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Rats Roundup - Frozen Four, Fan Appreciation

by Kyle Morrison / FloridaPanthers.com

Trocheck's short-side snipe

STL@FLA: Trocheck beats Allen on odd-man rush

Vincent Trocheck fires a wrist shot past Jake Allen on an odd-man rush, as Ian McCoshen records his first NHL point with the secondary assist

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The Panthers season draws to a close this weekend, as the Cats end this campaign on a back-to-back. Tomorrow's the team's home finale - and Fan Appreciation Night! - so make sure you don't miss it.

What's so great about Fan Appreciation Night? Well, more than $100,000 worth of gifts will be distributed to fans in attendance - plus a pretty neat (and free!) poster - so come on out and you could go home with something cool.

It's also your last chance to participate in the "favorite things baskets" raffle outside of Club Lexus, so stop by and check out the products that your favorite players use every day. It's a fun glimpse into each guy's personality - and if you're feeling like placing a bid, you'll know it's going to a good place - with all proceeds going to the Florida Panthers Foundation.

Another thing to appreciate? All Reebok apparel in Pantherland is marked down 50%. Yes, that includes jerseys.

Borgstrom Impresses in Frozen Four

What a season it's been for Henrik Borgström.

The Cats most recent first-round pick has lit up the college ranks in his first season stateside, to the tune of a 21-17-38 line in 34 games leading up to the NCAA Tournament. That's enough to lead the Denver Pioneers - the nation's number one team - as a freshman.

He's not done yet, either.

Tweet from @NCAAIceHockey: THE CAPTAIN to THE ARTIST!Butcher finds Borgstrom and it's 2-0 Pioneers in the 1st! #FrozenFour pic.twitter.com/G1T8Dh4MWM

Borgström's first period goal in last night's Frozen Four matchup with Notre Dame put the Pioneers up 2-0, and they didn't look back from there. The 6-1 result puts Denver just 60 minutes away from a potential national title.

Speaking of National Championships, some of the country's best youth hockey teams will face off at the Florida Panthers IceDen in Coral Springs this weekend, as the venue is set to host US Hockey Nationals for Tier II 14U. Head over to panthersiceden.com to purchase tickets and learn more.

Photo of the Week

Tweet from @FlaPanthers: If he fits, he sits. �� pic.twitter.com/JmxTyO4uWG

While larger than most of his species, Stanley C. Panther is and always will be a cat. As such, Cat Law™ decrees that there must be online content of him trying to sit in a box. And now, there is! Looks cozy.

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