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Andrew Luck lost his favourite target and the Indianapolis locker room lost one of its most revered leaders when Reggie Wayne was diagnosed Monday with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee that will cost him the rest of the season. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Columbus Blue Jackets play host the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night at Nationwide Arena in the final game between the teams this season.They last played each other Oct. 22 and the Blue Jackets (3-3-1) emerged with a 3-0 victory over the Stars (3-4-1).That was as flat as flat could be. Theres no disguising it, Stars head coach Lindy Ruff told The Dallas News. There was no emotion inside that game.Coming into Columbus on a two-game losing streak, the Stars are a team in search of offense. The high-scoring and confident group from last season is missing in action as injuries mount and the power play sputters.Dallas led the NHL with 265 goals last season but has scored just one goal in their last two games despite having 65 shots on goal.Saturdays 4-0 loss to the Minnesota Wild was the Stars third loss in four games.Its a microcosm of the season, forward Jason Spezza said to The Dallas News. Its been a little bit of injuries. Weve had a little bit of playing from behind. I think its just been a bit of a slow start from us.I think offense is something that we do well. So were not going to hit the panic button.Forward Patrick Sharp has missed the last four games because of a concussion, and forwards Cody Eakin and Mattias Janmark both have knee injuries.Stars general manager Jim Nill released the following statement in regard to injured forward Ales Hemsky:Ales underwent surgery this morning to repair a labral tear in his hip. The injury was sustained while he was participating in the World Cup of Hockey. He will be out of the lineup for five to six months as he recovers and rehabilitates.The Blue Jackets enter Tuesdays game with a 2-1-1 record on the just-completed West Coast road trip and are gaining confidence with each game. Coach John Tortorella marks his 82-game anniversary behind the Columbus bench on Tuesday.Team capptain Nick Foligno is leading by example, pacing the team in assists (seven) and points (eight).ddddddddddddOffensively, the team is much better this season when compared to last season after seven games. At this point a year ago, the Blue Jackets were 0-7-0 and outscored 34-13 (minus-21 goal differential).This season has seen them play more cohesively as a team, hovering at .500 while outscoring their opponents 18-17 (plus-1 goal differential). Their power play is second best in the NHL, converting at 33.3 percent, and their penalty killing is sixth in the league at 87 percentThe Blue Jackets have allowed just 17 goals-against, the fourth-fewest goals allowed in the NHL this season.Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky has played in every game this season, posting a 3-3-1 record. He has a 2.02 goals-against average and a .940 save percentage.Bobrovsky appears to be regaining the form and composure last seen during his 2012-13 Vezina Trophy-winning season. His play in goal has inspired confidence in his teammates.Defensively, the Blue Jackets are happy with rookie defenseman Zach Werenski. Through seven games, the 19-year-old has two goals and four assists. He makes smart plays with and without the puck, often choosing to skate the puck out of the defensive zone rather than risk turning it over.Defenseman Ryan Murray, having missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, could return to the lineup Tuesday against the Stars.Its been a couple of unlucky things (to start the season), but Im looking forward to getting back into it, Murray told The Columbus Dispatch.Blue Jackets defenseman Dillon Heatherington is on injured reserve (wrist) and forward David Clarkson is on long-term injured reserve (back). Nike NFL Jerseys ChinaChina NFL HoodiesWholesale NFL T-shirtsWholesale Jerseys 2020Wholesale Jerseys ChinaWholesale NFL HoodiesNFL Jerseys CheapCheap NFL Jerseys ChinaYouth NFL Jerseys WholesaleChina JerseysStitched JerseysStitched NFL JerseysCheap NFL Jerseys CamoStitched JerseysWholesale NFL Autographed Jerseys ' ' '