Dundon will own 61 percent of the Hurricanes, with Peter Karmanos
retaining a minority stake.
"I've watched hockey for a long time and I enjoy it," Dundon told The
News & Observer in a video posted Thursday. "But I think the part
that is most enjoyable Brandon Saad Authentic Jersey is there's a lot of moving pieces, and you get to figure out,
hopefully, how to help find a way to win, or help people be successful.
"There's everything from how you treat the players and giving them an
advantage, and the resources you do with the coaches, and how you market
the team, and how you generate entertainment in the building that
brings energy that hopefully helps you win.
"Primarily, it's because I like things where you keep score, and this is
a way where you can do that even though you can't play yourself."
Dundon said Brent Seabrook Authentic Jersey he was 100 percent confident in general manager Ron Francis and coach
Bill Peters. The Hurricanes have made the Stanley Cup Playoffs once
(2008-09) since winning the Cup in 2005-06.
"I talked to a lot of people before I decided to do this, in the hockey
business," Dundon said. "And I think we're pretty lucky there. You have
to give the previous owner a lot of credit for what he put together.
"I hope Corey Crawford Authentic Jersey we can help them, I hope we can add some resources where appropriate,
but I think it's incremental gains, I don't think it's fundamental. It's
Dundon will be introduced at PNC Arena on Friday. The 46-year-old is
chairman and managing partner of Dundon Capital Partners, a Dallas-based
private investment firm.
The team had been owned by Karmanos since 1994, when he purchased the
Hartford Whalers. He moved them to North Carolina in 1997, when they
were renamed. They played in Greensboro for two seasons before moving to
Karmanos was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the category of
builder in 2015.