On Tuesday, the Florida Panthers announced that they were laying off several employees because of the uncertainty over the 2012-13 NHL season being wiped out due to a lockout. The biggest name among the casualties, Stanley C. Panther, the team's mascot.
Stanley will be hitting the unemployment line after being with the Panthers since they debuted as an expansion club in 1993. His first game was on October 12, 1993 at the Miami Arena.
We wish Stanley the best. Hopefully, he gets back on his feet soon. We don't want to see him on the news getting arrested while trying to occupy Wall Street.
Below is a video of Stanley in happier times, on a boat to be exact, Lonely Island style.
The Florida Panthers have announced layoffs of some staff members, saying the moves are ''primarily'' because of the NHL lockout.
Panthers President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Yormark released a statement announcing what he called ''staff adjustments'' on Tuesday, the lockout's third full day.
Yormark did not say how many jobs were involved...
The Florida Panthers announced the layoffs of an unknown number of staff members Tuesday, only the third full day of the NHL's lockout.
The Panthers are believed to be the NHL's second team to publicly announce layoffs since the league's collective bargaining agreement with its players expired at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday and ushered in the league's fourth work stoppage...
Fans are upset, outraged, or, at worst, apathetic.Players and owners are jockeying for any support they can get while simultaneously fighting one another for who should have the biggest silver spoon.And there, in the wake of it all, stand the people whose lives are truly affected by the lockout—the employees who are now jobless due to the uncertainty of the 2012-13 season. The...
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Poor Stanley C. Panther. He along was laid off today in a "Cost Cutting" move by the Florida Panthers hockey team.
In case you didn't know: The NHL is in a lockout. Again.
Yeah, we were surprised to hear that too.
So...if the NHL had a lockout and nobody knew it, did it really happen?
Unfortunately in this case...
Thank goodness for the lockout. At least the Panthers will have time to heal. Kris Versteeg said in New York he was two months away from skating after offseason hip surgery, and with Erik Gudbranson's shoulder injury that will have him sidelined into January, a lockout doesn't seem so bad. But who am I kidding?
I know it may seem inconceivable to many who are Hockeybuzz...
The Florida Panthers were among the first teams to lay off staff, and among the terminated was team mascot Stanley C. Panther. Follow along as we join the lovable mascot on three journeys through unemployment.
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East coast readers, just be grateful all this rain isn’t snow.
Peeps got jokes.
The lockout is really bad. The Florida Panthers mascot was laid off.
I wish I was a Kentucky basketball player for a variety of reasons.
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