Brandon Dubinsky thinks his knee injury is not serious.
Dubinsky was injured on Saturday when he had a knee-on-knee hit with the Coyotes Chris Summers in the second period. He tried to play in the third period but had to retire for the night after the pre-period skate. "I've done worse," Dubinsky said. "I don't think it's going to be too long." We will take him at his word and consider him day-to-day. He will be checked out on Tuesday by the Blue Jackets medical staff as Columbus returns from a road trip. He sat out Monday's game and has a goal and eight points in 15 games this season.