Click above to buy a ticket for the Panthers vs. the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday, March 3, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. at the BankAtlantic Center. Click the link below for Panthers vs. the Buffalo Sabres tickets:
- Buy here for Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 7 p.m. vs. the Buffalo Sabres.
Experience a fast-paced, perpetual-motion sport in the highest possible definition with today’s side deal: for $45, you get one ticket to a Panthers game on the team’s home ice, the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise. With the links above, pick either Wednesday, March 3, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. vs. the Philadelphia Flyers or Saturday, March 20, 2010, at 7 p.m. vs. the Buffalo Sabres. Your Groupon is only good on the night of the game you purchase, so make sure to buy from the correct link.
Your ticket will be in the Lexus Club level, which is in the 300-block and a $75 value. Check out a simulated view of your seats here. You’ll find out the exact location of your seat on game day. Purchasing multiple tickets in the same order will guarantee seats together; tickets purchased across separate orders will not. Sitting in the Lexus Club level also gets you access to the AvMed All-Star Cafe, which offers a full view of the rink and a quick escape from self-invited co-workers in a 10,000-square-foot sports-bar environment. Round up a group of hockey hooligans to don your four-man panther costume one last time before the 2009–2010 regular season comes to an end.
The Miami Herald recounts the Panthers’ thrilling recent win against the Tampa Bay Lightning: > * The Panthers started Saturday’s game quickly. [Cory] Stillman got his first goal on a power play chance when he knocked in a pass from Steven Reinprecht past starter Antero Niittymaki just 4:07 into the game…The Lightning scored two goals in the first to tie it up, but then it was all Panthers. Bryan Allen scored from the blue line to make it 3-2 only 32 seconds after Andrej Meszaros scored, then [Rotislav] Olesz got the only goals of the second. But the Panthers held their lead thanks to their goalie. “It was all [Tomas] Vokoun,’’ said Stillman, who was trying for his fifth career hat trick. “He stood on his head and made some saves. It’s a game where he’s really the first star. It was a big two points for us.’’ – George Richards