RALEIGH, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes today released the following statement regarding Television and Web Host Mike Maniscalco:
Early this week, Mike started experiencing severe discomfort in his abdomen, and on Wednesday morning, he went to the emergency room in San Jose. There, it was discovered that he has a large mass in his stomach. He was transferred to Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, where he has been receiving treatment and testing for the past few days with his wife, Kristen, by his side. This morning, doctors made the determination that Mike may return home to Raleigh for the surgical procedures he will require.
Mike and Kristen thank their friends, family, colleagues and the Hurricanes organization for the support thus far, and request privacy as they continue this difficult process.
RALEIGH, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes’ Power Play program, presented by Novo Nordisk, will return for its third season on Oct. 14. The youth health and fitness program, which launched two seasons ago with the Wake County Public School System, also includes schools from Chatham County Schools and Durham Public Schools, in addition to Wake County. The purpose of the program is to help educate and encourage students on the importance of leading healthy lifestyles and demonstrating proper physical fitness routines and techniques.
RALEIGH, NC – Don Waddell, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that Hurricanes forward Jordan Martinook will undergo surgery on Friday to repair a core muscle injury. His recovery time is estimated to be six to eight weeks.