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Calgary’s Iginla reaches 1,000th point plateau

Jarome Iginla (file photo)

Jarome Iginla scored his second goal of the game with 5:03 left to receive the 1,000 point plateau as Calgary rallied past St. Louis, 3-2.

Iginla became the 77th player in National Hockey League history to achieve 1,000 points when he scored on a breakaway play.

Blue Jackets place Huselius on injured reserve

Kristian Huselius (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have placed left wing Kristian Huselius on injured reserve retroactive to February 18.

Huselius, who suffered a lower body injury at Chicago on February 18, is listed as day-to-day.

The 32-year-old Huselius, has earned 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points in 35 games this season. He is tied for the team in power play goals with five to his credit. He has collected 188-261-449 in 656 career games with Florida, Calgary and Columbus.

Info courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets

Calgary beats Montreal in outdoor game in McMahon Stadium

McMahon Stadium in Calgary Alberta Canada (photo by Thivierr via wikipedia commons)

Rene Bourque scored two goals, Miikka Kiprusoff stopped 39 shots on goal, as host Calgary beat Montreal last night in the Heritage Classic outdoors game at McMahon Stadium.

The temperature was around 16 degrees at the start of the game, with the wind making it feel like it was less than 2 degrees.

Kiprusoff earned his fourth shutout of the season.

With win, Calgary moved past four teams into a tie with Nashville for fifth place in the Western Conference. Ten points separate third place from 12th place.

Info compiled from NHL & Calgary Flames news

Blue Jackets bring up Clitsome, assign Commodore to Springfield

Grant Clitsome (file photo)

Mike Commodore (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have recalled defenseman Grant Clitsome from the Springfield Falcons, Columbus’ American Hockey League affiliate, and assigned defenseman Mike Commodore to Springfield.

Clitsome, who is 25, has registered five goals and 10 assists for 15 points and 22 penalty minutes in 32 games with the Falcons this season. He leads club defenseman in goals, while ranking second in assists (tied) and points. He made his NHL debut with the Blue Jackets in 2009-10 and collected one goal and two assists for three points with six penalty minutes and an even plus/minus rating.

The 31-year-old Commodore has recorded two goals, four assists and 6 assists with 44 penalty minutes in 22 games with the Blue Jackets this year. He has career totals of 23 goals, 81 assists and 104 points with 645 penalty minutes in 454 career NHL games with New Jersey, Calgary, Carolina, Ottawa and Columbus.

Info courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets

Mason falters in goal again; Blue Jackets lose 6-3

CBJ slogan (megasportsnews photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets ended their road trip through Western Canada losing to the last-place Edmonton Oilers, 6-3. The road trip wasn’t a total waste because they picked up two points for going into overtime against Calgary and Vancouver.

The trip also unveiled something very disturbing. The up-and-down play of 3rd year goalie Steve Mason, who is looking more and more like his record-setting rookie season which netted him the Calder Cup was a fluke.

The Edmonton loss saw Mason being pulled in the second period, the third time in his past four starts that has occurred.

By the time he was pulled by coach Scott Arniel for the start of the third period, Mason had allowed 6 goals on 28 shots and the game was essentially over.

Kristian Huselius, in only his second game back from a high-ankle sprain, had all three Blue Jackets goals, scoring his third career hat trick.

The game in Edmonton was really rewarding for CBJ player Ethan Moreau. The former Oilers captain, who was claimed off waivers this summer by Columbus, was honor by the Edmonton management before the game and received a standing ovation from the sold out crowd. Moreau spent 11 seasons in the province of Alberta.

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets and Edmonton Oilers news

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