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February 5, 2011

Owls honor their beloved Announcer and “6th Man”, Andrew “The Voice” Imber

Before a home game againt the FGCU Eagles last week, the Owls honored their play-by-play announcer and “6th-Man” Andrew Imber.

Better known as “The Voice”, Andrew has devoted countless hours of his time to help promote the team both at the rink and in the community. Not only has he become a staple at FAU home games, but he has also established a “cult” following of fans who are impressed by his ability to broadcast a hockey game (or any other sporting event for that matter) as if he has been behind the mic for 30 years.

Owls Goaltending Coach Erik Bentley made a short pre-game announcement in front of a large crowd describing his relationship with Andrew and what he really means to the team.

The Owls also presented him with an official home game jersey bearing a nameplate that reads none other than “The Voice”.

The Owls would also like to recognize Andrew’s girlfriend Elizabeth Frank who also has devoted countless hours assisting Andrew with game night production. The two of them together do a phenominal job and the Owls feel extremely blessed to have them on their side!  You can hear Andrew in person at all home games, or online over our gamenight broadcasts on this site.

Below are photos of Elizabeth and Andrew, as well as the ceremonial jersey presented to Andrew.

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