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GAME REVIEW: Columbus Blue Jackets 2 St. Louis Blues 1

 

ST. LOUIS BLUES POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

49 608 David Perron St. Louis LW He did hit puck into net in 3rd period with his hand

49 609 David Perron St. Louis LW Tough Road loss for a playoff contender

49 610 Barret Jackman St. Louis Def. Nothing went right, CBJ outplayed them

49 611 Barret Jackman St. Louis Def. Did Blues take Jackets lightly

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

49 606 James Wisniewski CBJ Def With himself, Nash & Carter playing together, team has played well this month

49 607 James Wisniewski CBJ Def His key 1st period block of puck near the open goal

49 599 Steve Mason CBJ goalie The game-ending play where a Blues player pushed puck into net with his glove no goal

49 601 Steve Mason CBJ goalie On a key play by Def James Wisniewski to knock a puck away from an empty net in 1st period

COLUMBUS, OHIO — Usually when the Columbus Blue Jackets have to depend on a play behind reversed by the NHL’s video replay officials in Toronto, its usually bad news. But on Tuesday night, they got the call that all 12,245 fans in Nationwide Arena thought when the play occured, NO GOAL!

It was the final 1.8 seconds of the game and the St. Louis Blues were trying to tie the game up at 2-2.

Blue left winger David Perron scored on the play when he fell down and lost his stick and pushed the puck past CBJ goalie Steve Mason who he was laying on top of and the red lamp behind the goal was lit and the official gave the goal sign.

But the video replay showed that it was not a goal and the Blue Jackets, who have been playing well this month, beat the team they have trouble with, St. Louis, 2-1.

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With the win, Mason won his 84th career game in a Columbus uniform, tying the record set by Marc Denis.

The Blue Jackets received goals from James Wisniewski and Derek Dorsett.

The Blues lone goal was scored by Jeff Backes.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME:

* CBJ RW Derek Dorsett, scored the game-winner and set the tone early.

* CBJ Defenseman James Wisniewski, saved a goal and scored one.

* CBJ goalie Steve Mason, had 31 saves and showed how he can play when sharp.

GAME NOTES:

* Columbus is 4-2-0 in their last six games after being 4-15-2 the previous 21 games.

* Columbus has power play goals in six-straight games after going 1-for-4 with the man advantage in the game. The team is 8-for-27 for 29.6 percent in the last six games after going 4-for-12 for 9.5 percent the previous 17 games.

* The Blue Jackets allowed the first goal of the game for the 33rd time this season. The team is 6-25-2 in those games, while going 8-16-4 when tied after the first period and 3-6-3 when tied after two periods.

* The Blue Jackets are now 24-29-13 against St. Louis all-time, including a 16-11-6 at Nationwide Arena.

 

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