Found November 16, 2011 on Stars of Big D:
Bad news continues to come down for the Stars as they learned today that Adam Burish is going to miss 4-6 weeks with a broken hand. Burish suffered the injury late in the third period when he got hit with a Brenden Morrow shot. He immediately went down to the ice and into the locker room after the play. This makes the second Stars player to be lost for a month with an injured hand. Alex Goligoski broke his thumb, also on a blocked shot, and will miss a month as well. Burish also was injured last season and missed a large stretch from February 3 to February 24 with a broken orbital bone. In that stretch, the Stars went 1-6-2 and severely put themselves behind in the playoff race.

Stars activate F Ott from IR

The Dallas Stars have activated forward Steve Ott from the injured reserve after he recovered from a hip injury. Ott will take the place of Adam Burish, who is expected to be out for four weeks with a broken hand after he was hit in the limb by a puck. Ott was sidelined for six games with the hip injury, but should be in the lineup Friday night against the Colorado Avalanche. ...

Stars put Burish (hand) on IR; Ott activated

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Stars' Goligoski lands on injured list with broken thumb

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DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Stars have placed defenseman Alex Goligoski on the injured list with a broken thumb.

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