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ROW 4 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS vs FLORIDA PANTHERS 2 TICKETS Tuesday 10 17 17
ROW 4 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS vs FLORIDA PANTHERS 2 TICKETS Tuesday 10 17 17

$295.00

2 TICKETS Vegas Golden Knights vs Florida Panthers December 17th BELOW FACE VAL
2 TICKETS Vegas Golden Knights vs Florida Panthers December 17th BELOW FACE VAL

$140.00

New York Rangers Florida Panthers 11 28 17 MSG Upper Center Tickets
New York Rangers Florida Panthers 11 28 17 MSG Upper Center Tickets

$259.00

4 Florida Panthers vs Tampa Bay Lightning Sec 105 Row 22 Aisle Tickets 9 28 17
4 Florida Panthers vs Tampa Bay Lightning Sec 105 Row 22 Aisle Tickets 9 28 17

$34.99

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Florida Panthers Tickets 10 14 Sect 120 Row B
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Florida Panthers Tickets 10 14 Sect 120 Row B

$298.11

2 TICKETS FLORIDA PANTHERS  PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 10 14 2017 227 G 5 6
2 TICKETS FLORIDA PANTHERS PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 10 14 2017 227 G 5 6

$120.71

Florida Panthers Oct 12 1993 Inaugural Season Debut 1st Game FULL UNUSED Ticket
Florida Panthers Oct 12 1993 Inaugural Season Debut 1st Game FULL UNUSED Ticket

$99.00

2 Florida Panthers  Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Tickets Tuesday October 17 2017
2 Florida Panthers Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Tickets Tuesday October 17 2017

$260.00

Washington Capitals vs Florida Panthers Tickets 10 21 2017 Ledge Food Parking
Washington Capitals vs Florida Panthers Tickets 10 21 2017 Ledge Food Parking

$550.00

Montreal Canadians vs Florida Panthers Dec 29th 2016 BBT 2 Tickets Front Row
Montreal Canadians vs Florida Panthers Dec 29th 2016 BBT 2 Tickets Front Row

$175.00

2 Florida Panthers vs San Jose Sharks Sec 112 Row 3 Aisle Tickets
2 Florida Panthers vs San Jose Sharks Sec 112 Row 3 Aisle Tickets

$169.99

2 Florida Panthers vs Tampa Bay Lightning Sec 112 R3 Aisle Tickets
2 Florida Panthers vs Tampa Bay Lightning Sec 112 R3 Aisle Tickets

$219.99

4 Florida Panthers vs NY Islanders Sec 105 Row 22 Aisle Tickets
4 Florida Panthers vs NY Islanders Sec 105 Row 22 Aisle Tickets

$194.99

2 of 6 Florida Panthers vs Detroit Red Wings Sec 109 Row 26 Tickets 10 28 17
2 of 6 Florida Panthers vs Detroit Red Wings Sec 109 Row 26 Tickets 10 28 17

$137.99

1 of 8 Florida Panthers vs Toronto Maple Leafs Sec 108 Row 27 Tickets 11 22 17
1 of 8 Florida Panthers vs Toronto Maple Leafs Sec 108 Row 27 Tickets 11 22 17

$74.99

2 Florida Panthers vs St Louis Blues Sec 112 Row 3 Aisle Tickets 10 12 17
2 Florida Panthers vs St Louis Blues Sec 112 Row 3 Aisle Tickets 10 12 17

$164.99



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Florida + Hockey - it seemed an unusual marriage, and one perhaps that would be ultimately be doomed for divorce. However, during the early part of the 1990s the NHL expanded into not one, but two cities in Florida, bringing in the Miami-based Florida Panthers and the Tampa Bay Lightning in an aggressive bid to grow the game in the southern United States. While the jury is still out on whether or not the experiment has been a complete success, both franchises have managed to tough it out over the better part of two decades despite difficult economic conditions, competition from sports like football, basketball and baseball, and of course the sun itself.

Brought into the league prior to the 1993 season, along with expansion cousins the Anaheim Mighty Ducks the Panthers actually started out with a relatively decent roster, one that included veteran goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck, rugged, but talented winger Scott Melanby, and rookie star Rob Niedermayer. The team would post a 4-4 tie in their inaugural game against the Chicago Blackhawks, and would score their first win against their state rivals from Tampa Bay, a 2-0 shutout in front of a massive crowd of more than 27,000 fans. They would go on to enjoy one of the best seasons ever by an expansion franchise, posting 83 points in 84 games. Unfortunately, they would miss the playoffs by the narrowest of margins, finishing 9th in the Eastern Conference that year.

1996 Playoff Run

Though Panthers fans wouldn't get to enjoy playoff hockey that year or the next, in 1996 they would be spoiled by a playoff run beyond their wildest expectations. The team finished with 92 regular season points that year, good enough for 4th place in the Eastern Conference. The Panthers would dispatch the 5th-seeded Boston Bruins in the first round before moving on to improbable upsets over both the Philadelphia Flyers (1st) and Pittsburgh Penguins (2nd) to move on to Stanley Cup Final date with the Colorado Avalanche. Led by Vanbiesbrouck, Mellanby, Ray Sheppard, and an outstanding young rookie defenseman by the name of Ed Jovanovski the upstart group in the Florida Panthers jerseys were on a Cinderella run for the ages.

Unfortunately, midnight came quickly during that final round. The Avalanche, led by stars like Patrick Roy, Joe Sakic and Peter Forsberg, were simply too much for the largely inexperienced Panthers squad. The Avs won the first three games of the series with relative ease. Florida wouldn't give up without a fight though, pushing game four into overtime in front of their home crowd before Colorado's Uwe Krupp ended their dream run with the overtime and Stanley Cup winner.

That playoff run would ultimately prove the high point of the Florida franchise. They showed great promise the following year, putting together an impressive 17 game undefeated streak to start the season, but they were unable to maintain that high level of play, and though they managed to make the playoffs for a second year in a row they were quickly dispatched in the first round by the New York Rangers.

After a horrible 1997-98 season the Panthers would send blueliner Ed Jovanovski packing, bringing in Russian superstar Pavel Bure from the Vancouver Canucks. Bure was absolutely electric, thrilling fans and scoring 13 goals in his first 11 games with the club. However, a knee injury would force him out of the lineup for the remainder of the season and the Panthers would miss the playoffs again. Bure would return with a vengeance over the next two seasons, scoring 58 and 59 goals respectively. However, he didn't have a whole lot of help and despite his efforts the team still remained mired in mediocrity. Eventually the honeymoon would wear off and Bure moved on to the Eastern Conference rival New York Rangers where he would play only 51 more games before his chronic knee problems ended his career.

Today's Florida Panthers

Today, the Panthers are still struggling to try and become a consistent contender. Over the past couple of seasons fans have seen stars like Jay Bouwmeester, Olli Jokinen and Nathan Horton depart. Still, Tomas Vokoun gives them a strong presence in goal, and captain Bryan McCabe is a rock solid presence on the back end. Fans can look forward to the continued development of young stars like David Booth and Michael Frolik. Off-season acquisitions like Steve Bernier and Christopher Higgins will be pulling on Florida Panthers sweaters this season. Panthers fans are hoping these pieces are enough to once again help their team reach the playoffs, a feat that hasn't been accomplished in nearly a decade. In the meantime they can continue to enjoy the sunshine and reminisce about the glory run of 1996.