Brandon Dubinsky

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 218
Birth Place: Anchorage, Alaska
Draft: 2004 2nd round (60th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • NBC Sports

    McPhee says Golden Knights ‘accomplished a lot of things’ in first draft

    No team was busier at the NHL draft this weekend than the expansion Vegas Golden Knights. Armed with 13 draft picks thanks to their dealings in the expansion draft, the Golden Knights began the process of building the real future of their team. It started on Friday night when they kept all three of their first-round selections and used them to select a pair of centers along with a puck-moving defenseman.

  • Together again: Toews, Saad expect chemistry to return quickly
    CSN Chicago

    Together again: Toews, Saad expect chemistry to return quickly

    Brandon Saad talked to plenty of people after he was traded back to the Blackhawks. Some were now ex-teammates from the Columbus Blue Jackets. Others, soon-to-be-teammates again from the Blackhawks. One of the first people he talked to on Friday? Jonathan Toews. “He’s someone I talked to shortly after it happened. He’s a guy I’ve always kept in touch with, great friend,” Saad said. “To be reunited, getting that chance to play with him again, he’s an incredible player and his resume speaks for itself. I look forward to trying to rekindle that.” The two didn’t lose touch the past two years. Now that they’ll be reunited on the ice, they hope they didn’t lose the chemistry either. Saad and Toews

  • The Columbus Dispatch

    Dubois, locals highlight annual Blue Jackets development camp

    The Blue Jackets will host their annual development camp beginning Monday in OhioHealth Ice Haus attached to Nationwide Arena. Twenty forwards, 12 defensemen and three goaltenders will take part in the four-day camp, which opens two two-a-days on Monday and closes with a 3-on-3 tournament at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. Center Pierre-Luc Dubois, the No. 3 overall pick last June, will be the star attraction, the most likely player in camp to play a regular shift in Columbus next season. The camp will also have a local flare: Powell’s Carson Meyer, a sixth-round pick (No. 179 overall) on Saturday, and New Albany’s Kole Sherwood, a free agent signee two years ago, are taking part. Meyer is one of five