Pro Hockey Talk "Artem Anisimov on Tuesday underwent successful surgery on his injured right wrist, the Chicago Blackhawks announced. “We anticipate his return to full hockey activities in approximately six to eight weeks,” said team physician Dr. Michael Terry in a statement. The news comes eight days after..." May 03
ESPN "The Chicago Blackhawks will be without goaltender Corey Crawford and forwards Artem Anisimov, Marian Hossa and Andrew Shaw when they take on the St. Louis Blues. Crawford, Anisimov and Shaw are out with upper-body injuries, and Hossa is making his way back from a lower-body injury. Crawford and..." April 07
Chicago Tribune "Coyotes center Antoine Vermette will not face additional discipline for his hit on Blackhawks center Artem Anisimov on Tuesday night that forced him to leave the game. The hit occurred during the second period of the Hawks' 6-2 victory. With Anisimov hunched over while playing the puck near..." April 07
Sportsnet "Chicago Blackhawks centre Artem Anisimov is day-to-day with a lower-body injury and will miss Sunday’s game against the Vancouver Canucks." March 28
Q said Anisimov's lower-body injury isn't serious. Could play on Sunday. #Blackhawks
Sportsnet "The Chicago Blackhawks wasted no time inking their latest acquisition to a long-term deal. Artem Anisimov, who was not set to become an unrestricted free agent until the summer of 2016, has agreed to a five-year extension with the champions, according to reporter Andy Strickland. The..." July 01
Told #CBJ G Sergei Bobrovsky and C Artem Anisimov will play for Russia in the IIHF World Championships, May 9 - 25 in Belarus.
Todd Richards said Gaborik returns today & should practice tomorrow; Nikitin is sick & Anisimov is day to day. #CBJ
Columbus Dispatch "The Blue Jackets have signed center Artem Anisimov to a three-year contract, The Dispatch has learned. “Artem is a big part of our team and we’re very pleased to sign him to this extension,” Blue Jackets GM Jarmo Kekalainen said in a statement. “He’s an extremely dependable two-way center with..." June 26
Told #CBJ C Artem Anisimov (head) flew with the Jackets to Denver and remains with the team for now. He is out indefinitely.
NHL.com "Columbus Blue Jackets center Artem Anisimov was taken off the ice on a stretcher early in the second period of their game against the Detroit Red wings. Anisimov was leveled by a hit from Detroit defenseman Kyle Quincey 3:48 into the second period. Anisimov hit his head on the ice and did not..." February 21
#CBJ C Artem Anisimov tried to skate this morning, but foot too tender to go tonight. Had large ice bag on his right foot this morning.