Skip to main content

Columbus Blue Jackets activate Jared Boll from injured list, assign Anton Forsberg to AHL team

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated forward Jared Boll off injured reserve after he missed 45 games with a torn tendon in his ankle.

The club also assigned goaltender Anton Forsberg to its American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Mass.

Boll, the longest-serving Blue Jackets player, has played in 21 games this season with one goal and 38 penalty minutes. With 1,001 penalty minutes, he is second in team history to Jody Shelley's 1,025.

Forsberg's Swedish Hockey League team, MODO Hockey, was eliminated from Le Mat Trophy contention last week. He was Columbus' sixth pick, 188th overall, in the 2011 NHL draft.

TOP HEADLINES

USATSI_18279287
Play

NHL Burning Questions: Pittsburgh Penguins

Adam Proteau looks at the biggest questions surrounding the Penguins this season, including whether the young guard can still carry the load and if the goaltending is good enough to get the job done.

USATSI_19110063

Where the Maple Leafs' Roster Battle Stands With the Preseason Underway

The Toronto Maple Leafs gave every player on their training camp roster a chance to play on Saturday. Which hopefuls improved their odds of making the team, and which didn't?

Carter Hart
Play

NHL Burning Questions: Philadelphia Flyers

Adam Proteau looks at the top questions entering the season for the Flyers, including who needs to step up and where the team goes from here.