Report: No supplemental discipline coming for Dubinsky

Bob McKenzie of TSN reports the matter of supplemental discipline from a hit involving Brandon Dubinsky and Anaheim’s Saku Koivu on Sunday night is over.

Koivu was left dazed on the ice after a late-second-period hit from Dubinsky, a 27-year-old center for the Blue Jackets, collided with him.

The play resulted in a game misconduct and a five-minute major interference penalty for Dubinsky, who later questioned that decision by the game officials.

“I don’t agree with the call,” Dubinsky said following Columbus’ 4-3 loss to the Ducks. “I don’t think I am a dirty player and I don’t think I was trying to target his head. I understand that the league is trying to crack down on hits to the head, and I don’t think it was one.

“It’s a game and we’re all competitive. We want to make sure that everyone is safe and plays hard. Like I said, I didn’t target the head and I feel bad that Koivu didn’t return to the game.”