The Miami Dolphins preseason broadcasting team is getting a revamp. Following the retirement of industry titan Dick Stockton, CBS is pairing Dolphins legends and current color commentators Jason Taylor and Kim Bokamper with a play-by-play name many South Florida Sports fans will already be familiar with: Steve Goldstein. “Goldie”, as he’s known in the hockey world, has been a staple of Florida Panthers broadcasts for years, and now, he’s bringing his talents to the gridiron. Here’s a snippet from the Dolphins’ official press release:
Goldstein has been the television play-by-play voice of the Florida Panthers since 2007. He has covered four Winter Olympics for CBS Radio/Westwood One, including hockey play-by-play at the 2014 Sochi and 2010 Vancouver games. Additionally, Goldstein has covered numerous Super Bowls and Stanley Cup Finals for Westwood One and the US Open for USTA, ESPN and the Tennis Channel.
A familiar voice in South Florida, Goldstein is currently an anchor for WFOR CBS4 and hosted pre- and post-game shows for the Miami Dolphins Radio Network from 1995-2004 and 2012-15. He’s also hosted morning shows on Miami’s Sports Radio AM 560 The Joe WQAM and 940 WINZ.
Thanks to all for the kind words & thank you to the #FlaPanthers for always supporting me in other endeavors.— Steve Goldstein (@goldieonice) July 9, 2021
and @CBSMiami for the opportunity.
Looking forward to August & October ! https://t.co/DrbRNhEQl5
Per the team, “WFOR CBS4 returns as the preseason home of the Dolphins for the 25th consecutive season and will broadcast Miami’s preseason contests at Chicago (Saturday, Aug. 14) and vs. Atlanta (Saturday, Aug. 21) in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale market.” Miami’s preseason game at the Cincinnati Bengals (Sunday, Aug. 29) will air nationally on CBS.