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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 ...
TOM FITZGERALD GLOVES
Tom Fitzgerald was a key part of the Panthers core during the team’s first five seasons. He collected 121 points in 353 games as a Panther.
BATTLE-TESTED GOALIE SKATES
The goalie who laced up these skates was in the thick of game action, as evidenced by their scuff marks and wear.
RAY WHITNEY’S SCUFFED AND CUT SOCKS
At 5’10”, Ray Whitney had to cut his socks down to size. In the late 1990s, socks came in one size only and tended to be too long for anyone shorter than 6’2″. Note the frayed edges at the top as well ...
MARK FITZPATRICK PRACTICE JERSEY, 1990s
To keep game uniforms as well-preserved as possible, players have a different type of uniform for practice. Even the practice jerseys, such as this one worn by Mark Fitzpatrick, carry the Panthers log ...
MARK FITZPATRICK LEG PADS, 1990s
Goalies need all the help they can get when it comes to protecting themselves from pucks. Leg pads are a vital part of their equipment, as they can be used to shield the player and the net.
RAY SHEPPARD SKATES, 1990s
Ray Sheppard laced up these skates when he played for the Panthers from 1995 to 1998, racking up 61 goals and 60 assists.
STU BARNES GLOVES, 1990s
Stu Barnes skated for Florida from 1993 to 1996. In his final full season with the team, Barnes was a part of the “Year of the Rat” trip to the Stanley Cup Final. Barnes tallied 6 goals and 10 assists ...
MIKE WILSON GAME-WORN JERSEY, 1998-2000
The Panthers added an alternate third jersey to their collection for the first time in 1998. This one was worn by Mike Wilson at some point during his first two seasons with the team.
PETER WORRELL’S GAME-WORN SOCKS, 2000s
Peter Worrell was an effective and beloved enforcer from 1997-2003. These socks, though game-worn, are still so pristine that they may only have seen a game or two, probably in the early 2000s.