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Blue Jackets look flat in 3-0 Game 2 loss to Toronto in Stanley Cup Qualifiers Series

 

AUGUST 4, 2020 II COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS AT TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
STANLEY CUP EASTERN CONFERENCE QUALIFYING SERIES II GAME 2

GAME AT A GLANCE

GOAL SCORERS

Columbus: None

Toronto: A. Matthews (1), J. Tavares (1), EN – M. Rielly (1)


GOALTENDERS
Columbus:
J. Korpisalo (36 saves, L)

Toronto: F. Andersen (20 saves, W)

 

BLUE JACKETS TEAM NOTES

  • The Maple Leafs evened the series at one game apiece with the Blue Jackets thanks to today’s 3-0 victory.
  • Columbus will enter Game 3 of a postseason series tied at one win each with an opponent for the third time in franchise history (2014 vs. Pittsburgh, 2019 vs. Boston).
  • The Jackets killed off all five Maple Leafs’ power play attempts today and are now 100 percent on the series (6-of-6).
  • The Blue Jackets’ five penalties killed was the most in a road playoff game when killing off 100 percent of penalties faced in franchise history (4-of-4, Apr. 25, 2019 at Boston; 2-3 OTL).
  • The Jackets ranked seventh in the NHL in penalty kill percentage from Jan. 11 through the end of the regular season, killing off 37-of-44 opponent power play attempts (84.1 percent).

 

BLUE JACKETS PLAYER NOTES

  • G Joonas Korpisalo allowed his first goal of the playoffs 16 minutes into the second period.  He had his shutout streak snapped at 96:00 minutes as he stopped the first 55 shots he saw to begin the 2020 postseason.  He is now 1-1 with a 1.02 goals-against average and .970 save percentage in the 2020 playoffs.
  • Korpisalo’s shutout streak was the third longest in Blue Jackets’ playoffs history, trailing only Sergei Bobrovsky’s shutout streaks of 103:16 (Apr. 19-21, 2014 vs. Pittsburgh) and 101:01 (Apr. 27-30, 2019 vs. Boston).
  • C Riley Nash won a game-high 81.8 percent of his faceoffs (9-of-11) and finished tied for the Blue Jackets’ lead in shots (three, Nick Foligno) on 10:53 of ice time.
  • D Seth Jones (28:04 TOI) posted a game-high five blocked shots while D David Savard added four.
  • D Zach Werenski collected two shots, hits and two blocked shots on a game-high 28:47 of ice time.

 

CBJ UPCOMING SCHEDULE

Wednesday, August 5 Practice at 2:30 pm ET

Thursday, August 6 Game 3 – vs. Toronto Maple Leafs – 8 pm ET at Scotiabank Arena

Friday, August 7 Game 4 – vs. Toronto Maple Leafs – TBD at Scotiabank Arena

 

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF BLUE JACKETS COMMUNICATIONS

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