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Bulldogs Announce Injury Updates on Andrighetto, Dumont, Tinordi



Hamilton Bulldogs Press Release

MONTREAL, QUE. – Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs general manager Marc Bergevin announced today the following injury updates on forwards Sven Andrighetto and Gabriel Dumont as well as defenceman Jarred Tinordi.

Sven Andrighetto
Suffered upper body injury on April 18 – out 1-2 weeks

Gabriel Dumont
Broken foot – out 4-6 weeks

Jarred Tinordi
Underwent wrist surgery on April 20 – out 2-3 months

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Bulldogs News: Injury Update, Fournier Returns, First Responders

Brandon Taylor / Hamilton Bulldogs Hockey Club
Brandon Taylor / Hamilton Bulldogs Hockey Club

By Dale Lamontagne, Hamilton Bulldogs Correspondent, Bulldogs Hockey Report – Twitter @Dale_Bulldogs

Hamilton Bulldogs News and Notes for Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

Bulldogs Injury Update

The Bulldogs gave an update on injuries to four players in Tuesday Weekly Release. Here are the following updates:

Connor Crisp – Out with a lower and upper-body injury and is considered day-to-day. Crisp was hit from behind in Saturday’s game against the Lake Erie Monsters where he left and did not return.

Magnus Nygren – Nygren is still sidelined with a concussion (upper-body injury) and is day-to-day, with having a setback last week.

Eric Tangradi – Tangradi will miss the next four weeks with a fracture in his left hand  (upper-body injury) which occurred in a game against Milwaukee a couple weeks ago.

Jarred Tinordi – Tinordi is considered day-to-day with facial and head injuries (upper-body injury) during a fight in which he was knocked out in on Friday against Utica.

Stefan Fournier Back To Hamilton

The Montreal Canadiens have sent forward Stefan Fournier back to the Bulldogs after a three game conditioning stint in the ECHL with the Wheeling Nailers, where he recorded two assists.

Bulldogs And City Of Hamilton To Pay Tribute To First Responders

On Friday, Jan 23rd, the Bulldogs and the City of Hamilton will pay tribute to the regions’ police, fire and ambulance services when the ‘Dogs host the Toronto Marlies at the FirstOntario Centre. This will be the Bulldogs and City of Hamilton’s second year hosting an event for first responders. And according to a press release, the team will have ”a ceremonial puck drop and interactive in-game components associated with the first responders.”

Next Game

The Bulldogs are back in action on Wednesday night as they continue their season long seven game homestand at FirstOntario Centre as they take on the Milwaukee Admirals at 7:30 p.m. And as always, I will be in attendance so be sure to follow along via my Twitter (@Dale_Bulldogs) and here at Bulldogs Hockey Report.