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Second Place, Southeast Division
5th Place In Eastern Conference
Lost Eastern Conf. Quarterfinals to NJD
  43-27-6-6 (98 Pts)
244 GF
201 GA
FULL STANDINGS›
 

TERRY MURRAY   BRYAN MURRAY
GC W PCT. GM W PCT.
82 43 .598 82 43 .598
 

# PLAYER POS   # PLAYER POS
2 Lance Pitlick
D 21 Mark Parrish
RW
3 Paul Laus
RW 22 Todd Simpson
D
4 Bret Hedican
D 23 Chris Wells
C
5 Filip Kuba*
D 24 Robert Svehla
D
7 Mike Wilson*
D 25 Viktor Kozlov
C
8 Peter Worrell*
LW 27 Scott Mellanby "C"
LW
10 Pavel Bure
RW 28 Jaroslav Spacek
D
14 Ray Whitney
LW 29 Ryan Johnson
LW
15 John Jakopin
D 31 Sean Burke
G
16 Oleg Kvasha
C 37 Trevor Kidd
G
18 Cam Stewart
LW 44 Rob Niedermayer
C
19 Radek Dvorak
RW
           
  *Did Not Dress  
COMPLETE ROSTER›
 

 
The Return Of Ray
The Panthers sign unrestricted free agent Forward Ray Sheppard, a playoff hero for Florida during the 1995-96 run to the Stanley Cup Finals. He is the second player in team history to return for a second tour of duty (Dallas Eakins) on November 15, 1999.
 
Starting The Millennium In Style
The Panthers kick off the new millennium with a 7-5 home win over Tampa Bay. Pavel Bure ties a team record with four goals in the contest and equals his own franchise mark of three goals in a period. Mike Vernon notches his first victory in a Panthers uniform on January 1, 2000.
 
1,000 For Mellanby
Panthers Captain Scott Mellanby plays in his 1,000th NHL game. He leads the Cats by scoring the opening goal in Florida's 3-1 home victory over Toronto on March 1, 2000.
 
That's A Deadly Brother Combination
National Car Rental Center sees a National Hockey League record fall, as Pavel Bure scores a goal. Bure's tally breaks the NHL mark for goals by a brother combination in one season (89), topping the record set by Bobby and Dennis Hull in 1968-69. Pavel and his brother Valeri would combine for 93 goals on the season. The Cats beat Montreal 4-2 on March 25, 2000.
 
A Season Like No Other
The Cats conclude their most successful season ever in terms of wins (43) and points in the standings (98) on April 9, 2000. Florida would lose in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals to eventual Stanley Cup Winners, the New Jersey Devils on April 20.
 
 
   
Date Opponent Result
Apr. 9 @NYI 2-3 L
Apr. 8 @NJD 1-2 OTL
Apr. 5 BOS 6-3 W
Apr. 3 NJD 5-2 W
Apr. 1 TBL 3-3 T
GAME-BY-GAME›

   
Name G PTS
Pavel Bure 58 94
Ray Whitney 29 71
Viktor Kozlov 17 70
Robert Svehla 9 49
Scott Mellanby
18 46
FULL STATS›

   
Player Rd Pick
Denis Shvidki 1 12
Alex Auld 2 40
Niklas Hagman 3 70
Jean-Francois Laniel 3 80
Morgan McCormick 4 103
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