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Martinook, de Haan Undergo Medical Procedures

Martinook has surgery to repair core muscle injury, de Haan on shoulder

by Canes PR @NHLCanes / Carolina Hurricanes News Release

RALEIGH, NC - Don Waddell, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes, announced that Hurricanes forward Jordan Martinook underwent surgery today to repair a core muscle injury. His recovery time is estimated at four to six weeks. In addition, defenseman Calvin de Haan had surgery on his right shoulder. He will be out four to six months.

Martinook, 26, completed his first season with Carolina and fifth in the NHL in 2018-19, establishing career highs in goals (15), game-winning goals (5), shots (146) and hits (199) and matching his career high in points (25). The Brandon, Man., native made his Stanley Cup playoff debut for the Hurricanes, earning four assists in 10 postseason contests.

De Haan, 28, posted 14 points (1g, 13a) in 74 regular-season games for the Hurricanes, setting career highs in hits (187) and takeaways (59). The Carp, Ont., native suffered the injury to his right shoulder against the Pittsburgh Penguins on March 31, but returned to action in Game 4 of Carolina's First Round series against the Washington Capitals, scoring a goal and registering a plus-3 rating in 12 Stanley Cup playoff games.

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