Randy Moller is a famous former Canadian professional ice hockey player. He was first drafted by the Quebec Nordiques during the 1981 NHL draft during the first round, eleventh overall.
During his career, Randy has played for New York Rangers, Buffalo Sabres, Quebec Nordiques, and the Florida Panthers. Randy currently serves for the Panthers on Bally Sports as a color commentator since 2015.
Randy Moller Age
Randy was born in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, on August 23, 1963. He is 58 years old.
Randy Moller Height
Moller stands at a moderate 6 ft 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Randy Moller Family
Randy was born in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada to his hardworking parents. He has kept information about his family (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts away from the spotlight. Moreover, Moller holds Canadian nationality.
Randy Moller Wife
He is married to his pretty wife called Cathy. The duo as husband and wife shares a very strong bond. Cathy and Randy are blessed with three amazing children namely McKenna, Jonathan, and Logan. His family lives in Hillsboro Beach, Florida, In the United States.
Randy Moller Salary
Randy’s annual salary is $80,240 per year. This is according to Panther’s anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Randy Moller Net Worth
Moller has an approximate net worth of $5 Million.
Randy Moller Career
He has worked for the last 21 years as a broadcaster. Randy currently serves for the Panthers on Bally Sports as a color commentator since 2015.
He served the station as the team’s radio play-by-play announcer for eight seasons and nine years as a radio analyst. Moreover, Moller provides his fans with colorful and enthusiastic broadcasts.
Further, apart from his broadcasting activities, Moller serves as the club’s Vice President of Broadcasting & Panthers Alumni since 2002.
During the 2019 to 202 game season, Fox Sports announced that Moller will work as a tv color analyst. In addition from 2007 to 2008, Randy served as the club’s radio play-by-play announcer.
He was first drafted by the Quebec Nordiques during the 1981 NHL draft during the first round, eleventh overall. From 1982 to 1983, Randy played for the team. However, Moller also made a comeback to the team from 1988 to 1989.