Fifth Place, Southeast Division
14th Place In Eastern Conference
Did Not Qualify For Playoffs
  32-37-13 (77 Pts)
208 GF
244 GA

82 32 .470 82 32 .470

2 Keith Ballard
D 29 Tomas Vokoun C
4 Dennis Seidenberg
D 30 Scott Clemmensen G
5 Bryan Allen
D 32 Michal Repik*
6 Ville Koistinen
D 34 Alexander Salak*
9 Stephen Weiss
C 41 Shawn Matthias
10 David Booth
LW 43 Dmitry Kulikov
11 Gregory Campbell
C 44 Jordan Leopold C
14 Radek Dvorak
RW 52 Jason Garrison*
16 Nathan Horton
C 61 Cory Stillman
24 Bryan McCabe "C" D 67 Michael Frolik
27 Steven Reinprecht
C 68 Mike Duco*
28 Kamil Kreps
C 85 Rostislav Olesz C
   *Did Not Dress  

Millenium Men
Bryan McCabe skated in his 1,000th career National Hockey League game on Nov. 6 vs. Washington Capitals, while Radek Dvorak played in his 1,000th career National Hockey League game Dec. 7 vs. Edmonton Oilers.
Changing Of The Guard
On Nov. 16, Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced that Cliff Viner and Stu Siegel assumed the roles of Co-Managing Partners of SSE, the Florida Panthers and the BankAtlantic Center. Under this new ownership structure, Viner is the club’s Chairman/Alternate Governor, while Siegel is the CEO/NHL Governor.
Hats Off To Them
With his three goal effort on Jan. 3 vs. Pittsburgh, Radek Dvorak became the fourth Panthers player to record a hat trick in the season, joining Nathan Horton (Dec. 14 at NYI), Stephen Weiss (Dec. 2 vs. Colorado) and Steven Reinprecht (Oct. 30 at Dallas). In addition, it marked just the second time in the club's franchise history that four different players have recorded a hat trick in a single season for Florida. The only other time this occurred was during the 2005-06 season when Horton, Olli Jokinen, Jon Sim and Joe Nieuwendyk recorded hat tricks.
One Heck Of A Day
The Panthers collected their 500th victory in franchise history with a 3-2 shootout victory over Minnesota on Mar. 9. The first win in franchise history was Oct. 9, 1993 at Tampa Bay (2-0) while the team's 250th victory came on Oct. 26, 2001 against the LA Kings (3-2). The Panthers also set a new franchise low for shots against in a single game (including overtime) as they held Minnesota to just 11 shots en route to the victory. The previous mark was set when the Cats held the L.A. Kings to 12 shots during a 2-2 tie on Oct. 28, 1997.
Unveiling The Den
The Florida Panthers unveiled the Den of Honor prior to the club's game against the Buffalo Sabres on Mar. 20. The Den of Honor commemorates key figures in team history as well as the growth of youth and high school hockey in South Florida. Brian Skrudland, Scott Mellanby, Bill Linsday, Paul Laus and other notable Panther alumni appeared at the Den's opening.
Date Opponent Result
Apr. 11 TBL 1-3 L
Apr. 10 @TBL 3-4 SOL
Apr. 8 NJD 3-2 W
Apr. 6 OTT 2-5 L
Apr. 3 NYR 1-4 L

Name G PTS
Stephen Weiss 28 60
Nathan Horton 20 57
Bryan McCabe 17 43
Michael Frolik 22 43
Steven Reinprecht 21 38

Player Rd Pick
Dmitry Kulikov 1 14
Drew Shore 2 44
Josh Birkholz 3 67
Garrett Wilson 4 107
Corban Knight 5 135
Wade Megan  5 138
Scott Timmins  6  165
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