Florida Panthers to host Pride Night in Saturday’s game – NBC 6 South Florida


The Florida Panthers will celebrate the LGBTQ+ community on Saturday with their annual Pride Night.

Florida will host the Detroit Red Wings at 6 p.m. in the FLA Live Arena.

The Panthers will wear special warm-up jerseys that will be available for purchase after warm-ups. Players will also use rainbow tape during warm-ups.

The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida will sing the national anthem and Pride pins will be available at Pantherland at the FLA Live Arena, with all proceeds going to the Florida Panthers Foundation.

Throughout the night and throughout the season, fans can purchase a double Stoli cocktail and request the exclusive “Love Wins” souvenir cup at any bar in the arena. A portion of all proceeds from each cocktail will be donated to the Harvey Milk Foundation.

The Foundation encourages local, regional, national and global organizations to learn and use Harvey Milk’s story and coalition building technique, supporting LGBTQ+ youth.

The Panthers will honor U.S. Army veteran Latoya Green that night as part of their Heroes Among Us program.

Latoya was deployed to Iraq and Kuwait in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom during her military service and is a recipient of the Army Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal and the National Defense Service Medal. .

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