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Cats announce Flex Plans, Wild re-sign Warner

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The Florida Panthers have announced seven different Flex Plans allow fans who don’t want to purchase a full season ticket plan. Flex Plans allow fans to ‘Build Your Perfect Plan’ by choosing from any combination of games and seating locations at just a 20-ticket minimum. Let’s take a look at what’s on offer:

The Premier Plus Plan:

For the fan who wants to catch all of the hottest opponents, the Premier Plus Plan features 12 games against rivals such as the Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks and more.

The Premier Plan:

Catch the Cats against exciting teams including the Toronto Maple Leafs, Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers. This plan includes 10 games.

The ‘Thirsty Thursday’ Plan:

This plan offers a ticket to all 12 $5 Beer night home games at BB&T Center. Make Panthers Hockey your Thursday night routine.

The ‘Weekender’ Plan:

Make the Florida Panthers your weekend plans. This plan offers tickets to 10 of the best Saturday and Sunday matchups at BB&T Center.

The ‘Home for the Holidays’ Plan:

This plan is a fan’s dream package to attend matchups at BB&T Center around the Holiday season. Games range from November to January with exciting opponents.

The ‘Weekday/School Night’ Plan:

Have fun even on a school night with the Florida Panthers weekday plan. This package is also perfect for entertaining clients or rewarding employees at your business.

The ‘Snowbird’ Plan:

Flock to BB&T Center for 10 pre-selected games throughout the Panthers Winter months.

Purchase Flex Plans by visiting FloridaPanthers.com/FlexPlans or calling 954-835-7825.

Hockey Headlines

In what was a very quiet weekend around the NHL, the Minnesota Wild re-signed restricted free agent defenseman Hunter Warner to one-year, two-way contract. The undrafted Warner has spent the last three seasons with AHL Iowa. (Sportsnet)