Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The Panthers' broadcast team

The Panthers on Tuesday made official their radio broadcast team for this season: Former analyst Randy Moller takes over as play-by-play announcer and former Panthers wing Bill Lindsay becomes analyst.

The TV announcers will be Steve Goldstein - who formerly handled radio play-by-play - and analyst Denis Potvin.
I think Florida wins for having the most on-ice talent in the press box this season, and they just might have the only all ex-player radio team in the league.

Lindsay, 36, is going directly from playing in Germany to the booth, which isn't exactly an easy transition to make.

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At 1:41 PM, August 29, 2007, Blogger Art Vandelay said...

In a related item, Potvin wrote a guest column in the Globe Sports section wherein he claims to be the best hockey analyst in the world and that he's still bitter Harry Neale and Kelly Hrudey are considered by Canadian fans to be superior.
Parental Warning: Must be old enough to remember Canada Cup '76 AND Canadian Weekend magazine.

 

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