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IT’S MOLLER TIME!
Randy Moller is the voice and soul of the Panthers. Having first played as a defenseman for the club in 1994-1995, he ultimately became a Panthers radio and then television broadcaster.
MOLLER SAYS: A HUGE PAIR, 2010
At 10:28 in the 1st period, the whole world knew: Cory Stillman had a huge pair…of goals. Listen to Randy Moller go into a frenzy during a 5-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. The night didn’t ju ...
MOLLER SAYS: ALL ABOUT BALL BEARINGS, 2014
With an animated playcall, Randy Moller noted Brandon Pirri’s opening goal during a 4-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on April 10, 2014. Pirri recorded 14 points in 21 games after being traded ...
MOLLER SAYS: BABA BOOEY, 2014
Randy Moller took a page out of Howard Stern’s book in this memorable playcall for a Barkov goal that put the Cats up 2-0 on their way to a 4-3 victory over the Colorado Avalanche.
MOLLER SAYS: BANGY DANGY, 2014
As Randy Moller humorously recounted, Nick Bjugstad hit a quick first period goal in a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 30, 2014. The Panthers lost, 6-3. Bjugstad scored 16 goals during ...
MOLLER SAYS: CABBAGE ROLLS, 2015
Randy Moller used a Scottie Upshall goal to let fans know that his diet had changed. Usually Mrs. Moller keeps the peanut butter on the top shelf, but apparently she switched out the PB for some cabba ...
MOLLER SAYS: CALL GRANDMA, 2015
After 18-year-old Aaron Ekblad tied the score in the 1st period v. the Colorado Avalanche, Randy needed to call a beloved elder to celebrate.
MOLLER SAYS: DANNY DON’T DROP THE POT, 2009
In a spirited Randy Moller playcall, David Booth put the Panthers on the board with a first period goal against the Carolina Hurricanes on January 8, 2009. The Panthers won the game, 4-2.
MOLLER SAYS: EARMUFFS, 2009
Blowing out a team 6-1 in their home stadium? That’s cold. So cold, in fact, that Randy Moller asked for earmuffs after Michael Frolik scored the sixth Panthers goal of the night against the Pittsburg ...
MOLLER SAYS: EAT MY SHORTS, 2009
An excited Randy Moller described the quick moves of Stephen Weiss, who found the back of the cage to tie the game, 1-1, against the Detroit Red Wings on November 20, 2009. Weiss’s third period tying- ...