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4.3

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Good Experience

BB&T Center - Sunrise

As part of my ongoing journey to attend a home game of every NHL team, the Florida Panthers were my 18th. It was a good experience., especially with the Tampa Bay Lightning in town. Good arena, aesthetically pleasing and generally good access to major roads.

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Great night at the hockey game

BB&T Center - Sunrise

The game was great. The arena was clean and our seats were great. The food was good and the entertainment added to the atmosphere. It is a great place to see a game.

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Lots of fun.

BB&T Center - Sunrise

Took my son to the hockey game and had a great time. The arena is great.

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very good

BB&T Center - Sunrise

very good experience easy to get byyour web site very nice to have the tickets in my phone very convenient tank you

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Very enjoyable!!

BB&T Center - Sunrise

We had great seats, great prices, and the $5 beer Thirsty Thursdays was a great perk!! I like BB&T arena a little far out but worth the drive once there. I'll be back to BB&T for future sporting events as well as concerts

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Wish the Pens had played better

BB&T Center - Sunrise

Disappointed the Pens suffered an OTL but nice evening at the rink. Two minor complaints, both related to parking: 1) entrances to lots were poorly marked and 2) Panthers website said Club Lexus tickets included valet parking, which was not in evidence. Otherwise, arena was nice, food was good, staff was helpful.

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Amazing

BB&T Center - Sunrise

We enjoy a lot the game. It was our first experience. We are from Uruguay. In our small we have never seen ice in our lives. For that reason we enjoy double. Vamo arriba la celeste.

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Amazing seats

BB&T Center - Sunrise

My friend and I went the seat and it was excellent seats and we had a of really good time

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Great time!

BB&T Center - Sunrise

We had a great time, lots of fun and lots of entertainment. Good food and drink also!👍🏻👍🏻👏🏼

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Amazing game! Great Service! Great seats!

BB&T Center - Sunrise

I purchased these tickets as a Christmas gift for my father as a family outting with him, my mother, and myself. We had such a perfect evening. The arena is always super clean and tidy. The staff is always friendly and attentive. Going through security and the gate was a breeze. The Corona Beach House is the best way to go! They offer delicious food selections and a great bar to pair with. We wined and dined the night away for sure.

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Florida Panthers at BB&T Center

The Florida Panthers celebrate their 25th season in the NHL at BB&T Center, after an exceptionally strong finish to the 2017-18 season. They went 25-8-3 after the All-Star break, earning the most wins the league following the break. Second-year head coach Bob Boughner will aim to take that momentum into the new season.

The Panthers kick off their home slate Oct. 11 against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Florida Panthers 2018-19 Season

Florida's strong finish was powered by Aleksander Barkov and Vincent Trocheck, the first Panthers duo with at least 75 points in a season. But their record of 44-30-8 (with a team-record 27 of those wins coming at home) left them one agonizing point short of a Playoff berth.

Barkov will return and will be joined on the top line by Evgenii Dadonov and Nick Bjugstad. Trocheck also will return, along with Jonathan Huberdeau and cadre of top defensemen, including Aaron Ekblad, Keith Yandle, and Mike Matheson. The additions of forward Mike Hoffman and NCAA standout Henrik Borgstrom will further strengthen the Panthers offense, while the goaltending tandem of James Reimer and franchise cornerstone Roberto Luongo remains solid.

Plus, general manager Dale Tallon has some flexibility to add pieces to the Panthers' puzzle.

Florida Panthers History

Established in 1993, the Panthers soon proved to be a force in the Eastern Conference. In only their third year, the 1995-96 season, they rocketed into the Playoffs, led by their top scorers — Scott Mellanby and Rob Niedermayer — and the goaltending of John Vanbiesbrouck. They defeated the Boston Bruins (on Bill Lindsay's memorable series clincher) in the first round. Florida then upset the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins to advance to the Stanley Cup® Finals. There, the Panthers were swept by a powerful Colorado Avalanche team.

In 1996-97, the team fizzled after a hot start and lost in the Playoffs to Wayne Gretzky and the New York Rangers. Three years later, and one year after moving into their new arena, the Panthers reached the Playoffs again behind a 94-point season from the NHL's leading goal scorer Pavel Bure, aka "The Russian Rocket." Even though the Panthers boasted two 70-point scorers in Ray Whitney and Viktor Kozlov playing alongside Bure, the Panthers again fell in the first round, this time to the eventual Stanley Cup® Champions, the New Jersey Devils.

More than a decade of struggles followed, until the 2011-12 season. Led by the balanced scoring attack of Tomas Fleischmann, Stephen Weiss, Kris Versteeg, Jason Garrison and Brian Campbell — the Panthers won the Southeast Division. Facing the Devils in the Playoffs, the Panthers took a 3-2 series lead, but New Jersey rallied in overtime in Game 6 and double overtime in Game 7 to advance.

The team's latest foray into the Playoffs came in 2015-16, when, after a franchise-record 12-game winning streak, the Jaromir Jagr-led Panthers won the Atlantic Division. Despite Florida's best regular season in franchise history, the New York Islanders upset them in the first round of the Playoffs.