Dubinsky (concussion) will take part in Tuesday's Game 4 against the Lightning, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
Dubinsky cleared the league's concussion protocol after Game 3 and was expected to play Tuesday after receiving that evaluation. He should remain on the fourth line alongside Boone Jenner and Riley Nash after coach John Tortorella declared no lineup changes.
Dubinsky (concussion) successfully passed league protocol following Game 3 but will be re-evaluated Tuesday ahead of Game 4, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
The forward declared himself "ready to rock" when speaking to the media Monday, a clear sign Dubinsky has little doubt he'll be good to go for what could be a series-clinching game for Columbus. He was forced to depart Sunday after being involved in a collision with Tampa defenseman, Braydon Coburn.
Columbus activated Dubinsky (lower body) off injured reserve Tuesday.
Dubinsky has missed the Blue Jackets' last seven games due to a lower-body injury, but he was a full participant at Monday's practice, which was the first indication that he was likely on the brink of rejoining the lineup. The 32-year-old is still a decent bottom-six option for Columbus at this stage in his career, but he's only notched 11 points in 37 appearances this campaign, so he's not a viable option in most fantasy formats.
Dubinsky (lower body) joined the team for practice Monday, but won't suit up against the Lightning, Craig Merz of NHL.com reports.
Dubinsky will miss his seventh game as a result of his lower-body problem. The 32-year-old remains on injured reserve, but the fact that he is able to practice with the team is a good step in the right direction. Once given the all-clear Dubinsky will need to be activated off injured reserve, which could force Kole Sherwood or Eric Robinson back to the minors -- though if the center's activation comes after Monday's trade deadline, the team won't need to stay under the 23-man limit, which would allow it to keep both guys in the NHL.
Dubinsky (lower body) was designated for injured reserve Friday, Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets' official site reports.
The news effectively rules Dubinsky out against the Blackhawks on Saturday, though he could technically still be activated in time to play if the team utilizes retroactive IR. With the 32-year-old sidelined and Boone Jenner (undisclosed) also out versus Chicago, the Jackets recalled Cole Sherwood from the minors, and he figures to slot into a fourth-line role.
Dubinsky (lower body) remains day-to-day and won't be in the lineup against the Islanders on Thursday, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
Dubinsky will miss his fifth straight game due to injury and ninth in the club's last 14 outings. Prior to getting hurt, the center was struggling to produce offensively with just two points in his previous 19 outings. The 32-year-old has seen his minutes drastically reduced this year, as he is averaging a mere 12:43 of ice time compared to 15:21 and 17:54 in 2017-18 and 2016-17, respectively.
Dubinsky's chances of participation in Thursday's clash with the Islanders are unclear as he continues to deal with a lower-body injury, Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets' official site reports.
Head coach John Tortorella told Svoboda that he hasn't received a recent update on Dubinsky, who last played Feb. 2. At this point, Dubinsky should be considered a game-time decision at best.
Dubinsky (lower body) will not be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Washington, Tom Reed of The Athletic reports.
Dubinsky's absence will continue to linger, as he hasn't suited up in game action since Feb. 2. The extent of the injury is still unclear, but the 32-year-old did undergo an MRI at some point during the team's recent road trip. As long as Dubinsky is out, Riley Nash will continue to fill the void in his absence.
Dubinsky (lower body) has been ruled out for the remainder of the team's road trip and has returned to Columbus to undergo an MRI, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Portzline still believes Dubinsky is day-to-day, but the results of his upcoming MRI should shed more light on the pivot's situation. With Thursday and Saturday off of the table, Dubinsky's next opportunity to rejoin the lineup arrives Tuesday against the Capitals.
Dubinsky (lower body) was not among Columbus' lines in warmups, suggesting he'll sit out Tuesday in Colorado, Brian Hedger of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Dubinsky left Monday's practice session due to this injury, and it looks like he hasn't recovered enough to take part in this one. Lukas Sedlak will draw in as a result of Dubinsky's absence. Dubinsky's next chance to return comes Thursday in Arizona.
Dubinsky (undisclosed) was forced to leave Monday's practice early, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Coach Tortorella offered no post-practice update on Dubinsky's status ahead of Tuesday's road contest in Colorado. With just two points over his last 19 games, Dubinsky has been colder than cold of late, and should probably be benched until he finds more consistency in his game.
Dubinsky (undisclosed) took to the ice for warmups Saturday, Jeff Svoboda of Jackets Insider reports. As a result, he's expected to play in the home game against the Blues.
Barring a last-second change, it looks as though fantasy owners can count on using Dubinsky. However, he hasn't been a strong option based on his inability to stay healthy and declining year-over-year production. The Alaskan has posted five goals, six assists and a minus-11 rating through 36 games this season.
Dubinsky departed practice early Saturday due to an apparent injury, Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets' official site reports.
Dubinsky's status for the evening's affair is unclear, but Mark Letestu indicated that he will be among the forward lines. That could be a result of Dubinsky moving out of the group, but we won't know for sure until pregame warmups.
Dubinsky (hamstring) should be in the lineup Friday versus the Canadiens, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
After missing the past four games, Dubinsky is no longer on injured reserve and thus expected to play Friday at home versus the Canadiens. In 32 games this season, he has scored only four goals and tallied six assists, all while averaging a career-low 12:48 of ice time per game.
Dubinsky (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Thursday and will be out a minimum of one week, Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets' official site reports.
Dubinsky will miss at least the next four games with his injury while he's parked on injured reserve. The oft-injured center pauses his 2018-19 campaign having produced four goals and six assists through 32 games.
Dubinsky will be sidelined for "at least a little while" with the lower-body injury he sustained during Tuesday's 4-0 loss to Tampa Bay, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
The Blue Jackets have yet to release any details regarding a potential timeline for Dubinsky's return, but it's safe to assume he'll miss Thursday's matchup with the Predators at a minimum. His absence will test Columbus' depth up front, but it won't impact many fantasy lineups, as he's only notched 10 points in 32 appearances this season.
Dubinsky departed Tuesday's game versus the Lightning with a lower-body injury and won't return, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
Dubinsky's absence won't shake up the fantasy realm since he has just 10 points in 31 games. The Blue Jackets' forward corps is becoming depleted, however, since Markus Hannikainen (upper body) left Tuesday's game as well and Nick Foligno is away from the team for personal reasons. Expect an update ahead of Thursday's game against the Predators.
Dubinsky (undisclosed) is in the projected lineup for Friday's game against the Hurricanes, NHL.com's Kurt Dusterberg reports.
According to coach John Tortorella, Dubinsky missed Wednesday's practice because he was "nicked," but he was never in serious danger of missing Friday's contest. The 32-year-old American is expected to draw into a bottom-six role against Carolina, centering Lukas Sedlak and Riley Nash on the Blue Jackets' fourth line.
Dubinsky was not at practice Wednesday due to an undisclosed injury, Brian Hedger of NHL.com reports.
Dubinsky was described by coach John Tortorella as being "nicked," so it seems unlikely he is facing a long-term absence and could still be available against the Hurricanes on Friday. The center is stuck in an 11-game point drought, which shouldn't come as a shock considering he has registered just one shot on goal in his last five contests. If the Anchorage, Alaska native wants to break out of his slump, he will need to start putting pucks on net.
Dubinsky racked up a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win over the Flyers.
Both of Dubinsky's points came in the opening frame, as he assisted on a goal by Seth jones before potting one himself. This was only the second multi-point effort of the season for the former Rangers forward, who entered play with just one helper over the previous eight games.
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