Blue Jackets bring right wing Mike Blunden up on emergency recall from AHL team

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Columbus Blue Jackets have added right wing Mike Blunden to the roster on emergency recall from their AHL affiliate in Springfield.

General manager Scott Howson announced the move on Saturday.

Blunden has made one appearance with the Blue Jackets this season and had two shots and six hits in 10:31 of ice time against Colorado on Nov. 12. He has two goals and two assists to go with 69 penalty minutes in 51 career NHL games.

In 17 games with Springfield this season, he has eight goals and five assists.



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