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Panthers Shootout Win Scores 25 Fans a Flat Screen TV

by Staff Writer / Florida Panthers
Cats Only 3 Points Out of Southeast Division Lead Following Back-to-Back Victories

SUNRISE, Fla. – With their 4-3 shootout win over the Vancouver Canucks on Friday night, 25 fans left the BankAtlantic Center with a new flat screen television, as part of the Florida Panthers Super All-Star Match Up presented by Sharp, Aquos and The Panthers gave away five flat screen televisions prior to the start of the game and an additional 20 flat screen televisions ranging in size from 37-46 inches wide each time the Cats scored a goal.

The following fans were the recipients of the 25 flat screen televisions Friday night:

Guy Freeman, Miramar
Valmon LeBlanc, Winter Park
Thomas R. Cady, Sunrise
Alexsandr Surin, Winter Park
Michael Giesler, Davie
Alan Quint, Delray Beach
David Bierman, Tamarac
Denise Baldwin, West Palm Beach
Jacquelyn Wirth, Davie
Howard Nejib, Green Acres
Joshua Hernandez, Miami Springs
Alison Starkey, Coral Springs
Randall Marsh, Stuart
Terrence Shafter, Margate
Malcom Miller, Davie
Rajesh Ramsook, Plantation
Stephen Musser, Pompano Beach
Jennifer Tigertail, Ochopee
Sissi Sherman, Weston
Eric Scheiner, Plantation
Jill Ann Thompson, Palm Beach Gardens
Alexander Lopez, Weston
Warren Hall, Miami Gardens
Lynn Odonnell, Boca Raton
Kurt Kotrady, Plantation

“It was an incredible atmosphere on Friday night and our fans really got behind us in the third period and in the shootout,” said G Tomas Vokoun, who stopped a penalty shot in overtime and all three Vancouver shooters in the shootout. “We really feed off the excitement in the BankAtlantic Center and we all believe that we can win the Southeast Division. We need to win at home and have the same support from our fans that we did Friday night against Vancouver on a consistent basis.” 

“The feedback that we received from our fans on this promotion has been tremendous,” President/COO Michael Yormark said. “Our fans were treated to one of the most exciting Panthers games of the season and 25 lucky fans left with new flat screen televisions. We plan to look at more ways where we can run similar promotions like this one at upcoming games this season.”

The Panthers, who sit three points out of the Southeast Division lead, travel to Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs tomorrow night. The game can be seen live on FSN Florida and heard on Sports Talk 790 The Ticket at 7:30 p.m.

The Florida Panthers 2007-08 season is presented by the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. Sunrise Sports & Entertainment is the premier company of its kind in South Florida. Home to more than 185 events annually and the Florida Panthers Hockey Club, the BankAtlantic Center is consistently a top 20 United States venue according to Pollstar. The BankAtlantic Center welcomes more than two million guests each year and is also the home of the Sinatra Theatre presented by BankAtlantic and two monthly South Florida publications: Unrestricted and Panthers Insider.
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