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Tyutin had the secondary helper on both Columbus goals -- the latter shorthanded -- in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Penguins.A rare multi-point effort for Tyutin, once a mildly offensively oriented blueliner who's settled into a stay-at-home role this year. His hit and block contributions offer some fantasy utility, but his 10 points do not.

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Tyutin found the scoresheet for just the second time in the new year Tuesday, collecting a goal, an assist, a plus-2 rating and two PIM in a 4-3 win over Washington.

He'd gone scoreless for nine straight games, dating back to Jan. 3, when he scored his first and only goal of the year before Tuesday. Tyutin's fantasy utility this year has been confined almost solely to hits and blocked shots, and one good game isn't likely to change that.

Fedor Tyutin D CLS 2 Months

Tyutin found the back of the net on his lone shot attempt in Saturday's loss to the Coyotes.

It was the first goal of the season for Tyutin, who offers most of his impact for the Jackets as a protector for goalie Sergei Bobrovsky. With just four points in 23 games, he's probably roster-worthy only in leagues that count hits and blocks.

Fedor Tyutin D CLS 2 Months

Tyutin (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Tuesday, Shawn Mitchell of The Columbus Dispatch reports.

Tyutin is set to return to action after missing over a month with his lower body injury. It's not exactly clear what defensive pairing he will be part of, but he figures to be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Red Wings.

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Tyutin (lower body) was a full participant in Monday's practice, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.

The blueliner hasn't been in the lineup in over a month, but looks probable to return for Tuesday's matchup with the Red Wings. Tyutin recorded two assists and a minus-2 rating in 16 games before getting hurt.

Fedor Tyutin D CLS 3 Months

Coach Todd Richards said it's possible that Tyutin (lower body) could return to the lineup Tuesday in Detroit.

Tyutin took part in Friday's optional practice and was on the ice again for Saturday's morning skate. He appears to be in the day-to-day phase of his recovery, and perhaps with another day of practice before the weekend comes to a close, he could be cleared to play Tuesday.

Fedor Tyutin D CLS 3 Months

Tyutin (lower body) is close to returning to action, Blue Jackets broadcaster Jeff Rimer reports.

Tyutin still needs a few more days to recover from his lower body injury, but he was able to take the ice Thursday, which indicates he will not be sidelined much longer.

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Tyutin was diagnosed with a left knee sprain and will miss four-to-six weeks, Shawn Mitchell of the Columbus Dispatch reports. The Blue Jackets have placed him on injured reserve.

The injury occurred in Friday's win over the Flyers, when Tyutin took the brunt of a collision with Philadelphia forward Jakub Voracek. The Blue Jackets immediately addressed Tyutin's absence by acquiring Jordan Leopold from the Blues for a future draft pick. Leopold figures to slot in on the third pairing Saturday against the Sharks, assuming the bulk of Tyutin's minutes load.

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Tyutin (lower body) won't play Saturday, the Columbus Dispatch's Shawn Mitchell reports.

Frederic St-Denis will suit up in his place. The Jackets expect to have a better idea of how long Tyutin might be sidelined on Sunday.

Fedor Tyutin D CLS 4 Months

Tyutin appeared to injure his left foot or ankle while blocking a shot late in Friday's 4-3 victory over the Flyers, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.

With only a few minutes remaining in the contest when the injury occurred, Tyutin didn't return to the game, leaving his status a bit hazy for Saturday's tilt with the Sharks. The blueliner attempted three shots on goal and laid two hits over 21 minutes of ice time prior to his exit.