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DROPPING IN TO PRIDE NIGHT
LGBTQ+ activist Jazz Jennings attended the 7th annual Pride Night at BB&T Center for the ceremonial puck drop. Stanley C. Panther and Aleksander Barkov were on hand to show their support to Panthers f ...
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A TRUE ALLY
You can always count on Stanley C. Panther to steal the show. During Pride Night 2020, the loveable mascot did just that when he descended from the rafters decked out in gear to show his support for L ...
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THE PURRFECT FIRST PRACTICE
Stanley C. Panther attended the first practice of the Panthers Special Hockey team to help show the players around his home turf. It was the first time on the ice for many team members, all of whom ha ...
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GETTING CREATIVE
At the 2018 Paint the Ice event, Panthers season ticket holders had the chance to add some artistic flair to the BB&T Center ice. Stanley C. Panther was there to add his own creative touch and, of cou ...
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HOCKEYFEST ’97!
Over 10,000 Panthers fans visited the Broward County Convention Center to enjoy Hockeyfest 1997. The event featured broomball rinks, souvenir booths, a museum of hockey memorabilia and meet & greets w ...
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SANTA WHO?
Forget Santa. Panthers fans take their Christmas lists to a different jolly fella: Stanley C. Panther. Think these guys asked for a Panthers victory (and maybe a photo) for Christmas? If they did, the ...
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PURE JOY
The 1995 Panthers Breakout Weekend at Joe Robbie Stadium (now Hard Rock Stadium) included games, giveaways and the first chance to buy regular-season tickets. And for at least one lucky fan, it includ ...
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THE SHIRT OFF JAY’S BACK
The Florida Panthers Foundation used to host an annual “Shirts Off Our Backs” auction. Fans bid on game-worn jerseys during the first two periods of play and at the end of the game, winners stepped on ...
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AN UNFORGETTABLE BIRTHDAY
Man oh man, did this young fan have a great birthday! Not only did he attend his first-ever hockey game, he got to see the Panthers defeat the Flyers, 3-2, and meet Stanley C. Panther. Now that’s wort ...
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DON’T GET IN HER WAY
At the 2017 home opener, the Panthers honored Sister Margaret Ann, better known as “the chainsaw nun,” as one of the team’s Hurricane Heroes. The principal of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School ...
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