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A RAT ABROAD, 2018
The final game of the 2018 NHL Global Series in Finland featured a 4-2 Panthers victory over the Winnipeg Jets. Panthers captain Aleksander Barkov — who happens to be Finnish — celebrated the win by p ...
A RAT FINDS HIS FEET, 1990s
Faux fur shoe or skate covers could complete any rat costume participating in the Rat Trick craze of the 1990s.
A RAT IN GOOD HANDS, 1990s
Before mascot Viktor E. Ratt debuted in 2014, other rat costumes appeared at Panthers games. Faux fur gloves would contribute to a convincing outfit.
A RAT READY FOR ITS CLOSEUP, 2018
Following a 4-3 win over the Buffalo Sabres, this plastic rat got to bask in the victorious afterglow. We can’t be certain, but he might be hanging out near the spot where Vincent Trocheck launched hi ...
ANNIVERSARY YEAR OF THE RAT FIGURE
Starting with Scott Mellanby’s Rat Trick at the 1995 home opener and ending with an appearance in the 1996 Stanley Cup Final, the Year of the Rat proved to be a successful season for the Panthers. Dur ...
Fans enthusiastically tossed plastic critters onto the ice to celebrate the Year of the Rat’s postseason success. This rat made a stance against no. 88. Could that be Philadelphia Flyers captain Eric ...
AUTHENTIC GOAL RAT TAG, 1996
This rat was official! Panthers fans secured Year of the Rat tags onto plastic rats during the 1996 Stanley Cup run to celebrate the season’s theme.
COMMEMORATIVE OPENING NIGHT TICKET, 1995
Fans who attended Opening Night on October 8, 1995, witnessed the beginning of Rat Trick lore, including two Scott Mellanby goals in the 4-3 victory over the Calgary Flames at Miami Arena.
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 ...
FAN-THROWN NO. 12 PLASTIC RAT
No season lives in Panthers fans’ memories like 1995-1996, when the team made its historic run to the Stanley Cup Final. Known as “The Year of The Rat,” after Scott Mellanby killed a rat with his stic ...