FILE--Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos speaks during a news conference prior to Game 2 of the Stanley Cup hockey finals between the Hurricanes and Edmonton Oilers Wednesday, June 7, 2006 in Raleigh, N.C. The Carolina Hurricanes say there aren\'t any updates in their search for a new minority partner.General manager Jim Rutherford said Monday there\'s no news on the plan of owner Peter Karmanos Jr. to find a new minority investor in the team.THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Chuck Burton
RALEIGH, N.C. - The Carolina Hurricanes say there aren't any updates in their search for a new minority partner.
General manager Jim Rutherford said Monday there's no news on the plan of owner Peter Karmanos Jr. to find a new minority investor in the team.
Karmanos had said in May that he hired an investment bank to help him find a new minority investor. General partner Thomas Thewes died in 2008.
Rutherford spoke at a press conference to unveil the logo for this season's all-star game. Karmanos Jr. was scheduled to attend the unveiling of the logo, but cancelled his appearance Monday morning.
The logo features the outline of the team's symbol with a superimposed star doubling as a hyphen in the word "all-star."
The game is Jan. 30 at the RBC Center.