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"Scott Mellanby" - 22 Total Result(s)
NIEDERMAYER TAKES THE PUCK, 1996
Rob Niedermayer skated near center ice with the puck in this Stanley Cup Final game against the Colorado Avalanche in 1996. He had five goals and three assists in the playoffs that season.
In honor of the team’s final home game at Miami Arena, three original Cats said thank you to the fans who had supported the team through its first five years. These guys knew that the Panthers faithfu ...
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 ...
PUB COVER SALUTES CAPTAIN MELLANBY, 2001
Scott Mellanby’s gritty, hard-fighting performance as the Panthers captain endeared him to fans and teammates alike.
PUCK THAT GOT 600th POINT FOR MELLANBY
Scott Mellanby scored his 600th NHL point on the game-winning goal in a 5-1 trouncing of the Carolina Hurricanes at home. Mellanby went on to notch 354 total points during his time with the Panthers.
SCOTT MELLANBY COLLECTIBLE FIGURE, 1996
Collect ’em all! Scott Mellanby and others from the 1995-1996 Panthers team were immortalized in miniature with these collectible figures.
SCOTT MELLANBY GAME-WORN GLOVES, 1997-1998
The man didn’t stand around with his hand in his pockets. As the well-worn palms demonstrate, Scott Mellanby was busy during his first season as captain, 1997-1998. He played in 79 games, scoring 39 p ...
SCOTT MELLANBY SIGNED PUCK
Scott Mellanby wore many hats for the Panthers. He was a leading goal-scorer, reliably contributed assists, could hold his own in a scrap if necessary and served as captain from 1997-2001.
SCOTT MELLANBY SKATING, 1995
Scott Mellanby glided down the ice during a 4-3 victory over the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim on November 19, 1995. A few weeks prior, the Panthers winger completed his Rat Trick at the team’s home opener. ...
SCOTT MELLANBY’S BATTERED HELMET, 1995-1996
Scott Mellanby put this helmet through the wringer. Note the tape over the right temple and above the right brow to hold padding in place. Rotate to see where something left a mark on the back of the ...