Florida Panthers Spanish goal calls are back and they’re better than ever

ESPN Deportes' Arley Londono is back making calls for the Florida Panthers and they may be his best yet. Listen in as the Spanish play-by-play man goes wild for Nick Bjugstad’s game-winning goal
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When Nick Bjugstad scored for the Florida Panthers on Wednesday night, everyone was thinking it: that goal was great, but I wish there were an over-the-top Spanish goal call for it.

Well, search no more. ESPN Desportes Arley Londono leant his voice to yet another Panthers broadcast and his call of Bjugstad’s early goal – one that would stand as the game-winner – was absolutely incredible:

For those counting at home, Londono held his goal call for ten seconds in the middle there. Impressive.

Londono wasn’t done with Bjugstad’s goal, however. As the clock wound down, the ESPN Deportes play-by-play extraordinaire gave his frantic call of the games final moments:

The best part, without a doubt, is the audible clapping in the booth during the Panthers game-clinching moments. We’re sure the applause is for the Panthers win, but it wouldn’t have been so wrong if he were clapping for himself. After all, he brought some serious life to 1-0 game.

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