SUNRISE, Fla. – Bally Sports, the TV and streaming home of the Eastern Conference champion Florida Panthers, is scheduled to broadcast 70 Panthers games during the 2023-24 NHL season, the team and network announced. The coverage will air on Bally Sports Florida and stream in the Bally Sports app.

The puck drops on the 30th-anniversary season with a special one-hour pregame show set for 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12, ahead of the Panthers season opener at the Minnesota Wild at 8 p.m. Other games broadcast by Bally Sports will be preceded by half-hour “Panthers Live” pregame shows. “Panthers Live” postgame coverage will follow each telecast.

Bally Sports’ Panthers schedule also includes the Oct. 19 home opener at Amerant Bank Arena against the Toronto Maple Leafs, two rematches of the 2023 Stanley Cup Final against the Vegas Golden Knights (Dec. 23 and Jan. 4) and the first two games this season against the in-state rival Tampa Bay Lightning (Dec. 27 and Feb. 17).


In addition to airing on Bally Sports Florida, all of the network’s Panthers games and programming will stream on the Bally Sports app and at Fans can access the streaming coverage by logging in through their pay-TV provider or by signing up for Bally Sports+, a streaming service within the Bally Sports app that gives local fans direct access to their favorite hometown teams. New this season, fans can sign up for a Season Pass to Bally Sports+. It is also available on monthly and annual subscription plans. For more information, go to

After covering Florida’s thrilling run to the Stanley Cup Final in the spring, play-by-play announcer Steve “Goldie” Goldstein returns for his 17th season as the TV voice for Panthers hockey. Former Panthers defenseman and 13-year NHL veteran Randy Moller is back as color analyst, providing viewers with expert insight. This season marks five years together in the broadcast booth for the Goldstein-Moller pairing. Katie Engleson enters her second season as the rinkside reporter.

“Panthers Live” hosts Jessica Blaylock and Craig Minervini will be joined again by former Panthers captain Ed Jovanovski and ex-NHL defenseman Jeff Chychrun, who return for their fifth season as pregame, postgame and intermission analysts.

The popular “Inside the Panthers” series returns and will feature player profiles and behind-the-scenes access to other aspects of the team and its operations – all designed to bring the fans closer to their favorite team.

Fans can also listen to in-depth conversations with Panthers players and broadcasters on the “Miami Mic’d Up” podcast hosted by Bally Sports digital reporter Jeremy Taché, available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. For more of the network’s digital coverage, follow @BallyPanthers and @BallySportsFL on X (formerly Twitter), @ballysportsflorida on Instagram, and the Bally Sports Florida & Sun page on Facebook.

To make sure fans don’t miss any of the action this season, Bally Sports will present schedule magnets at the Oct. 24 Panthers game against the San Jose Sharks at Amerant Bank Arena.


Bally Sports Florida and Bally Sports Sun – two Diamond Sports Group-owned regional sports networks – are the local destinations for the Orlando Magic, Miami HEAT, Tampa Bay Rays, Miami Marlins, Tampa Bay Lightning and the Florida Panthers. Together, Bally Sports Florida and Bally Sports Sun present more live, local sports programming than any other network or broadcast system in the market. Serving sports fans across the Sunshine State, the regional networks combine to produce more than 700 live sporting events and over 300 studio-based and original programs year-round. Bally Sports Florida and Bally Sports Sun are committed to making a positive impact in the communities we serve by engaging our audiences and providing award-winning TV, digital and streaming coverage of Florida’s hometown sports teams. For more information and content, visit and follow @BallySportsFL on Twitter, @BallySportsFlorida on Instagram and Bally Sports Florida & Sun on Facebook.