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Review: Columbus Blue Jackets 6 San Jose Sharks 3 on Columbus Zoo Night

 

Jungle Jack Hanna was on hand last night for Columbus Zoo night. (2006 photo by Philkon Phil Konstantin via wikipedia commons)

Columbus Zoo Night (megasportsnews.com photo)

THREE STARS OF GAME:

* Jeff Carter, CBJ center: Second hat trick of the season, fourth of career. He’s starting to play well since coming off injured reserve.

* R.J. Umberger, CBJ LW: Had his first Gordie Howe hat trick which is a goal, assist and a fight.

* Rick Nash, CBJ LW: Had plenty of hop-and-skip in his step with a goal and an assist.

GAME NOTES:

* The Blue Jackets revived power-play has been on fire lately. They began the season 0-for-20 and had the worst in the league. Recently, by scoring their 11th power-play goal in the past nine games, has raised their percentage to 30.8 during that time and 20th in the league.

* The Blue Jackets, believe it or not, have the 3rd-most power plays in the NHL with 228.

* The hat trick by Jeff Carter was the second scored by Columbus this season and the 21st in franchise history. It was the 12th hat trick at Nationwide Arena and the first since Matt Calvert’s three goals on February 25, 2011 vs. Phoenix.

* Columbus is 12-for-39 on the power-play for 30.8 percent, the last nine games.

* The CBJ scored the first goal of the game for the 26th time this season and are 12-10-4 in those games.

* Columbus overall vs. San Jose Sharks is 14-26-4 all-time, 11-9-2 at Nationwide Arena.

* There were 14,625 fans in attendance last night.

* Center Antoine Vermette played in his 600th game of his NHL career last night by picking up an assist on David Savard’s goal.

*Center Jeff Carter played in his 500th game of his NHL career last night. It was his second hat trick the past 17 games, the other was December 22 at Nashville.

* Goalie Steve Mason earned his eighth win of the season. It was the 85th overall win of his CBJ career, setting a franchise record for goaltender wins. He was able to achieve the honor in 206 games and broke Marc Denis’ record of 84 wins which was earned in 266 games.

Since coming off injured reserve, Jeff Carter is playing like an All-Star (megasportsnews.com photo)

SAN JOSE SHARKS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO:

Head Coach Todd McLellan

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/McLellan022112.mp3

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO:

Goaltender Steve Mason

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Mason022112.mp3

Interim head coach Todd Richards

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Richards022112.mp3



Perry’s hat trick too much to overcome for Blue Jackets in 5-3 loss to Anaheim

ANAHEIM DUCKS POST-GAME AUDIO

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Perry021212.mp3

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Boudreau021212.mp3

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME AUDIO

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Wisniewski021212.mp3

 

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Anaheim Ducks have a potent power-play when its working.

Unfortunately for the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday evening at Nationwide Arena, it was working quite well with Corey Perry leading the way going 3 for 4.

Perry, the Ducks right winger, scored three goals for his fifth career hat trick, and second against the Blue Jackets this season, to lead Anaheim to a 5-3 win. The Ducks are on a season-long, eight-game road trip.

The surging Ducks are 12-3-3 since January 1.

Anaheim trying to get to the playoffs, have earned at least one point in 15 of their last 17 games. However, they are 11 games behind the eighth and final spot . Their slow start cost Randy Carlyle his job and they’ve brought in Bruce Boudreau formerly of the Washington Capitals.

Perry’s line was hot last night as Bobby Ryan scored a goal, notched an assist and Ryan Getlaf garnered three assists for Anaheim. Jason Blake also scored for the Ducks.

New Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau in 2009 photo with Washington Capitals; by Marcusvfx via wikipedia commons)

41-year-old Teemu Selanne, who will be a Hall of Famer in the future, led Anaheim in points in his 20th season, put up an assists which tied him for 21st place with Brett Hull on the NHL’s career list with 1,391 points.

The Blue Jackets received a goal and assist from Fedor Tyutin. Aaron Johnson and Antoine Vermette also scored for Columbus, who have been playing well winning three out of their last four games.

