Good morning and welcome to the latest edition of Rats Roundup!
The Cats are set for their preseason finale, no fees are here on single game tickets and more! Sit back, relax and catch up on all the latest Panthers news!
The Panthers hosted their only two preseason home games this week at BB&T Center, splitting the two game set against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Cats will head to Tampa Bay to skate in their final preseason matchup on Saturday at 7 p.m. With this being the final tune-up before the regular season, fans can expect the lineup to closely resemble the roster Florida may dress on their opening night to kick off the 2019-20 season next Wednesday.
Fans will be able to watch a live stream of the game HERE and can tune in to listen to the radio call of Doug Plagens on 560 WQAM and through the NHL App, which you can download HERE.
The next game at BB&T Center is the regular season Home Opener! Join us at BB&T Center on Oct. 5.
Starting today through Sunday evening until 11:59 p.m. fans can purchase single game tickets to Panthers home games in October and November and enjoy no extra fees.
Take advantage of this special online-only offer brought to you by Coors Light and use this as an opportunity to snag tickets to the Home Opener on Oct. 5!
Funky Buddha Brewery will once again be hosting several watch parties for the Panthers throughout the season. Fans can attend and enjoy a festive atmosphere will fellow Cats fans as well as sip on some very tasty brews and bites. Make sure to stop by Funky Buddha Brewery in Oakland Park for the season opener on Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. More Funky Buddha watch parties below. Stay tunes to FloridaPanthers.com/TerritoryOnTap for all locations to watch!
A full schedule of the watch parties can be found below:
|DATE ||TIME ||OPPONENT |
|October 3rd ||7:00 P.M. ||Tampa Bay Lightning |
|November 27th ||7:00 P.M. ||Washington Capitals |
|January 21st ||8:30 P.M. ||Chicago Blackhawks |
|March 26th ||7:00 P.M. ||Montreal Canadiens |
Mike Matheson and his wife, Emily, teamed up with UNICEF USA to aid The Bahamas in recovering from Hurricane Dorian.
"When you saw the videos, everything was just demolished or underwater," said Mike, who is entering his fourth full season with the Florida Panthers. "It was so bad that they're having a really hard time getting stuff over there. Our first thought was, 'We'd love to help. What can we do?' We were thinking of doing a donation drive and stuff like that, but it sounded, for the most part, that they've been able to get people to donate stuff. They have a lot of supplies, but the difficulty is just getting it over there and having the money to do that."
The couple will match any donation up to $25,000. To donate to their cause, click HERE.
Territory Talk Frank Vatrano joined this week's installment of Territory Talk to talk about the team's expectations heading into the new season, playing with a quick pace under Joel Quenneville and how he has gotten to know Sergei Bobrovsky. Listen below!
Autism Speaks Walk
On Saturday, the Florida Panthers and BB&T Center will once again be hosting the Autism Speaks Walk. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with opening ceremonies scheduled for 9 a.m. You can register and donate today by clicking HERE.
We look forward to seeing you!
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- With the regular season beginning next week, download and sync the Cats schedule to your calendar now!