Steve " Goldie" Goldstein is a sports broadcasting veteran in South Florida.
Goldstein is the longtime hockey voice of the NHL's Florida Panthers. With the team since 1997, he's in his 12th season as TV play-by-play announcer on Fox Sports Florida.
In addition, Steve anchors sports and news for CBS-TV Miami and serves as tennis play by play broadcaster for the USTA, including the 2017 US Open.
He also calls play by play and serves other roles for NBC Sports Radio/Westwood One's NHL coverage, including the 2016 and 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs and Finals.
Goldie has extensive national experience, working 4 Olympics for CBS Radio/Westwood One, serving as the play-by-play voice for Olympic hockey at the 2010 games in Vancouver and the 2014 Sochi Games. He hosted the network's 1998 hockey coverage in Nagano, Japan and was a producer for the '94 Lillehammer games. Goldstein also hosted NFL shows for CBS Radio/Westwood One network.
Prior to taking over the Panthers TV job, Steve was the radio play by play announcer. He also hosted the pre and post game radio shows for the Panthers, Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes.
Goldie has hosted Panthers and Dolphins weekly TV programs and morning drive radio on WQAM and WINZ radio in Miami. He's hosted various radio shows in South Florida and nationally for more than 20 years.
Steve is from Brooklyn, NY and attended Syracuse University, graduating from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
He resides in Weston with wife Dana and boys Jake and Kyle.
Denis Potvin returns to the Florida Panthers broadcast booth for the 2018-19 season as the team's color analyst. He previously served as the team's color commentator for Florida's first 16 seasons in the National Hockey League.
The cornerstone of the New York Islanders' four Stanley Cup championship teams in the early 1980's, Potvin retired in 1988 as the National Hockey League's leader in goals and points by a defenseman and is a three-time winner of the James Norris Memorial Trophy (Top Defenseman).
After a stellar career on and off the ice, Potvin was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame and Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame in 1991.
Potvin got his start in sports broadcasting in 1989 with SportsChannel New York covering NHL games. He spent the last four years working as the color commentator for Ottawa Senators broadcasts on Rogers Sportsnet.
Potvin and his wife, Valerie, are the proud parents of their three grown children, Madeleine, Annabelle and Christian.
Former Panthers defenseman Randy Moller enters his fourth season as FOX Sports Florida's television analyst. He previously served as the team's radio play-by-play broadcaster. Moller was voted as South Florida's best sports radio play-by-play broadcaster in an online poll conducted by the Miami Herald in 2010, due to his insightful and entertaining broadcasts.
Moller has been a member of the Cats' broadcast team for the last 21 years, serving in a variety of capacities, including as the club's radio analyst and television host, providing Panthers fans with enthusiastic and colorful broadcasts. He has broadcast over 1,800 games on radio/TV since 1996.
In addition to his on-air duties, Moller has been part of the team's front office staff since 2002, where he currently serves as the club's Vice President of Broadcasting & Panthers Alumni.
A native of Red Deer, Alta, Moller, played 13 seasons in the NHL with Florida, Quebec, the New York Rangers and Buffalo recording 45 goals, 180 assists and 1,692 penalty minutes in 815 games. Moller also serves as president of the Panthers Alumni Association.
He and his wife, Cathy, live in Boca Raton with their sons, Jonathan and Logan, and their daughter McKenna.
Doug Plagens is in his fourth season as the radio play-by-play broadcaster for the Florida Panthers. Plagens has over 600 games of professional hockey broadcasting experience at the NHL, AHL, and ECHL levels.
Prior to joining the Panthers before the 15-16 season, Plagens spent four years in Cleveland as the radio and television play-by-play voice of the AHL's Lake Erie Monsters and the Arena Football League's Cleveland Gladiators. During his time in Cleveland, Plagens served on the SiriusXM NHL Network Radio broadcast of the 2015 AHL All-Star Game in Utica, New York.
Previously, Plagens spent time as the radio and television play-by-play voice of the ECHL's Idaho Steelheads in Boise, Idaho. With the Steelheads, he was recognized as the ECHL's "Broadcaster of the Year" for the 2009-10 season, and was selected as part of the national television broadcast of the 2010 ECHL All-Star Game in Ontario, California. While in Idaho, Plagens also hosted a nightly sports talk radio show on Boise's ESPN Radio affiliate, KTIK 1350 "The Ticket", and freelanced as a sports anchor/reporter/producer at KBOI-TV (CBS).
Plagens' broadcasting experience also includes time as a television sports anchor and reporter at WKBN (CBS), WYFX (FOX), and WYTV (ABC) in Youngstown, Ohio.
Plagens holds a Master's Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University, and a Bachelor's in Communication from Lake Forest College (IL).
He currently resides in Sunrise, Florida.
Bill Lindsay enters his fourth season as Radio Color Analyst for the Florida Panthers. He previously spent six seasons as the team's television analyst on FOX Sports Florida, after spending the previous two years serving as the club's radio color commentator.
Lindsay, a 14-year NHL veteran and member of the 1996 Panthers Eastern Conference Championship team, played in more than 750 NHL contests for six different clubs scoring 83 goals with 141 assists. He appeared in 506 games with the Panthers (1993-99, 2001-02) recording 165 points (67-98-165). Lindsay is best known for his spectacular Game 5 goal in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals versus Boston that broke a 3-3 tie and gave the Panthers their first playoff series victory.
The Big Fork, Mont. native completed his NHL career with Atlanta in 2004, before spending his final last two seasons playing for the Cologne Sharks in the German League.
Lindsay and his wife, Kari, reside in Boca Raton.
Craig Minervini returns as the Florida Panthers Television Host for the 2018-19 season. He previously was the television pre/post game host for Florida Panthers games on FS Florida from 2003-2012.
Minervini spent 14 seasons as pre/postgame host and in-game reporter for Marlins games on FOX Sports Florida, garnering his first Emmy Award in 2013. He has handled play-by-play for select Marlins games on TV/radio as well.
In 2010, Craig was the national play-by-play voice for the United Football League (UFL) games on Versus.
Before joining FOX Sports Florida, Minervini spent seven years with WTVJ-NBC 6 in Miami as a sports anchor/reporter. He anchored sports on WNBC-TV (NY) in 2004.
Minervini's extensive television broadcasting experience includes a wide variety of assignments such as play-by-play voice for NBC Sports (Notre Dame football), CBS Sports Spectacular, ESPN college football, baseball and Roller Hockey International events, Major League Soccer, XFL Football, boxing and mixed martial arts events.
Minervini's latest Hollywood stint includes a special appearance in Kevin James' blockbuster movie "Here Comes the Boom". Early in his career, his first entrance on the national stage came as a TV broadcaster for World Wrestling Federation (WWF) events, as "Craig DeGeorge".
Minervini earned a broadcast journalism degree from Syracuse University where he called Orange football, basketball, lacrosse and soccer while handling AAA Syracuse Chiefs baseball.
A native of Huntington, Long Island (NY), Minervini has two sons, Chase and Maxwell, and a daughter, Spencer.