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"Stephen Weiss" - 12 Total Result(s)
THE HOUSE OF WEISS
Stephen Weiss was one of three Panthers rookies who represented their team in the 2003 YoungStars Game at the Office Depot Center (now BB&T Center). Weiss, Niklas Hagman and Jay Bouwmeester represente ...
Florida Panthers fans had a lot to like about the 2003 All-Star Game. Not only did the Cats host the festivities, three of the team’s rookies were selected to join Team East in the YoungStars Game. Do ...
STEPHEN STANDS UP FOR HIS TEAM, 2012
Stephen Weiss played 654 games in a Panthers uniform, more than anybody else in history. His dependability was a key reason he was named an alternate captain for the 2011-12 season. Weiss was acting l ...
TOUCHDOWN PUCK, 2012
Playoff hockey in South Florida drew some of the biggest names in town to the rink. Legend Dan Marino was one of the celebrities on hand. He even agreed to briefly come out of retirement and drop a pe ...
THE WEISS ONE MAKES HISTORY, 2012
It took just 23 seconds for Stephen Weiss to come through with a power-play goal during Game 2 of the 2012 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. It was the fastest playoff power-play goal in 25 years! Eve ...
A POWER PLAYER, 2012
Stephen Weiss is third on the Panthers all-time list of power play goals scored with 48 (Scott Mellanby and Olli Jokinen are ranked 1 and 2 with 66 and 65, respectively). During Game 2 of the 2012 Eas ...
FANS CELEBRATE WEISS ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 2012
A pregame ceremony on February 26, 2012, paid tribute to Stephen Weiss, who had recently become the franchise leader for games played with 614. Perhaps the celebration brought good luck, as no. 9 went ...
WEISS SENDS THE PUCK DOWN THE ICE, 2002
After 11 seasons with the Panthers, Stephen Weiss had stamped his name in the franchise record book, playing in a record 654 games.
STEPHEN WEISS SIGNED STICK, 2000s
Stephen Weiss, also known as Mr. Panther, was arguably the most-recognized and beloved Panthers player for his 11 seasons with the club, from 2001-2013. He still holds the record for most games played ...
MOLLER SAYS: I’M A LEAD FARMER, 2009
Randy Moller broke down Stephen Weiss’s power-play goal during a 5-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on January 29, 2009. Weiss notched 48 power-play goals as a Panther.