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

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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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