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from David Pollak of Working the Corners, Rookie center Andrew Desjardins was near the blue line when he was on the receiving end of a high hit by Blue Jackets left wing Dane Byers early in the second period. Desjardins fell woozily to the ice, then was helped to the locker room. He did not return.
“That’s exactly what we want to eliminate from the game, exactly,” Sharks coach Todd McLellan said.
Desjardins said he was taken to what is known in the NHL as the “quiet room” after the hit, but he said after the game he was feeling much better.
“You can’t risk anything, but we don’t know anything” he said of the decision to keep him out of the rest of the game. “I feel fine, I feel all right.”
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As has happened so many times this season, a player was hit hard in the head and went down. Andrew Desjardins got to his feet and was helped to the quiet room. Now Sharks fans wait, and that’s pretty much what the team does too.
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The Sharks Live Blog for the January 14, 2012 game between the San Jose Sharks and the Columbus Blue Jackets on Comcast SportsNet California and KFOX 98.5/102.1 FM.
Columbus Blue Jackets forward Dane Byers was suspended for three games without pay by the National Hockey League on Monday.
Columbus Blue Jackets forward Dane Byers has been suspended three games without pay for a shoulder-to-head hit on San Jose's Andrew Desjardins on Saturday night.
Brendan Shanahan explains the suspension.