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PerthProg1954.jpg|A program from a February 6, 1954 match.
 
PerthProg1954.jpg|A program from a February 6, 1954 match.
 
730E8FC4-2D7B-4E68-A096-34272AB7F962.jpeg|Official Program, Perth Panthers vs Raiders - FEB 11, 1950
 
730E8FC4-2D7B-4E68-A096-34272AB7F962.jpeg|Official Program, Perth Panthers vs Raiders - FEB 11, 1950
4CDF8AE6-A1F7-4F08-9197-B253B18A9F9E.jpeg|Official Program inside, Perth Panthers vs Raiders, Feb 11, 1950
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4CDF8AE6-A1F7-4F08-9197-B253B18A9F9E.jpeg|Official Program inside, Perth Panthers vs Tigers, Feb 11, 1950
 
696AF0AA-4B9E-4244-AD04-93B509BA2109.png|Ed John “Smokey” Wilson, Perth Panthers, 1949-1952
 
696AF0AA-4B9E-4244-AD04-93B509BA2109.png|Ed John “Smokey” Wilson, Perth Panthers, 1949-1952
 
96A159BF-3707-45F9-8072-16A0FB9B11B8.jpeg|Edward Wilson, Perth Panthers, 1949-1952
 
96A159BF-3707-45F9-8072-16A0FB9B11B8.jpeg|Edward Wilson, Perth Panthers, 1949-1952

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The Perth Panthers were an ice hockey team in Perth, Scotland. Their home arena was the Central Scotland Ice Rink.

They played in the Scottish National League from 1936 to 1954 (the league was not contested between 1941 and 1946 due to World War II). The Panthers were two-time SNL champions, winning the league in 1938 and 1947.

The club joined the British National League for its inaugural 1954-55 season. After one season in the league, in which they finished seventh, the Panthers folded.

A later incarnation of the Perth Panthers played in the Scottish National League from 2000 to 2002.

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Credits

Special thanks to Martin Harris for supplying the program images.

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