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Gameday Growl: Dec. 8 vs. Ottawa Senators

by Chrissy Parente / Florida Panthers

7:30 p.m.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m

Tonight is Jewish Heritage Night at the BB&T Center. The JetBlue Tarmac will open at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday. We will be accepting toy donations for Toys for Tots on the Tarmac tonight. Make sure to arrive early to play interactive games for the whole family!

The BB&T Center bag policy has stated that no backpacks, large bags or purses larger than 1’ x 1’ would be permitted upon entry for security purposes and the safety of fans. This season, staff members have been enforcing this policy at entrance points and are now equipped with measuring guides to ensure fan safety.

Click here to Purchase Tickets

Community Coffee is now at the BB&T Center!

is now available in sections 105, 119, 130, 305, 319, 330, Penalty Box, Coors Light Cold Zone and Legends.

Hot Chocolate/French Vanilla Cappuccino/Mocha Cappuccino
is now available in sections 105, 119, 129, 305, 328, 319, Penalty Box and Coors Light Cold Zone.

Panthers Fans! Make sure to purchase a 20oz Coke Zero at the BB&T Center to receive a collectible Jaromir Jagr pin during the month of December!

Don't forget to buy your 50/50 raffle tickets at the Panthers Foundation kiosk at Section 119! A portion of the proceeds go to Florida Panthers Foundation.
Click here for more info.

Check out live music performances start when doors open, at intermission and post-game! Fans can access the music at the Band Stand, located directly above Pantherland at the front of the BB&T Center at the Coors Light Cold Zone.

Tuesday's performer is J Street Revival.

Tonight's Guest Chef is:

Les Harrow - Executive Chef at Palm Caterers in Weston

Chef Leslie Harrow was born in Philadelphia and raised in North Miami Beach. He got his start in Italian Trattorias and progressed from Chef to Executive Chef. For the past 10 years, Executive Caterers has become the leader in Kosher Catering. Chef Harrow opened a restaurant and sold it after winning Best of Miami in 2008, because he liked the ever present challenges of Kosher Catering.

Chef Harrow takes an approach to culinary as an innovator. He was a pioneer of Molecular Gastronomy in Kosher and constantly pushes the boundaries of what's deemed as the norm. Thanks in part to the Food Network, people have become Foodies and demand better. From Ceviches in Peru to Pho in Vietnam, Chef Harrow looks to set the trend and show that not much is impossible in Kosher while bridging the gap from the "old school to the new school." He takes a fresh and healthy approach by incorporating exotic fruits and regional spices from around the globe

Club Lexus

Mom's Meatloaf with Stout Onion Straws

Canadian Smoked Brisket

Gnocchi with Sage Brown Butter and Caramelized Shallot

Toasted Lemon Hazelnut Green Beans with Crispy Garlic

Club 93

Carolina Smoked Pulled Pork Sliders

Poutine Fries

Corn Succotash

Canadian Smoked Brisket

Click HERE for a list of upcoming Guest Chef's to the BB&T Center!

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