Sports Blue Jackets' Kole Sherwood out four to six weeks with oblique tear

08:10  15 november  2019
08:10  15 november  2019 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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The Columbus Blue Jackets won’t be seeing much of Kole Sherwood for a while, as they’ve moved him to injured reserve with an oblique tear. The injury is expected to keep him out for four to six weeks. Markus Hannikainen has been recalled in his place.

Sherwood, 22, may be best known to hockey fans outside of Columbus as the kid who got punched by Milan Lucic earlier this month, but to the organization he’s much more than that. The Sherwood family — along with older brother Kiefer, who is in the Anaheim Ducks organization — is hockey royalty in Ohio, born, raised and trained in the state. Both brothers played for the Ohio Blue Jackets minor program and suited up for the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL.

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Flames forward Milan Lucic clocks Blue Jackets forward Kole Sherwood in the face after digging for a puck under David Rittich. After getting a shot off on David Rittich early in the second period, Sherwood crashed the net and began digging for the puck as the Flames goaltender smothered it.

Kole Sherwood is the first to play for the Blue Jackets , but all odds are he won't be the last. Now it has been proved that the support exists to develop NHL players, the pipeline should do nothing but grow. In addition to the AAA program, the hockey infrastructure keeps building, including the establishment of

The Columbus prospect went undrafted but still signed an entry-level contract with the team in 2015 and has worked all the way up to the NHL. Unfortunately after just three games and no points this season, he’ll have to watch from the sidelines as he rehabs the oblique injury.

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