...
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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.
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FIRST PANTHERS HOME-GAME TICKET, 1993
The Panthers played their first home game on October 12, 1993 in the Miami Arena. The result was a 2-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins — Panthers fans would have to wait until the next game to see the ...
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TICKET TO THE NIGHT OF THE RAT TRICK, 1995
The Panthers opened the 1995-1996 season with a 4-3 win in Miami Arena over the Calgary Flames. They would keep winning that season, taking five of the next six and eventually securing the franchise’s ...
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TICKET TO FIRST GAME AFTER FINAL, 1996
The reigning conference champions raised the banner before opening the 1996-1997 season with a 1-1 tie against the New York Rangers. As they had the year before, the Panthers would end their season in ...
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TICKET TO OPENER OF LAST SEASON IN MIAMI ARENA
The Panthers began their fifth and final season at Miami Arena in October 1997 with a 2-2 tie against the New Yorker Islanders. At the end of the year, they would move on to their second and current h ...
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LAST TICKET FROM MIAMI ARENA, 1998
In 1998, the Panthers played their last game at Miami Arena before moving to their new facility (now called BB&T Center) in Sunrise, Florida. The Miami Arena was the first Panthers home and the site o ...
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ICEBREAKING FOR A NEW HOME, 1996
When the Panthers first took the ice in 1993, they shared Miami Arena with the NBA’s Miami Heat. By 1996, however, the city of Sunrise, Florida, had approved a $167-million financing and construction ...
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