Skip to main content

Hurricanes owner hires investment bank to help him find minority partner

RALEIGH, N.C. - Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr. said he has hired an investment bank to help him find a minority partner.

Karmanos issued a statement Monday confirming the hiring of Allen&Co. but said "the intent is in no way to sell the team."

He said he has been exploring options for finding a minority partner since general partner Thomas Thewes died in 2008, and said Allen&Co. was hired "to assist us with the process."


Jonathan Huberdeau

Screen Shots: Huberdeau, Joel Martin and Calgary's Search for an Organist

Screen Shots is back, with Adam Proteau looking at Jonathan Huberdeau's announcement that he will donate his brain to a scientific group, Joel Martin's hiring in the ECHL and Calgary's desire to not phase out the organist position at games.


World Junior Roundup: Quarterfinal Matchups Set

The quarterfinal matchups have been decided after an exciting final day of preliminary round action at the World Junior Championship.


Have the Maple Leafs Done Enough to Get Over the Hump?

The Toronto Maple Leafs have had a busy offseason re-tooling their roster. Have they done enough to finally get over the hump?