2008 - Nathan Horton plays in his 300th career NHL game at Nashville.

2001 - Panthers left wing Kristian Huselius is named NHL Rookie of the Month for October.


2008 - Jay Bouwmeester plays in his 400th career NHL game at Atlanta.

2006 - Florida Panthers head coach Jacques Martin posts the 450th win of his career, the 13th NHL coach to reach that mark.


2010 - The Panthers post a franchise record 55 shots on goal against Atlanta at the BankAtlantic Center. Two nights later they record 50 shots on goal against Carolina. The 105 shots was the highest two-game total in the NHL since the New York Rangers posted 107 shots in two games in 1994.

1998 -
Mark Parrish is named Rookie of the Month for October. The right wing scored six goals and added two assists to lead the Panthers and all NHL rookies in scoring.

1997 -
Goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck is named to the USA Olympic Team for the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.


2009 - Defenseman Bryan McCabe plays in his 1,000th NHL game against Washington.

2000 - The Panthers sign veteran left wing Greg Adams and trade defenseman Jaroslav Spacek to Chicago for Anders Eriksson, in a move designed to halt an early season slide.

2003 - General Manager Rick Dudley is named interim head coach of the Panthers, becoming the franchise's seventh head coach.

2010 - The Panthers make their first trip to Winnipeg since 1996 and come away victorious, 5-2. Kris Versteeg tallies his first career hat trick and the only one of the season for the Panthers.

2003 -
Scott Allen is named head coach of the San Antonio Rampage, becoming the third head coach in that team's history.

1995 - Radek Dvorak becomes the franchise's all-time games played leader when he takes to the ice against Minnesota for his 574th game as a Panther, passing Robert Svehla. Dvorak finishes with 613 games before being traded to Atlanta at the trade deadline.

1995 - The Panthers beat the Maple Leafs 6-1 extending their franchise-record winning streak to seven games, a feat unmatched until 2006.

1999 - The Panthers sign unrestricted free agent forward Ray Sheppard, a playoff hero for Florida during the 1995-96 run to the Stanley Cup Finals. He is the second player in team history to return for a second tour of duty (Dallas Eakins is the first).

1996 -
The Panthers conduct an official "ice-breaking" ceremony at the site of their new arena in Sunrise. The event is attended by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, in addition to club and local government officials.

2009 - Cliff Viner and Stu Siegel take over as co-managing partners of the Panthers after a press conference officially announces an ownership change at the BankAtlantic Center.

2005 - Gary Roberts records his 400th career goal aginst the New York Islanders.

2002 -
Olli Jokinen scores two shorthanded goals in a 4-3 overtime loss at Atlanta, setting a franchise individual record and tying a team mark.

1999 -
Panthers Vice President and General Manager Bryan Murray sends goaltender Sean Burke and a fifth-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft to Phoenix for goalie Mikhail Shtalenkov and the Coyotes’ fourth-round pick in 2000.

2011 - The Panthers find themselves down three goals after the first period against the New Jersey Devils. The Comeback Cats then proceed to score two goals in the second and two more in the third to get their largest regulation comeback in franchise history.

2001 -
The Panthers beat the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, 6-0, tying the team record for largest margin of victory at home, achieved twice before.

1997 - Vice President and General Manager Bryan Murray is named head coach, replacing Doug MacLean.

2005 - Olli Jokinen scores his first career hat trick versus the Pittsburgh Penguins.

1997 - In Bryan Murray’s first game behind the Florida bench, the Panthers set a team record by scoring 10 goals in a 10-5 win over the Boston Bruins. Team records are also set in combined goals and total points.

2007 - Panthers head coach Jacques Martin sets a new franchise record with his 84th coaching victory as Cats bench boss in a 2-1 shootout win over Washington.

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