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      Boqvist will be a healthy scratch on Thursday vs. Carolina.

      Boqvist will head to the press box on Thursday as a healthy scratch as Andrew Peeke takes his spot in the Blue Jackets lineup. The 23-year-old offensive defenseman has struggled to catch his footing all season as he's battled multiple injuries which has led to a disappointing one goal, eight points and -8 plus/minus through 28 games this season.

      Source: Jeff Svoboda 02/29/24, 5:14 pm EST

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      Peeke will draw back into the Blue Jackets' lineup on Thursday vs. Carolina.

      Peeke last appeared for the Blue Jackets on January 30th but will make his first appearance in nearly a month as he replaces Adam Boqvist on Columbus' blue line Thursday. The 25-year-old has yet to score this season but has six assists, 21 SOG and a -4 plus/minus in the 20 games that he has dressed.

      Source: Jeff Svoboda 02/29/24, 5:17 pm EST

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      Kartye will draw back into Seattle's lineup on Thursday vs. Pittsburgh.

      Kartye has been in and out of the lineup the last month and will return to the lineup on Thursday, replacing Andre Burakovsky (undisclosed). The 22-year-old Kartye has 15 points (8G / 7A) in his rookie season (53 games) but has been held off the scoresheet in the last seven games.

      Source: Kate Shefte 02/29/24, 2:25 pm EST

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      Hanley will be a healthy scratch on Thursday vs. Winnipeg.

      Hanley has played the last seven games for the Stars but will be a healthy scratch on Thursday as Nils Lundkvist makes his return from a concussion. Hanley's presence in the Stars lineup will likely be more limited moving forward with the recent acquisition of Chris Tanev.

      Source: Brien Rea 02/29/24, 12:39 pm EST

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      Tanev will not make his debut on Thursday vs. Winnipeg.

      The Stars acquired Tanev on Wednesday by giving up a 2024 second-round pick, a 2026 fourth-round pick, Artem Grushnikov and a conditional 2026 third-round pick to acquire Tanev. The Flames retained 50 percent of Tanev's $4.5M AAV cap hit, while the Devils retained 25 percent. Tanev is a rugged defenseman, who has racked up 171 blocked shots this season to go along with one goal and 13 assists (14 points) in 56 games. He should bring plenty of stability to the Stars' second pairing.

      Source: Bruce LeVine 02/29/24, 11:52 am EST

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