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Penguins Casey DeSmith and Brian Dumoulin Back on the Ice

For the second straight postseason, the Pittsburgh Penguins were without Casey DeSmith. The Penguins backup goalie missed most of the team's opening round loss after suffering a core muscle injury in the second overtime of Game 1. Just over a month after that injury, DeSmith is back on the ice...
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Penguins A to Z: Even with uncertainty, Brian Dumoulin remains a major component

With the Penguins’ 2021-22 season coming to a quick ending in the first round of the playoffs, the Tribune-Review will offer Penguins A to Z, a player-by-player look at all 54 individuals signed to an NHL contract — including those whose deals do not begin until the 2022-23 season — with the organization, from mid-level prospect Niclas Almari to top-six winger Jason Zucker.
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Dealing with knee injury

Dumoulin clarified that he suffered a grade-3 MCL tear in his knee during Game 1 against the Rangers on May 3, telling reporters Tuesday, "I injured my MCL. It was a grade-3 tear. It happened on that disallowed goal. My knee hit the post and hyperextended." Dumoulin had yet to...
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Remains unavailable

Dumoulin (lower body) still hasn't begun skating and will miss Wednesday's clash with the Rangers. Coach Mike Sullivan told reporters, "Dumo hasn't skated yet, but he's making progress off the ice." At this point, Dumoulin should probably be considered out indefinitely given his continued absence from on-ice activities. In the...
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Still not skating

Dumoulin (lower body) has yet to resume skating and won't be available versus the Rangers for Game 4 on Monday, Mike DeFabo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. While the team continues to label Dumoulin day-to-day, the fact that he isn't skating yet doesn't seem to bode well for a Game 5 return Wednesday either. Without Dumoulin in the lineup, the Pens have paired up Mike Matheson with Kris Letang, which does seem to be putting all their offensive eggs in one basket. Mark Friedman has stepped into the lineup as well, though Nathan Beaulieu could also see some minutes depending on how long Dumoulin is out.
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Missing second game

Dumoulin (lower body) won't play in Saturday's Game 3 versus the Rangers, Matt Vensel of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Dumoulin is set to miss a second game with the injury he suffered in Tuesday's series opener. The 30-year-old's absence opens up a place in the lineup for either Mark Friedman or Nathan Beaulieu. Dumoulin's next chance to play is Monday in Game 4.
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Out Thursday

Dumoulin (lower body) will not be available against the Rangers on Thursday for Game 2. Dumoulin logged 36:35 of ice time in Tuesday's triple-overtime victory and sustained some sort of injury in the process. It's currently unclear how severe his injury is or if he's expected to return Saturday for Game 3. Mark Friedman is expected to take his place in Thursday's lineup.
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Exits Friday's game

Dumoulin (undisclosed) left during the third period of Friday's win over Columbus and did not return. There was no update after the game, per Seth Rorabaugh of TribLive.com. Dumoulin left early in Friday's victory, but he returned to log 19:34 of ice time. However, he didn't get a shift for the last eight-plus minutes of the contest. An update on his status should be available before the Penguins begin the postseason.
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Penguins' Brian Dumoulin: Adds apple in rout

Dumoulin added an assist to complement a plus-3 rating in Saturday's 7-2 drubbing of the Red Wings. The veteran defenseman continues to be a fine "real life" option working in tandem with Kris Letang, who has matched his career high in points based on nine goals and 58 assists. But even though Dumoulin is the stay-at-home blueliner, his heavy ice time (21:52 on average) affords him plenty of chances to sprinkle the box score. He's up to three goals, 15 assists, 86 hits and 133 blocked shots to complement a robust plus-25 rating.
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Forgotten Carolina Hurricanes: Brian Dumoulin

Most players drafted into the NHL dream of making a career with one team, but for most, that isn’t the case. When fans think of long-time Carolina Hurricanes players, they think of Cam Ward, Eric Staal, Glen Wesley, and Rod Brind’Amour — the latter two had their numbers retired by the franchise — and all of these players had brief stints with other franchises in their careers, even if it was for one season.
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