Good morning and welcome to the latest edition of Rats Roundup!
Military Appreciation Night is here, final votes for "Last Men In" and more! Sit back, relax and catch up on all the latest Panthers news!
The Cats will be hosting their second Military Appreciation Night of the season when they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 7 p.m.
The Panthers will don special military jerseys during warm-ups and select jerseys will be available to purchase at the Inside the Boards store located near section 122 on Plaza Level at BB&T Center.
Mystery-signed military pucks will also be sold at the Florida Panthers Foundation table outside Club Lexus with all proceeds benefitting the Foundation. In addition, Pantherland will sell military apparel, hats, pins and jerseys.
All active and retired military personnel with valid military identification receive special pricing at BB&T Center Box Office on the day of the game and special pricing on food and beverage purchases at all Coca-Cola and participating concession stands. Click HERE for tickets to the game. If you would like to receive a special Panthers camouflage hat, click HERE for our group package. Season Ticket Holders who would like to add-on the hat package, click HERE.
Cast Your Ballots
Today is the last day you can cast your votes to send Aleksander Barkov to the 2020 NHL All-Star Game as part of the "Last Men In" campaign.
Jonathan Huberdeau is already heading to St. Louis to represent the Cats, so let's send him with some company! And don't forget, you can vote up to 10 times a day HERE.
Denisenko Earns Some Hardware
Panthers prospect Grigori Denisenko and Team Russia are heading home from the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship with the Silver Medal. Denisenko and Russia had earned the Bronze Medal in 2019 at the tournament.
The young forward recorded a team-leading nine points (three goals, six assists) while also serving as Russia's captain. Last year, he finished tied for event's scoring lead with nine points.
To read more on Denisenko's tournament, as well as how the other Panthers' prospects fared overseas, read Jameson Olive's World Junior Championship recap HERE.
Flyaway With Hilton
Looking to get away for a few days and catch a Panthers game on the road? Then you're in luck!
The Cats have partnered with Hilton for a special experience sweepstakes. You can enter for a chance to win roundtrip airfare for two to Boston, a three-night stay at the Hilton Downtown-Faneuil Hall Boston Hotel and two tickets to the Panthers vs. Bruins game on March 28 at TD Garden. Click HERE to enter and good luck!
Jonathan Huberdeau joined Territory Talk this week to talk about heading to his first NHL All-Star Game and his huge season thus far.
Also, Doug Plagens, Jameson Olive and Katie Gaus discussed Florida's first half and also took a look at how three of the team's prospects played during the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship. Listen to the episode below and subscribe to the podcast at FloridaPanthers.com/TerritoryTalk.
- Funky Buddha Brewery had unveiled two new brews available now at BB&T Center!
- Sign up your children for the Learn to Play program and jumpstart those New Year's Resolutions!
- When the Cats take on the Kings on Jan. 16, it will be the last home game for the month of January. So, don't wait any longer and get your tickets HERE to see the Panthers before they hit the road for an extended road trip!
- With the NHL All-Star Game just a few weeks away, why not treat yourself like an All-Star with our special suite package?
- TSN unveiled their list of the top 50 Ranked NHL-affiliated prospects and the Cats had three in the top 30! Click HERE to see the full list!