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A RINK OF SOLDIER-LIKE ATHLETES
Florida Panthers owner Vincent Viola has said that no other sport requires its players to be more soldier-like than hockey. “You must play when you’re tired and spent and there’s nothing more to go on ...
West Point alum Vincent Viola purchased the Panthers in 2013 and quickly stacked the Panthers front office with fellow alumni, including the team’s president & CEO Matt Caldwell. Caldwell explained th ...
H. WAYNE HUIZENGA PANTHERS JACKET, 1990s-2018
H. Wayne Huizenga wore his affection for the Panthers on his sleeves…inside and out. This reversible, bold jacket was a mainstay of his wardrobe while attending games and other Panthers events. He don ...
HONORING HEROES, SUPPORTING COMMUNITY
In April 2019, the Panthers announced plans for a $65 million revitalization of the War Memorial Auditorium in Fort Lauderdale’s Holiday Park. The historic venue first opened in 1950 as a tribute to m ...
MEDIA CREDENTIALS FOR HISTORIC MATCH, 2016
One lucky soul gained access to a historic NHL exhibition game with these media credentials during the 2016 preseason. On Oct. 8, 2016, the Panthers met the New Jersey Devils at Tate Rink in West Poin ...
MORE THAN TEAM-BUILDING AT WEST POINT
The 2016 trip to West Point was a second visit for most of the players. Shortly after purchasing the team, Panthers owner and West Point alum Vincent Viola arranged for a memorable team-building event ...
TEAM-BONDING CAMO JERSEY FOR VIOLA, 2014
Panthers owner Vincent Viola, a veteran of the 101st Airborne Division, has made support of the military a key feature of the Panthers Foundation. Beginning in 2013, the team has hosted a Military App ...
VINCENT VIOLA NEW JERSEY, 2016
The Panthers introduced their redesigned logo to the public on June 2, 2016. Team owner Vincent Viola showed off the new-and-improved design on his specially made jersey.
WHAT CAMO MEANS TO THE PANTHERS
This lanyard represents more than a fun preseason matchup. The Panthers-Devils 2016 game at the U.S. Military Academy was especially meaningful due to the numerous veterans who work in the Panthers fr ...