About The Writers
Panther Parkway has many great writers, here they are.
Editor/Founder of Panther Parkway: Frank Rekas
Born and raised in Chicago, I grew up a Blackhawks fan. Still am and always will be. I am “committed to the Indian”. However since moving to South Florida in 1993 I have followed the Florida Panthers. I am a passionate fan of hockey and love to talk about it with anyone who will listen/put up with me. I have many great memories of my time in Chicago, and still have a brick from the old Chicago Stadium which was given to all season ticketholders after it was taken down.
I was the original writer for The Rat Trick, and am the founder of Panther Parkway. As a credentialed media member for the Florida Panthers, our focus will be on Panthers hockey, as well as other NHL news, and bring you tons of music videos. Mostly Bruce Springsteen, but you already know that.
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Lead Writer: David Lasseter
I’m one of the rare people who were actually born and raised here in South Florida. Grew up on football and soccer until I discovered the NHL through video games in the early 90s and the heyday of the Sega Genesis. A few years later, the Florida Panthers were born and the fuse was lit! Now, this site gives me the opportunities to do one of the things I truly love: talking hockey. Also love talking about Florida Gator football, comics, music, movies and Star Wars.
Social Media/Editor/Staff Writer: Paige Lewis
Radio Producer: Josh Luecht
Growing up in South Florida it’s a twist to become an avid fan of a sport that has to do with ice…
I’m a South Florida born and raised kid who loves to watch hockey. I only got my Panthers season tickets two years ago, but I’ve made a concerted effort to watch every game, home and away. The more games I’ve watched, the more I’ve learned about hockey and the right way to play it. Those glory days of Bure and Mellanby are faint in my memories: they were before my time. I’m looking forward to watching and writing about the playoff days again in Sunrise. Lord knows we could use some playoffs.