SUNRISE, Fla. - The Florida Panthers Foundation announced today the 2020 'Cats & Dogs' Calendar created with the support of Apple Printing is on sale now at the Foundation table outside of Club Lexus at BB&T Center beginning on Saturday, Oct. 5 during the clubs home opener at 7 p.m. All proceeds from this unique collectable will benefit the Florida Panthers Foundation and Canine Assisted Therapy Inc. The retail price of the calendar is $20.
The 'Cats & Dogs' calendar features forward Aleksander Barkov , goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky , forward Brett Connolly , forward Evgenii Dadonov , forward Jonathan Huberdeau , forward Henrik Borgstrom , defenseman Anton Stralman and defenseman Keith Yandle with dogs from local organization Canine Assisted Therapy. Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck , forward Frank Vatrano , forward Noel Acciari , forward Mike Hoffman , defenseman Aaron Ekblad and defenseman Mike Matheson are all featured with their own family dogs.
Calendars are available for purchase while supplies last.
2019-20 Season Tickets are available now. Join our territory to enjoy exclusive savings on select BB&T Center concessions, a merchandise discount at Pantherland store and priority access to BB&T Center concerts and events. Visit FloridaPanthers.com/TicketCentral or call 954-835-PUCK (7825) for more information and to book an exclusive tour of the BB&T Center. Single-game tickets are on sale now visit Ticketmaster.com to purchase.
About Canine Assisted Therapy
134 certified pet therapy teams provide over 250 hours a week of therapeutic care in 110 facilities, hospitals and schools in South Florida. Annually, the organization helps 300,000 veterans, trauma victims, children with special needs, cancer patients, seniors, at-risk youth and many others in need. The organization's mission is to improve the health and well-being of children and adults, as well as achieve specific physical, cognitive, social, or emotional goals through the use of certified pet therapy teams. Canine Assisted Therapy provided over 50 therapy dogs to the Parkland community after the tragic mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.