2018 WVBA Best Sportscast Award Winner
2015 EMMY Award Nominee
2014 AP Best TV Sportscaster
Drew Goldfarb is an EMMY®-nominated sportscaster, and has been a hockey fan for nearly his entire life. Goldfarb began covering sports professionally in 2007. As a fan and professional, he has attended two NHL Winter Classics (2010, 2011), one NHL All-Star Game (2003), three NHL Drafts (2001, 2014, 2015), an NHL Expansion Draft (2017), and a number of playoff games. Goldfarb marks covering the 2011 NHL Winter Classic and the Florida Panthers' 2014 trip to West Point (for which he received an EMMY® nomination) as his most-memorable assignments to-date.
A recipient of eight Associated Press Awards since 2010, a 2015 Regional EMMY® Award nominee, and winner of the 2018 WVBA Award for Best Sportscast, he has earned recognition for his work covering sports at all levels throughout his career, including being highlighted by his alma mater, Florida State University, and by his high school during its 25th Anniversary celebration.
Goldfarb has experience in reporting, anchoring, hosting, and play-by-play. In addition, he holds a degree in Media Production from Florida State University (B.S., '10) and is highly-trained in both shooting and editing video for film, TV and news.
Whether it's through work or on his own, Drew stays involved in the community, including serving as an official business sponsor of Hockey Saves, Inc.
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