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Goldstein also anchors news and sports at CBS-TV Miami, Channel 4. Goldstein was the hockey play by play radio broadcaster at both the 2010 and 2014 Olympic Winter Games for Westwood One Radio Network. He also serves as Westwood One/NBC Radio play by play NHL announcer, rinkside reporter and Stanley Cup Final host. Goldstein has found his way into the tennis world, calling matches for the USTA (ESPN and world broadcasts). He previously served as a play-by-play announcer and radio host for Panthers radio broadcasts. He has been a morning drive host and hosted pregame/halftime/postgame shows for the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes. He was a host for TV shows "Sportsbang" on CBS Miami and Micosukee Sports Rap. From 1991–1994, he worked for CBS Radio and CBS Television In New York. For CBS Radio, he served as a radio host for Ice Hockey at the 1998 Winter Olympics and producer at the 1994 games. He has also hosted The Pete Rose Show and has done reporting duties at WFAN radio in New York.
Goldstein attended and graduated from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Publications in 1991 and lives in South Florida with his wife Dana and his two sons, Jake and Kyle and is a native of Brooklyn, New York. He also is Chairman of his foundation, Goldie's Gang, which helps kids and families in need in South Florida. (Goldiesgang.com)
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