Jared Boll and Chris Clark sustain season-ending injuries for the Blue Jackets

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Jared Boll and Chris Clark will miss the rest of the season for the Columbus Blue Jackets because of injuries.

The club also added forward Tomas Kana to the roster on emergency recall from its American Hockey League affiliate in Syracuse.

Boll, who had four goals and three assists and a team-high 149 penalty minutes in 68 games, suffered a hand injury in a fight at New Jersey on March 23.

Clark sustained a knee injury in Sunday night's 4-2 win at Chicago.

He had three goals and two assists in 36 games after being acquired from Washington in a trade.

He had seven goals and 13 assists this season.

The 22-year-old Kana, acquired in a trade with St. Louis, was the 31st overall pick in the 2006 draft.

He has never played in an NHL game.


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