It’s hard to believe that just one year ago Panther Parkway was born. I’ve made many decisions in my lifetime, some good, and some….. well…..not so good. However the decision to leave the network that we were affiliated with for three years and start our own website, has turned out to be one of the best decisions that I could have made. On September 7th of 2012, this story was published telling our loyal readers of the good news. While The Rat Trick was where we started, leaving that site and starting Panther Parkway has turned out to be a bigger success than we originally thought.
We still have some work to do on the site itself, however I truly believe that we have established ourselves in the blogosphere as a premiere site for all your Florida Panthers information, as well as other stories of interest in and around the NHL. As we approach the start of the regular season, we’re looking to make some cosmetic changes to the site which will include a new format, a new design, and some additional surprises along the way. Our podcast, Panther Parkway Radio, hosted by Paige Lewis has received rave reviews, and we’ll continue to do those on a regular basis. We also have plans to do some very unique “in game” and “post game” work for our home games this season. We invite you to continue coming to our site on a daily basis. In addition, please make sure that you continue following all of us on Twitter, and if you haven’t already, go and “like” our Facebook Fan Page!
Life has been significantly better for me at least since the move was made, and I want to personally thank all of our loyal fans that read and interact with us on a daily basis. We appreciate your feedback, and really enjoy the conversations that we have. I’ve made a number of friends the along the way, and while I also seem to have lost a few as well, I would like everyone to know that my passion for this sport runs very deep. Don’t take anything that I say to heart. It’s that passion that all of us here at Panther Parkway share, and is also what motivates us to do the work we do.