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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 ...
BURE FACES OLD TEAM, 2000
In an exciting 2000-2001 season opener, Panthers star Pavel Bure squared off against his former team for the first time. The Real Yellow Pages program detailed the matchup between the Panthers and Van ...
EASTERN CONFERENCE FINAL PROGRAM, 1996
Excitement continued to build as the Panthers defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in the Semifinal and reached the 1996 Conference Final against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINAL PROGRAM, 1996
The team’s 1996 playoffs adventure continued into May with their first trip to the Eastern Conference Semifinal, where they faced the heavily favored Philadelphia Flyers.
NO RATS PLEASE, 1997
An NHL rule was introduced in September 1996 prohibiting fans from throwing objects onto the ice, including plastic rats. The Panthers and Miami Arena reminded fans of this new rule in a March 1997 Br ...
POSTER OF SIX TRUE PANTHERS ORIGINALS, 1998
With the final home game at Miami Arena at the end of the 1997-1998 season, six players from the inaugural season still remained Panthers. Those players helped shape the budding franchise, contributin ...
QUARTERFINAL PROGRAM, 1996
The franchise’s first trip to the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal in 1996 was a milestone for the young Panthers. Not only was it their first trip ever to the playoffs, but they would also notch their ...
STANLEY C. PANTHER AS SANTA ON GROWL COVER
A 1998 edition of Growl featured Stanley C. Panther as Santa Claus. The jolly old mascot brought the Panthers good luck that holiday. They went on a two-game winning streak after Christmas, beating th ...
STANLEY CUP FINAL PROGRAM, 1996
The Panthers made a run to (so far!) their only Stanley Cup Final in 1996, when they shocked everyone by dispatching the Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins on the way.