Joe Colborne

#8 C / Calgary Flames / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 213 lb Age: 25 College: Denver

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: Collects two assists in Tuesday's win

      Colborne assisted on two goals in Tuesday's 3-2 win against the Devils for his first multi-point game of the season. Calgary's third unit was its best Tuesday as Colborne had his most productive night of the season. He skated 13:39, but saw 59 seconds on the man advantage, which he is encouraging considering he's scored at least a point in his past two contests.

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: Scores third goal of season

      Colborne netted his third goal of the year in a 5-2 win against Pittsburgh on Saturday. Colborne now has four points in 10 games, but is saddled with a minus-10 thus far. Calgary seems to be turning things around a bit and so is Colborne with a pair of points in his last three contests. He may put a nice streak of points once in a while, but 30-35 points is the most likely ceiling for Colborne.

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: Notches assist in defeat

      Colborne dished out his first assist of the year Tuesday in a 6-3 loss to Colorado. Colborne got off to a hot start last season but cooled off and finished with 28 points in 64 games. That total should hold about steady this season as well, despite the potential points in playing with Sean Monahan and Jiri Hudler.

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: To play Wednesday

      Colborne (thumb) will play Tuesday night against Washington, Kristen Odland of the Calgary Herald reports. Evidently, Colborne is ready to go after fracturing his thumb in preseason. In related news, the Flames reportedly will welcome the returns of Sam Bennett (upper body) and Micheal Ferland (undisclosed), effectively shoring up the team's forward help in a big way ahead of a tough contest against Alex Ovechkin and company.

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: Game-time decision

      Colborne (thumb) will be a game-time decision Tuesday against the Capitals, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports. Colborne was able to practice with the team Monday and could be ready to make his season debut after suffering a thumb injury in the preseason. If he's unable to go Tuesday, it sounds as though he'd be ready to go in the next contest, Friday against the Red Wings.

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: Skates with team Monday

      Colborne (thumb) returned to practice Monday, Aaron Vickers of reports. Colborne sustained a thumb injury in a preseason contest and has yet to appear in the regular season, but he appears to be making solid progress. He could make his debut Tuesday against the Capitals, but if he misses that tilt his next opportunity will come Friday against the Red Wings.

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      Flames' Joe Colborne: Skates in practice

      Colbourne (thumb) skated on his own ahead of Saturday's practice, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 the FAN reports. Colborne was considered week-to-week after hurting his thumb in a preseason contest Oct. 1. While it's a good sign that he's participating in practice, Colborne may require additional time to shake off the injury before he'd be able to return to game ice.

    • Week-to-week with thumb injury

      News: Joe Colborne is week-to-week with a thumb injury.
      Analysis: Joe Colborne was forced from Thursday's exhibition against the Jets after suffering the injury, which is believed to be a broken thumb. Colborne and the Flames are hoping to avoid surgery, but the 25-year-old forward will be sidelined for a number of weeks at the very least. Given his current recovery timetable, Colborne will hope to return to action around the Flames' Oct. 17 matchup with the Oilers.
    • Leaves with upper-body injury

      News: Joe Colborne left Thursday's preseason game against the Jets with an upper-body injury and will not return.
      Analysis: It's unclear exactly what caused the injury to Joe Colborne, but it's less than ideal for the Flames to lose a top six forward less than a week before the regular season begins. The nature of the injury remains unclear at this point, but the team should provide an update on his status in the near future.
    • Flames' Colborne Will Wear Wrist Brace

      News: Joe Colborne will start the season wearing a brace on his surgically repaired wrist, Wes Gilberton of the Calgary Sun reports.
      Analysis: The report also noted that Joe Colborne is ready to participate in Friday's first on-ice session with the team, which is certainly encouraging. It won't be clear what affect, if any, playing with a wrist brace will have on Colborne's early season production until the 2015-16 campaign gets underway. The 25-year-old center registered 28 points (eight goals, 20 assists) in 64 games with the Flames last season.
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