The scary news about the Play-by-Play man of Buffalo Sabers on Saturday night seems to be good news.
"I'm still here," Jeanneret said laughing and in a good mood from his sickroom this morning. "I'm alright, I feel pretty good now."
"He is awake and alert and seems to be good," said Jeanneret's wife Sandra.
Jeanneret made a big fear in Sabers Land in the third period of the year The team's 3-0 win against Anaheim on Saturday night at the Key Bank Center when his voice became quiet and he finally fell silent before the first analyst Rob Ray and Game Master Brian Duff took on the play-by-play duties.
The broadcast of Jeanneret's condition during the game and the aftermath was not addressed, probably because the team leaders did not want to violate the medical data protection laws of HIPAA.
Jeanneret understandably did not want to go into detail about his health. [1
When he realized that he was in trouble, Jeanneret told him to call the broadcast truck to get someone in the cabin. He was told he had fainted. When he woke up, he was surrounded by medical personnel.
His wife watched the game at home in Canada, noting that something was wrong.
"I heard his voice and it was not what I'm used to," she said. "When he fell silent, I definitely knew something was wrong, he's a dedicated man, and I knew it was important had to be that he stopped talking. "
Jeanneret was pulled out on a stretcher and taken to the Buffalo General Medical Center, where he stayed overnight.
The incident occurred after he had been in until the end of the first period After his youngest grandchild had seen him in costume, he took it off and everything was fine in the second hour, but that changed in the third period.
Had he thought Santa Claus had something
"I do not know," he said with a laugh, adding that the outfit could have had something to do with it was discussed. "I was unusually warm in outfit and I'm usually cold there to accuse Santa Claus. It's a bad time to do that. I had a great time with Santa Claus. I hope it did not lead to it.
Jeanneret and his wife were grateful The fans and out-of-town broadcasters learned what had happened.
"I'm still surprised that so many people care about me," said Jeanneret. "God bless you, it's you." I got cancer and got a pacemaker, and they get me through. I'm alright. "
" It's very, very touching, "said his wife. I wish I could answer everyone. God bless When all prayers work, Rick will be fine.
However, she was not happy to hear of all the speculation in the media about her husband's state of health.
"I wish people would stop the story and publish it on social media," she said. "Wait for the facts."
Apart from some complications, after all the facts have arrived, Jeanneret does not even expect to miss a game he is supposed to be working on. He will not work until next Saturday when Boston visits the Key Bank Center.
"I intend to work as planned," said Jeanneret.