Maine Mariners add Spectrum Healthcare Partners as Premier Partner
June 27, 2018 08:00 AM
On Wednesday, Spectrum Healthcare Partners and the Maine Mariners announced a three-year premiere partnership as the official and exclusive healthcare provider of the ECHL hockey team.
“The peace of mind knowing our players will be in the care of the amazing healthcare professionals at Spectrum is something every coach looks for,” said Mariners Head Coach Riley Armstrong. “We know throughout the season there will be injuries, but knowing we can count on Spectrum to help our players bounce back as fast as possible will help the Mariners succeed in our efforts to not only move players to the next level, but also bring the Kelly Cup to Maine.”
In addition to this premier partnership, Spectrum will have a community presence hosting the Mariners “Night of Champions” celebration where state championship teams will be honored.
“We’re very proud to have the opportunity to support the Maine Mariners by providing sports medicine and orthopaedic care to the team. Spectrum has some of the area’s top physicians with a unified goal of supporting high quality and cost-effective care,” said David Landry, CEO of Spectrum Healthcare Partners. “This partnership allows us to continue to expand our presence when the team is on the road as well. We are excited about working with both the team and other partners in supporting the Mariners.”
“I can’t wait to be back on the bench when professional hockey makes its return to Maine in the fall,” said Dr. Thomas Murray, of Spectrum Healthcare Partners’ orthopaedic team, “having previously spent time as a team physician in the AHL and the NHL, I’m excited to provide medical coverage for an inaugural team that has experience at the highest level throughout the organization. We hope to keep the players healthy and out on the ice as they look to contend for the Kelly Cup.”
The Mariners, affiliate of the New York Rangers, start play October 13, 2018 as members of the ECHL.