GAME NOTES:

* Columbus scored on the power-play for the fifth straight game, tying a season-high.

* The Ducks improved to 5-1-2 on the road after losing a franchise-record 13 games in a row.

* The Blue Jackets allowed the first goal of the game for the 32nd time this season. The team is 5-25-2 in those games, while going 3-16-1 when trailing after the first period and 2-22-1 when trailing after two periods.

* The Blue Jackets are 21-19-4 all-time vs. Anaheim, including 11-10-1 at Nationwide Arena.

* There were 14,043 fans in Nationwide Arena on Sunday.

 

 

Audio Cuts courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets pressbox

 

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

 

 

 

 

 

Former Jacket Chimera scores game-winner in OT

Jason Chimera (photo by DCMOSLON via wikipedia commons)

The Columbus Blue Jackets were officially eliminated from the playoff race with their overtime loss to the Washington Capitals in the nation’s capital.

The loss had a twist of irony. Former Jackets player Jason Chimera, a fan and media favorite, scored the winning goal at the 2:30 mark of overtime to give the Capitals a 4-3 decision.

The Jackets played the game without captain Rick Nash, who missed the game with an undisclosed injury, but stayed in the game by rallying three times from one-goal deficits to force overtime. They received goals from Antoine Vermette, Fedor Tyutin and Scottie Upshaw.

Winger Tomas Kubalik of Columbus, recalled from the minor-league Springfield, collected two assists in his NHL debut.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME: Jason Chimera Left wing of Washington; Tomas Kubalik, Right wing of Columbus played 15 minutes in first NHL game; Brooks Laich, Left wing of Washington earned two assists and had three takeaways.

 

 

Mason, Blue Jackets shut down Red Wings in Detroit

Steve Mason (file photo)

Usually when the Columbus Blue Jackets play at Joe Louis Arena, it means disaster.

Friday night, however, the Jackets played another solid game against Detroit and have picked up 5 points in three games this season against the team from Motown.

Steve Mason, who has been up-and-down since his rookie season, turned in a 34-save performance that shut down Detroit attack. Mason now has 17 career shutouts.

Columbus beat the Red Wings 3-0 in front of 20,066. It was the Blue Jackets first shutout win in Joe Louis Arena and their first win in the venerable Arena since March 7, 2009.

Antoine Vermette, Jared Boll and Andrew Murray scored goals for Jackets, who killed off all six Detroit power-plays including a 5-on-3 late in the second period.

Three Stars of the game: All Blue Jackets, Goalie Steve Mason, Center Antoine Vermette and Left winger Matt Calvert.

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets news

Blue Jackets beat Red Wings in shootout, 3-2

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

Antoine Vermette (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets did something that they rarely do, and that’s beat the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2 in a shootout before a packed house of 18,684 in Nationwide Arena.

The Jackets lead 2-0, gave up and came back to take the game into overtime and the shootout.

Jake Voracek and Grant Clitsome scored in regulation and Antoine Vermette had the only goal in the four-round shootout, snapping a five-game losing streak for Columbus and an ugly 1-11-1 streak vs. Detroit since March 7, 2009.

The THREE STARS of the game: all Blue Jackets, goalie Steve Mason, defenseman Grant Clitsome and center Sammy Pahlsson.

DETROIT RED WINGS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM PRESS CONFERENCE

46 323 Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit Def His thoughts when Jimmy Howard went out (V-TECK)

46 324 Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit Def Down 2-0 Wings came back in 2nd period (V-TECK)

46 325 Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit Def On Joey McDonald subbing in goal (V-TECK)

46 328 Mike Babcock Detroit coach Played well in 2nd but not what he wanted (V-TECK)

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS DRESSING ROOM PRESS CONFERENCE

46 338 Antoine Vermette CBJ center On his game-winner in shootout (V-TECK)

46 345 Scott Arniel CBJ coach Shut down Wings big scorers hitting them hard (V-TECK)

46 346 Scott Arniel CBJ Team did not unravel when Wings tied it up (V-TECK)

46 349 Scott Arniel CBJ coach On Grant Clitsome giving power play a boost (V-TECK)

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