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Blue Jackets’ Brandon Dubinsky Out 6-8 Weeks With Fractured Orbital Bone

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The Columbus Blue Jackets will be without Brandon Dubinsky for the next 6-8 weeks due to a fractured orbital bone, according to a team announcement.

Dubinsky suffered the injury during a fight with Edmonton Oilers’ Zack Kassian who leveled Dubinsky with a haymaker.

With Dubinsky out of the lineup and placed on injured reserve, Columbus recalled Jordan Schroeder from the AHL.

The team said the following about the incident involving Dubinsky.

At this time, the damage has not affected the function of his eye and long-term vision. He will continue to be monitored closely by our medical team

 

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Blue Jackets’ Ryan Murray Activated From Injured Reserve

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The Columbus Blue Jackets have officially activated Ryan Murray, who hasn’t played since October 26th, from the injured reserve list.

In a corresponding move, the Blue Jackets are sending Adam Clendening back down to the minor leagues.

Murray’s career has been marred by injury and inconsistency and will now look to get his career on track following the injury.

 

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Blue Jackets’ Nick Foligno Suspended Three Games

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The NHL Department of Player Safety has handed down a three-game suspension for Columbus Blue Jackets’ forward Nick Foligno for his hit on Colorado Avalanche forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare.

“It is important to note that Foligno is in control of this contact. This is an attempted body check, and cannot be classified as excusable or accidental contact where Foligno raises his arm reflexively to brace for sudden contact or to attempt to avoid a collision. If he wants to deliver this hit, the onus is on Foligno to ensure that he takes an angle of approach that puts him in a position to make a legal, full-body check.”

The league posted the following video regarding the suspension.

Bellemare suffered a concussion on the play and is out indefinitely

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Lightning Remaining Positive Despite Facing Elimination

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The Tampa Bay Lightning may have set the NHL on fire during the regular season, but the Stanley Cup Playoffs are proving to be a completely different animal.

Tampa Bay dropped Game 3 of their opening-round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-1, and now are faced with a 3-0 deficit, a bleak circumstance for the league-best Lightning.

Despite the pressing situation, Lightning head coach John Cooper is keeping it positive moving forward.

“There was a lot of positive energy in that room after the third period,” Cooper said after Game 3, according to FOX Sports Florida. “Adversity hits in different ways and we haven’t had a lot of it during the regular season and we have it now. We had adversity going into the third period and I thought we responded well and we’ve just got to carry that on.

“As far as I know, we’re playing Tuesday, right? So, we’re still alive.”

Lightning captain Steven Stamkos believes that a third period that saw the Lightning outshoot the Blue Jackets 17-8 could be an indication that Tampa Bay is cracking through.

“We pushed. We pushed hard. If anything, maybe we found a recipe to break some of their structure there,” Stamkos said.

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