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Panthers Extend Contracts of Team Broadcasters

by Staff Writer / Florida Panthers
SUNRISE, FL – Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced today that it has extended the contracts of its Florida Panthers team broadcasters. Radio Play-By-Play Broadcaster Randy Moller, TV Play-By-Play Broadcaster Steve Goldstein and TV Analyst Bill Lindsay have all been signed to long-term extensions.

“We’re thrilled to announce the extension of our team broadcasters,” said SSE President & COO Michael Yormark. “Randy, Steve and Bill provide top-notch coverage of Panthers games and are among the NHL’s best for their hockey knowledge and enthusiastic reporting. These extensions are further proof of our long-term commitment to providing Panthers fans with the best TV and radio broadcasts possible.”

Moller, Vice President of Broadcasting & Panthers Alumni, is in his fifth season as the team’s radio voice, broadcasting Panthers games on 560 WQAM. The former Panthers defenseman was voted South Florida’s best sports radio play-by-play broadcaster in an online poll by the Miami Herald in 2010, due to his insightful and entertaining broadcast.

Goldstein is in his fifth season as the Panthers play-by-play voice on FOX Sports Florida following his stint as the team’s radio broadcaster.

Lindsay, a member of the 1996 Panthers Eastern Conference Championship team, is in his third season as the team’s analyst on FOX Sports Florida. A 14-year NHL veteran, he provides fans with inside knowledge of the game during the team’s broadcasts.

The announcement of the broadcasters’ contract extensions comes after the Panthers and FOX Sports agreed to a multi-year extension on their official television rights partnership at the beginning of this season.

Sunrise Sports & Entertainment is the premier company of its kind in South Florida. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Home to more than 200 events annually and the Florida Panthers hockey club, the Broward County-owned BankAtlantic Center welcomes more than two million guests each year.

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