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Panthers and FOX Sports Florida Name Randy Moller TV Color Analyst

Moller to join Steve Goldstein in broadcast booth for 2019-20 season

by Florida Panthers @FlaPanthers /

SUNRISE, Fla. - The Florida Panthers and FOX Sports Florida announced today that Randy Moller has been named Television Color Analyst for the 2019-20 season.

Moller has served as the Panthers television analyst between the benches for each of the last four seasons. He will join longtime Television Play-by-Play Announcer Steve Goldstein in the broadcast booth for the upcoming season. The complete 2019-20 Florida Panthers television broadcast team will be announced prior to the start of the season.

"Randy has been a beloved member of our broadcast team who has a special relationship with our organization, fanbase and the South Florida community," said Panthers President & CEO Matthew Caldwell. "Over the years, Randy's one-of-a-kind personality and knowledge of the game have made him a constant presence in Panthers games on both radio and television. We're thrilled to announce Randy's new role in the broadcast booth and look forward to hearing him and 'Goldie' call the action this season."

"We couldn't be more excited to welcome Randy Moller to the broadcast booth this coming season," said FOX Sports Florida Executive Producer Brett Opdyke. "Randy has served as a terrific ambassador for the franchise and sport for over two decades in South Florida. I have no doubt that his experience and personality will shine on our telecasts alongside Steve Goldstein."

The native of Red Deer, Alberta, has been a member of the Cats' broadcast team since 1996-97 when he began as a radio analyst before becoming the club's radio play-by-play announcer in 2007-08.

Over a 13-year playing career, 'Red Deer' appeared in 815 NHL regular season games, for the Quebec Nordiques (1982-83 to 1988-89), New York Rangers (1989-90 to 1991-92), Buffalo Sabres (1991-92 to 1993-94) and Florida Panthers (1994-95), producing 225 points (45-180-225) and 1,692 PIM.

Moller has served as the Panthers Vice President of Broadcasting & Alumni since 2002 and will continue in this role to oversee Panthers broadcasting and alumni relationships.

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