Television Play-By-PlaySteve " Goldie" Goldstein is a sports broadcasting veteran and trusted voice in South Florida.
Goldstein is the longtime hockey voice of the NHL's Florida Panthers. He is in his 8th season as television play-by-play announcer on Fox sports Florida.
He spent 2 years as the Panthers radio play-by-play man and has been with the team since 1997 as a radio and TV host. In addition, Steve anchors sports for CBS-TV Miami and provides expert commentary on CBS This Morning.
Goldie also hosts morning drive radio on WINZ 940am in Miami. He's hosted various other shows in South Florida for the past 20 years, including Miami Dolphins radio network host, pregame and postgame and Miami Hurricanes football.
Goldie has extensive national experience, working 4 Olympics for CBS Radio/Westwood One, most recently serving as the play-by-play voice of USA hockey at the 2014 Sochi Winter games and at the 2010 games in Vancouver. He was the hockey studio host and reporter in Nagano in 1998 and producer at the 1994 games at Lillehammer. Steve also has hosted NFL shows amd covered Super Bowl for Westwood One radio network.
He began his career calling Syracuse basketball, football and Lacrosse before moving onto CBS Radio Network in New York and reporting for WFAN radio.
Steve graduated from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. He resides in Weston with wife Dana and boys Jake, 12 and Kyle, 10.
Bill Lindsay enters his fifth season as the team’s television analyst on FOX Sports Florida, after spending the last 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.
Former Panthers defenseman Randy Moller enters his eighth season 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 17 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.
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.
Drew Goldfarb enters his second season hosting Panthers LIVE! and intermission reports on FOX Sports Florida.
Goldfarb returned home to south Florida after spending over three years working in Tupelo, Mississippi. There, he anchored weekend sportscasts for WTVA, including hosting and producing a 15-minute sports show on Sunday nights.
Prior to his time in Tupelo, Goldfarb attended Florida State University. While in school, he worked as an Associate Producer at WCTV as well as in numerous positions covering FSU Athletics for Seminole Productions, SUN Sports and ESPNU. He also worked as the play-by-play voice of the Tallahassee Titans (American Indoor Football Association) during the team's only season.
A recipient of eight Associated Press Awards since 2010, including being named "Sportscaster of the Year" by the Mississippi AP in 2014, Goldfarb has earned recognition for his work covering sports at all levels.
Born on Long Island, New York, Goldfarb moved with his family to Coral Springs in 1993, attending his first ever hockey game at the Miami Arena the following year. Drew graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Media Production. He now resides in Sunrise.