The average ticket price for Florida Panthers regular season games has fluctuated over the past six seasons. The Panthers had their lowest average ticket price during the 2011-2012 and 2013-2014 seasons, with a $26 ticket price. The highest average ticket price came during the 2015-2016 season with a $37 ticket price. The current average ticket price for the 2016-2017 Florida Panthers season is at $30, a 23% decrease from the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Panthers Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Florida Panthers schedule is set and the Panthers are looking to have the same success as they did last season. The Panthers finished 1st in the Atlantic Division and 3rd in the Eastern Conference. The Panthers are hoping that newly acquired free agents James Reimer, Jason Demers, Colton Sceviour, and Jonathan Marchessault will help them surpass the success of their last season, as they were only able to make it to the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, where they lost to the New York Islanders in a 4-2 series. TicketCity is the place to go for Florida Panthers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Panthers at BBT Center, or supporting Florida on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Florida Panthers tickets, including home and away games.
Florida Panthers Hockey at BB&T Center Address: 1 Panther Pkwy, Sunrise, Florida, 33323
The Panthers play all their home games at the BB&T Center, located in Sunrise, Florida. When filled to capacity, the BB&T Center holds over 19,000 screaming fans. The state-of-the-art facility holds numerous sporting events throughout the year including boxing and mixed martial arts. The BB&T Center also hosts many entertainment acts as well. The Florida Panthers home bench is on the BB&T Center rink side in front of sections 101 & 102. BB&T Center parking information is covered in our Panthers event guide.
Panthers vs. Lightning
The Lightning and Panthers are in the same stat and division, so the rivalry was bound to happen since they were both brought into the league in the early 90s. Since they came in the league, the two clubs have wanted to prove they were the better expansion choice. Lots of fights have come through the Battle of the Sunshine State, but the Panthers have won most of them thus far.
Panthers vs. Hurricanes
Even during stretches where both the Panthers and Canes were struggling, they found good matchups between the two. Hockey in the southeast started out late, but these two geographical rivals have had some exciting games over the years. The two became rivals in 1998 when they finally were in the same division. They’ve been moved again, but it looks like the rivalry will continue on, just fewer times a season.
Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Chamionship, and NHL Playoffs
The Florida Panthers are one of the NHL’s newest teams, entering the league in 1993. They have experienced some mild success winning the 1996 Western Conference Championship making it to that year’s Stanley Cup Finals. They have made it to a nice four NHL Playoffs since their inaugural season.
2015 Florida Panthers Season Preview
The Florida Panthers missed a playoff berth last season by only 8 points. While disappointing, the strong finish left hope that the Panthers have their best shot at making an appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs in 4 years coming into 2015. The 2015 Florida Panthers will feature a younger roster than a season ago, with the youngster Reilly Smith looking to restart his career in Florida in 2015. The Panthers will look for 2nd year defenseman Aaron Ekblad to take a step further in 2015, after putting together a fantastic rookie season. The biggest key for the 2015 Florida Panthers playoff chances may rest on the shoulders of Roberto Luongo and his ability to play stellar goaltending night in and night out. If the 37 year old can put forth the same numbers he did a season ago, the Panthers have a good chance of contending in a deep Eastern Conference.
2014 Florida Panthers Season Preview
The Florida Panthers struggled in the 2013 NHL season. Florida finished the season 29-45, and almost 30 points outside the NHL Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot. This result led Panthers general manager Dale Tallon to go on a giant spending spree, bringing in loads of veteran talent. Tallon brought proven championship players in Willie Mitchell, Dave Bolland, Shawn Thornton, and Jussi Jokinen to Florida in hopes of quickly turning the Panthers into contenders. When those players are added to the returning stars of Aleksander Brokov and Roberto Luongo, the Florida Panthers look to be a much improved team for 2014. With so much change in Florida, it is hard to tell exactly where the Panthers will finish in the Eastern Conference, but expect the Florida Panthers to be playing meaningful games late into the season.
2013 Florida Panthers Season Preview
It’s the 20th season of Panthers hockey, and the Florida fans are hoping it goes better than the 19th did. Tim Thomas has joined the club at goalkeeper, only a few years removed from his remarkable 2011 season that ended with a Stanley Cup title in Boston. The Panthers have moved from the Southeast division into the brand new Atlantic division, which will only make it more difficult with new, tough Eastern Conference opponents. The fans will win in the long run, getting to see the storied franchises at home week after week. The Panthers will play a five-game homestand that will begin on Nov. 25, and will include match ups against the Flyers, Rangers, Penguins, Senators and Jets. They’ll be rewarded afterwards will more tough games on the road against the Red Wings and defending-champion Blackhawks.
2012 Florida Panthers Season Preview
The Florida Panthers were one of the biggest surprises of the 2011-12 NHL season and finished with a 38-26-18 record and the third spot in the Eastern Conference. Riding a wave of momentum throughout the regular season behind first-year coach Kevin Dineen, the Panthers made their first appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs since 1999 and surged to a 3-2 lead over the eventual Eastern Conference champion New Jersey Devils. However, the Panthers weren't able to hold their advantage and were knocked out in the first round, but fans have seen their team improve dramatically over the past several years and are hopeful that their boys can take the next step during the 2012-13 season. Offensively, the Panthers will return largely the same squad that got them into the playoffs last year, including Tomas Fleischmann, who lead the team in points and goals during the 2011-12 season. Along with center Stephen Weiss and winger Kris Versteeg, the Panthers will continue to have one of the most potent first lines in the NHL. The only key acquisition of note for the Panthers this offseason was the addition of forward Peter Mueller, who should bolster the depth along the team's back lines. The biggest loss for the Panthers was defenseman Jason Garrison, who lead the team in power play goals last season. The Panthers are hoping that newly-signed defenseman Filip Kuba can help to fill that void, along with longtime defensive standouts like Brian Campbell, Mike Weaver and Dmitry Kulikov. At goalie, the Panthers were able to retain backup goaltender Scott Clemmensen, who proved to be a valuable asset during the team's playoff stretch. Of course, the starting goalie duties will continue to be locked down by Jose Theodore, who posted a .917 save percentage during the 2011-12 season. The Florida Panthers' season will kick off on October 13 against the Tampa Bay Lightning, and the team will hoist its 2011-12 Southeast Division Championship to the rafters in what is expected to be a special moment for Panthers' fans. The team will play important home games against the New York Rangers in a New Year's Eve showdown, and will host the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings on March 30th. While the team has certainly undergone its fair share of changes in the offseason, the squad has high hopes that they can continue their quest for their first Stanley Cup.
Florida Panthers - 11/30/2016
The Florida Panthers have fired their head coach Gerard Gallant and have hired the Panthers GM Tom Rowe, as the head coach for the remainder of the season. The Panthers are currently 6th in the Atlantic Division with a 11-10-2 record.