Jack Johnson and Brandon Dubinsky Not Selected for 2014 Men's USA Hockey Olympic Team

Jack Johnson (D) and Brandon Dubinsky (C) of the Columbus Blue Jackets were not selected for the 2014 Men’s USA Hockey Olympic Team.

 

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Jack Johnson 

He played in the 2010 Winter Olympics on Vancouver (Silver medal), and was the first American-born NHL player to march in the opening ceremony. He has also played for the USA U-17, U-18, World Junior Championship (All Star team), and World Championship (Captain), all for USA.

He has played 40 games this season for the Columbus Blue Jackets, and has scored 2 goals.  He has 11 points, 32 PIMs, and is a -10 (plays the most minutes on the team, is always on the ice for the penalty kill and power play).  He has 8 total seasons in the NHL.  In those 8 seasons, he has 168 points in 448 games.  He was traded to the Blue Jackets from the Los Angeles Kings in February of 2012 for Jeff Carter.

 

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Brandon Dubinsky 

He played for the USA in the World Championships in 2008 and 2010.  His international totals include 10 games played, 6 goals, 7 assists, and 4 penalty minutes. He scored a hat trick against Norway in 2008.

He has played 34 games this season for the Columbus Blue Jackets, and has scored 7 goals.  He has 25 points, 68 PIMs, and is a +5.  He has 8 total seasons in the NHL. In those 8 seasons, he has 258 points in 456 games.  He was traded to the Blue Jackets from the New York Rangers with Artem Anisimov, Tim Erixon, and a first round pick for Rick Nash.

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