FILE - In this May 15, 1996, file photo, Peter Karmanos, owner of the NHL hockey team Hartford Whalers, answers a question during a news conference in Hartford, Conn. The new owner of the Carolina Hurricanes has a soft spot for his team’s old identity _ the Hartford Whalers. In the month since Tom Dundon assumed control of the Carolina Hurricanes, from Karmanos, they’ve brought back “Brass Bonanza,” stocked the shelves in the team store with that beloved whale-tail logo and have discussed bringing back the Whalers, too _ if only for a future turn-back-the-clock night.
FILE - In this May 15, 1996, file photo, Peter Karmanos, owner of the NHL hockey team Hartford Whalers, answers a question during a news conference in Hartford, Conn. The new owner of the Carolina Hurricanes has a soft spot for his team’s old identity _ the Hartford Whalers. In the month since Tom Dundon assumed control of the Carolina Hurricanes, from Karmanos, they’ve brought back “Brass Bonanza,” stocked the shelves in the team store with that beloved whale-tail logo and have discussed bringing back the Whalers, too _ if only for a future turn-back-the-clock night. Bob Child, File AP Photo
FILE - In this May 15, 1996, file photo, Peter Karmanos, owner of the NHL hockey team Hartford Whalers, answers a question during a news conference in Hartford, Conn. The new owner of the Carolina Hurricanes has a soft spot for his team’s old identity _ the Hartford Whalers. In the month since Tom Dundon assumed control of the Carolina Hurricanes, from Karmanos, they’ve brought back “Brass Bonanza,” stocked the shelves in the team store with that beloved whale-tail logo and have discussed bringing back the Whalers, too _ if only for a future turn-back-the-clock night. Bob Child, File AP Photo

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