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Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Fedor Tyutin
The Columbus Blue Jackets activated defenseman Fedor Tyutin off injured reserve Friday and reassigned defenseman Cody Goloubef to their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Mass.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated forward Marian Gaborik off injured reserve after he missed the past 22 games, along with the Sochi Olympics, because of a broken collarbone.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have placed Fedor Tyutin on injured reserve after the defenseman was hurt playing for Russia in the Olympics.
Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Fedor Tyutin is expected to miss two to three weeks due to an ankle injury suffered while playing for Russia in the Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
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"It was the worst hit I've ever had from behind," Tyutin told The Columbus Dispatch. "I wasn't surprised, not when you see (Cooke) in the highlights all the time for dirty hits."