From the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson:
Panthers games were on WQAM from the team's inception in 1993 until 2007. The Panthers' three-year contract with The Ticket expired after this past season. Randy Moller will remain the team's radio announcer.
On a similar note, the Sun-Sentinel is reporting a "major announcement" is to come from the club during Thursday's cookout at the BAC.
From the Washington Post:
[Panthers' radio voice Randy] Moller, who will call Friday's game against the Capitals in Washington, has turned his madcap, irreverent approach into broadcast legend in South Florida, where he has developed a following that rivals that of the players.All three "volumes" can be heard here.
From On Frozen Pond:
Thankfully all is well. Moller is said to be resting up and doing fine. He was released from the hospital Sunday and is back at his home in Palm Beach County.
Jiggs McDonald, a Hall of Fame broadcaster who once called Florida games on radio, will replace Moller in the booth for Monday's game at least.
All our thoughts are with ya, Randy...