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The Dallas Stars have activated forward Steve Ott from injured reserve to replace forward Adam Burish, who is expected to be out at least four weeks with a broken left hand.
Burish was put on injured reserve Thursday, two days after he got hit on the hand by a puck shot by a teammate in a game.
Ott missed six games with a hip injury. He is expected to play Friday night when the Pacific Division-leading Stars are at Colorado.
Burish had three goals and five assists in 16 games. Last season, he missed eight games with a fractured orbital bone and another 11 games because of a lower-body injury.
Ott had two goals and six assists with 25 penalty minutes in 11 games before getting hurt.
BEST OF MAXIM
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.
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...
Dallas Stars right wing Adam Burish is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks with a broken hand.
Burish suffered the injury after he was hit by teammate Brenden Morrow's shot during Tuesday's 6-0 home loss to the Florida Panthers.
The 28-year-old Wisconsin native has collected three goals, five assists and 32 penalty minutes this season.
On Friday night in Colorado, the Dallas Stars figure to get center Steve Ott back from the hip pointer that has sidelined him for the last six games. But in Tuesday's 6-0 loss to Florida, Glen Gulutzan's club suffered another notable setback when grinding winger Adam Burish suffered a broken hand and will miss the next four to six weeks.
And it was just under a week ago...
Frisco, Tex. – The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has placed forward Adam Burish on injured reserve with a broken hand, retroactive to No...
via Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News, Dallas Stars forward Adam Burish will be out for at least four weeks because of a broken left hand. Burish incurred the injury when struck by a shot from teammate Brenden Morrow during Tuesday’s loss to Florida.
The Dallas Stars announced Thursday that the club has placed forward Adam Burish on injured reserve with a broken hand, retroactive to Nov. 15.
He is expected to be out for at least four weeks. The team also announced that it has activated Steve Ott from injured reserve.
Burish, 28, suffered a broken hand during Tuesday's game against the Florida Panthers. Prior to his...
Injuries were a major factor in the Dallas Stars' undoing after the All-Star break last season. Now that injuries are starting to pile up again for the Stars, accompanying a three-game losing streak, the club is going to have to dig deep to get back on the right track.
Last season, the Stars' record with and without Adam Burish in the lineup was striking. Burish was (and...
Dallas Stars forward Adam Burish will miss at least a month with a broken hand, according to the Morning News.
The Dallas Stars have placed forward Adam Burish on injured reserve with a broken hand.
Dallas Stars 0 - Florida Panthers 6
10,175 people showed up to last night's game to watch the Stars take on the Florida Panthers. Unfortunately for those 10,175 people in the stands (Well maybe not all of them. I assume some were cheering for the Panthers), the 19 guys wearing the home sweaters forgot to show up.
The Stars were dominated in this game from start to finish...
In the latest NHL Network News Update, Ed Cohen reports that Jaromir Jagr is not traveling with the Flyers, Steve Ott will return for the Stars and more. (NBC Sports)