SUNRISE, Fla. – Florida Panthers Vice President of Broadcasting and Panthers alumni Randy Moller
announced today the Panthers Radio Network stations for the 2016-17 season.
CBS Radio Miami’s 560 WQAM will continue to serve as the Panthers flagship station, broadcasting all 82 games, as well as playoff contests. Throughout the season, select games can also be heard across Florida on Alpha Media’s WMEN-AM FOX Sports 640 (Palm Beach), Florida Keys Media’s WCTH-FM Thunder Country 100.3 (Florida Keys), and iHeart Media’s WAXE 1370/107.9 (Treasure Coast). The broadcast team of play-by-play announcer Doug Plagens and color analyst Bill Lindsay will call the action. Plagens and Linsday’s broadcast of the games can also be heard at FloridaPanthers.com.
“We are very excited to welcome WCTH Thunder Country in the Florida Keys to our group of returning stations on the Florida Panthers Radio Network,” said Moller. “The Network boasts a terrific lineup of stations for Panthers fans to hear all of the action across the state from the Florida Keys to the treasure coast.”
ESPN Deportes Miami (WNMA-AM 1210) and Good Karma Broadcasting’s ESPN Deportes 760 (WEFL-AM) in West Palm Beach will serve as the team’s Spanish-language broadcast partners. The broadcast team of play-by-play announcer Arley Londoño and color analyst Octavio Sequera return to call Panthers home games throughout the season.
“The Florida Panthers are committed to engaging with the entire community here in South Florida,” said Panthers Executive Chairman Peter Luukko. “We are thrilled to announce that for the third consecutive season Panthers hockey will continue to be heard on ESPN Deportes for our Spanish-speaking fans throughout the tri-county area.”
All stations that are part of the Panthers Radio Network will feature interviews and segments with Panthers personalities including ownership, management and players.