Victory against the Rangers & Upcoming schedule

Our team at Storm Tight Windows is very excited and over the moon about the recent games and overall performance from the Florida Panthers the past few games. The Florida Panthers have played the toughest teams in the NHL and yet only lost a few games (very competitive games), followed by a few shootouts victories. 

This past weekend the Cats gave hockey fans a great show with another big win against the Rangers, in a very close game where every goal was quickly followed by another one from either team. Also, this win was very special for the Panthers and, their head coach Joel Quenneville who reached his 900th career win after beating the New York Rangers. The win against New York marked an historic event for coach Quenneville and solidified the Panthers' mindset for the upcoming games.

The past few weeks for the Panthers are a great example of the team’s resilience after losing a few games in a row, and with the ability to bounce back with consecutive wins after defeat. Having won two games against the New York Rangers and one over the Boston Bruins, that should give the Panthers enough confidence to continue their winning streak in the upcoming games against the Philadelphia Flyers and Anaheim Ducks. However, the team is not letting their guard down. The Panthers have commented in previous press releases that “losing two consecutive games is not a good sign” and “winning two games does not guarantee the 3rd win”, so the team is focusing on taking one game at a time, and making the best out of each play at every game. 

Who's Next?

This week’s games for the Panthers include twos home games, one against the Philadelphia Flyers and another one against the Anaheim Ducks. On Saturday Nov 23rd, the Florida Panthers will go away to play against the Carolina Hurricanes and on Sunday the cats will return home and play the Buffalo Sabres to close the week’s games.

This Tuesday Nov 19th the Panthers hold their fifth-annual Panther Conservation Night at the BB&T Center in benefit of local wildlife sanctuary in Flamingo Gardens to help the Florida Panthers conservation efforts. Panthers remain one of the most-endangered mammals worldwide, hence why eight organizations (including Zoo Miami and the Florida Wildlife Federation) will be at the Florida Panthers game this Tuesday raising funds and awareness to protect the species.

Also, if you are coming to the game Tuesday and Thursday night please stop by and say HELLO to our team from Storm Tight Windows booth near the Den of Honor and sign up to win $25,000 in impact Windows for your home. Remember, Storm Tight Windows is the official window sponsor of the Florida Panthers. We are less than 30 days from announcing this year’s winner!

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