Kristian Huselius out indefinitely with high-ankle sprain

Updated: November 10, 2010 at 11:29 am by Reggie Yinger

Huselius looks no closer to returning.  Today, he tried to skate but claimed it was too painful says Thomas Reed of The Columbus Dispatch, via Twitter.


Huselius has been seen at practice wearing a protective boot for his injured foot.  He will not play for at least a week and has been replaced on the top line by Jakub Voracek. For the full Columbus Blue Jackets’ lines, click here.


UPDATED 10/28/10 @ 11:57 PM:  Here is the latest from Tom Reed of the Columbus Dispatch, via Twitter:

Kristian Huselius has ankle and knee ailments. In Chicago, he was hit with shot in one ankle and hurt opposite knee falling backward


UPDATED 10/27/10 @ 10:43 AM:  Huselius will not play for the second straight game.  For updated lines, click here.  According to Tom Reed of The Columbus Dispatch, coach Scott Arniel may choose to dress 11 forwards and seven defensemen considering Kris Russell is expected to return tonight.  We will keep you updated.


According to Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch, Blue Jackets winger Kristian Huselius will miss tonight’s contest against the Philadelphia Flyers.

After blocking a slap shot from Fedor Tyutin against the Chicago Blackhawks over the weekend, Huselius’ was seen limping after the game and was favoring his left foot.

Huselius had recorded four points over his first three games but has only one point over his last four games.  Be sure to check back for further updates as we should be updating their lines shortly.

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