Panthers Unveil New Scoreboard

In an offseason that saw several new additions join the Florida Panthers family both on and off the ice, the team’s final new addition, a brand new state-of-the-art scoreboard, is set to be unveiled tonight in front of a full house at the BB&T Center in Sunrise as the team hosts the Pittsburgh Penguins at 7:30 P.M.

The new scoreboard measures 30 x 40 feet and was designed by Anthony James Partners. This state-of-the-art project boasts one of the first pitched-forward, 360-degree continuous primary screens in professional sports. The 6mm LED high-definition screens will measure 16-feet high and wrap approximately 168-feet around the scoreboard. Although the scoreboard will be predominantly digital, it still contains both the BB&T Center and Broward County logos.

Below is one of the first images of the team’s new scoreboard, courtesy of “@PensInsideScoop”.


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Game Day Preview: Penguins vs. Panthers. Always The Same




 After a week on the road, the Florida Panthers will finally come home to the friendly confines of south Florida and the BB & T Center to host the Pittsburgh Penguins for their home opener.  The only good thing about the four game road swing was game one, which the Panthers played a very complete game to beat Dallas 4-2.  Since then it’s been a downward sprial with losses to St. Louis, Philadelphia and Tampa Bay.  It’s not only that the Panthers have lost three in a row, it’s the way they’ve lost, which has to leave a bad taste in their mouths.

The shellacking in St. Louis, and the beating received in Tampa surrounded a valiant effort In Philadelphia.  However, there is no column for effort, and things need to turn quickly.  The Panthers who have been outscored 16-3 in the three losses must tighten up their defence for one, and must forecheck and backcheck better as well.  Both were problems last season with an injury riddled team.  A reversal of fortune was expected with the addition of veterans Tom Gilbert and Ryan Whitney on defence.   The turnaround has yet to materialize.

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Panthers Lifeless In Tampa

There’s not too much recap here as the Florida Panthers had a team put up a touchdown on them for the second time in three games. This time, the culprit was the cross-state Tampa Bay Lightning, who took advantage of a sloppy effort from the Cats at both ends of the ice in a 7-2 thrashing.
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