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1st GOAL PUCK FROM NEW HOME, 1998
The first goal scored on what is now the Panthers home ice (now BB&T Center, then called the National Car Rental Center) was scored by Jassen Cullimore of the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Panthers came ba ...
A PUCK WORTHY OF 3 ALL-STARS, 2000
Pavel Bure, Viktor Kozlov and Ray Whitney were all selected for the 50th NHL All-Star Game in 2000, the first time three Panthers players had been selected. During the game, Pavel Bure and his brother ...
A SILVER PUCK FOR A SILVER ANNIVERSARY
A silver anniversary gets a silver puck! Fans can remember the special 25th anniversary season — and the 25 seasons that came before it! — with a special commemorative puck.
A WINNING TEAM STRATEGY
As a two-time Vezina Trophy recipient as the NHL’s best goaltender, Sergei Bobrovsky was no stranger to winning. On April 15, 2022, he made 30 saves as the Panthers beat the Winnipeg Jets for his fran ...
ALL-STAR GAME PUCK, 2003
The Panthers hosted the NHL All-Star Game for the first time in 2003 at the Office Depot Center (now BB&T Center). In an exciting matchup that went to overtime, the West defeated the East, 6-5. Olli J ...
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS PUCK, 2001
The Panthers support a variety of charitable causes including National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which this puck commemorates.
CHRIS WELLS’S 1st PANTHERS GOAL PUCK, 1997
Chris Wells joined the Panthers for the 1996-1997 season and notched his first goal with the team in a 5-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning at home on February 12, 1997.
COMMEMORATIVE “WAITER” PUCK, 2002
The Panthers hosted the first “Waiter, There’s a Puck in My Soup” gala in 1998, which raised money for charities, including the Florida Panthers Foundation. The gala became a much-anticipated annual e ...
COMMEMORATIVE FIRST GAME PUCK, 1993
Panthers history was enshrined in a commemorative gold puck celebrating the team’s first NHL game, a 4-4 tie with the Chicago Blackhawks. The team posted a 33-34-17 record in the inaugural season. ...
COMMEMORATIVE RAT TRICK PUCK, 1995
Panthers fans celebrated a fun piece of hockey history with a commemorative puck for the NHL’s first Rat Trick. On Opening Night 1995, Scott Mellanby scored two goals with the same hockey stick he had ...