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Boston Bruins use strong third period to hold off scappy Blue Jackets, 3-1

(courtesy Boston Bruins)

 

BOSTON BRUINS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

52,597 Tuukka Rask Boston goalie Team’s defense stepped up in front of him in 3rd period 10 12 13

52,600 Tuukka Rask Boston goalie Going up against Sergei Bobrovsky he knows a low scoring game is the norm 1012 13

52,601 Tuukka Rask Boston goalie He was determined not to let in another goal after CBJ led 1-0 10 12 1352,607

Brad Marchand Boston Bruins center Tips hat to G Tuukka Rask for holding off CBJ in 3rd period 10 12 13

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

(courtesy Columbus Blue Jackets)

52,608 Jack Johnson CBJ Def Team had chances just couldn’t score 10 12 13

52,609 Jack Johnson CBJ def The Jackets are playing solid hockey in first four games 10 12 13

52,611 Todd Richards CBJ head coach Boston blocks shots so well. Is there another team like them 10 12 13

52,612 Todd Richards CBJ head coach This was a big early test for CBJ. Did he like what he saw even in losing 10 12 13

 

COLUMBUS, O. – The Columbus Blue Jackets matched the physical style of the Boston Bruins. But Boston showed how a championship caliber team can separate itself in a close game and outplayed Columbus in the third period to win 3-1 Saturday afternoon.

With the loss, the Blue Jackets, new to the NHL’s Eastern Conference, are 0-2 at home. Both of their wins have come on the road.

The game-winning goal was scored by Loui Eriksson, his first with the Bruins.

Eriksson, acquired last summer in the big trade that sent Tyler Seguin to Dallas, scored 150 goals for the Stars. He started the season scoreless in three games for the Bruins.

Starring for the Blue Jackets were Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky and Defenseman Jack Johnson. Johnson scored on a first-period power play.

Bobrovsky, last season’s Vezina Trophy winner as the NHL’s top goalie, stopped 33 shots.

BOSTON GAME NOTES:

* Claude Julien coached in his 700th NHL game (378-233-10-79).

* Both teams will face Detroit in their next game. The Bruins will host the Red Wings on Monday, and the Blue Jackets will play at Joe Louis Arena on Tuesday.

* The meeting was the first of three between the teams this season – the only one in Columbus.

* Boston’s Johnny Boychuk left after blocking a shot in the third period, but he returned.

COLUMBUS GAME NOTES:

* The Blue Jackets recalled C Ryan Craig from the AHL’s Springfield Falcons  before the game but he was a healthy scratch.

* Columbus F Nick Foligno played in his 400th NHL game.

* The Blue Jackets were without LW Matt Calvert (lower body) and lost LW Blake Comeau (lower body) in the second period.

 


Cincinnati Bengals reduce roster by six players

(courtesy NFLmedia.com)

The Cincinnati Bengals lost their first game of the pre-season Saturday night at Dallas, 24-18.

After that game came another cutdown which affected several players.

The Bengals trimmed their roster down from 87 to 81 Sunday afternoon by releasing six players. Gone from the roster are tight Richard Quinn, defensive tackle Vaughn Meatoga, wide receiver Jheranie Boyd, cornerback Terrence Brown, kicker/punter Quinn Sharp and linebacker Jordan Campbell.

The Bengals still must cut another six players by Tuesday to reach the NFL-mandated 75-man roster limit. The Bengals host Indianapolis on Thursday in the final preseason game for both teams. Teams must cut down to the regular season limit of 53 players by next Saturday, Aug 31.

 

Dallas fires GM Joe Nieuwendyk after missing playoffs for fourth straight year

Joe Nieuwendyk (photo by Resolute via wikipedia commons)

There had been speculation in Dallas for weeks that Stars head coach Glen Gulutzan was going to be fired at the end of the lockout-shortened 48-game NHL season.

Well, at least for now, Black Monday did not get the coach, but the GM instead.

On Sunday night, the Stars fired general manager Joe Nieuwendyk after four seasons, two coaches and no playoffs appearances.

The Stars ended the season with a 22-22-4 mark and out of the playoffs for the fifth straight year.

The 46-year-old Nieuwendyk is a former NHL center playing for Calgary, Dallas, New Jersey, Toronto and Florida from 1987-2007.

For now, Dallas has an option on Coach Gulutzan for a third season.

 

 

Detroit Red Wings chasing Blue Jackets for eighth spot in Western Conference; playoff run in jeopardy

(courtesy Detroit Red Wings)

Back in February when the Blue Jackets were 5-12-5, it looked like another season that was going to end in April.

The Detroit Red Wings at the time were in a playoff position (the top eight spots) and headed to the playoffs.

Well, this 48-game season has been one who has benefitted teams like the Blue Jackets and New York Islanders and has hurt Detroit and Nashville.

The Blue Jackets for the first time in their history won the season series from the Red Wings which is unbelievable.

As of today, April 22, The Blue Jackets have 51 points, tied for 7th place with Minnesota and the Red Wings are 9th with 48 points, tied with Dallas. The Blue Jackets have two games left while Detroit has four left.

The Red Wings lost in a shootout at Vancouver on Saturday and could not tie the Columbus.

Detroit has a streak of 21 straight seasons of making the NHL playoffs, which ties them for the fifth-longest such streak in league history.

The Red Wings try to play catch-up tonight as they host Phoenix.

NCAA considering changes in recruiting rules

(courtesy of NCAA)

The NCAA has release a package of several proposals that would change the recruiting calendar, lift restrictions on how often and how coaches can contact recruits, and allow athletes to accept more money for participating in non-scholastic events.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association will have its annual convention in the Dallas area on January 19.

All of the proposals are expected to be voted on at that time. If the proposals are passed, they could take effect on August 1, 2013.

Mark Emmert is the current president of the NCAA. It consists of 1,281 institutions, conferences and organizations.

 

Info compiled from NCAA, Radio & TV news

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