Columbus Blue Jackets must do without his Danish top scorer for up to six weeks, informs the national hockey league club's manager.
The Danish ice hockey player Oliver Bjorkstrand risk to miss the next four-six weeks of the NHL season due to an injury he sustained Saturday, when his team, the Columbus Blue Jackets, beat New Jersey Devils 5-1.
It informs Jarmo Kekäläinen is the general manager of the Columbus Blue Jackets, Sunday. The reason for Bjorkstrands break is a pressure rib.
As the successor of the dane download, the Blue Jackets, Nathan Gerbe from the Cleveland Monsters, who play in the league under the NHL, the American Hockey League.
the Dane scored two goals in the victory over the New Jersey Devils, and he shares first place as the clubs most scoring player in this season with so far 12 goals.
It was the fourth victory in a row for the Blue Jackets, and the seventh match in a row where the team has scored points.
the Club's next match is Monday at stamford bridge against the New York Islanders.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 01:00