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LA Kings show why they are always a Stanley Cup contender with 4-3 win over Columbus

LOS ANGELES KINGS POSTGAME LOCKERROOM

55,649 Dustin Brown LA Kings captain Team has to win every game to move up Western standings 2 9 2015

55,658 Dwight King LA Kings LW The Kings defense kept the CBJ away from goalie Jonathan Quick with only 26 shots 2 9 2015

55,659 Dwight King LA Kings LW The Kings came out and jumped on the CBJ early in the 1st period 2 9 2015

55,660 Dwight King LA Kings LW People always think the Kings are out of the picture but they always make the playoffs 2 9 2015

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POSTGAME LOCKERROOM

55,662 Scott Hartnell CBJ LW Has the 1,000th game achievement hit him yet eventhough its a reality 2 9 2015

55,666 Scott Hartnell CBJ LW Playing in his 1,000th game and then score you couldnt have scripted it at all 2 9 2015

55,667 Todd Richards CBJ coach The Kings looked like a Stanley Cup contender tonight 2 9 2015

55,669 Todd Richards CBJ coach His team is 0-20-0 when trailing after 2 periods how do you improve on that 2 9 2015

55,670 Todd Richards CBJ coach On Scott Hartnell playing 1,000 games in the NHL 2 9 2015

 

COLUMBUS, O. — The Los Angeles Kings on paper would appear to be one of the best teams in the National Hockey League.

At times they seem unbeatable. Other times they play inconsistent hockey, can’t string together two victories.

Just when people count them out as done for a season, the Kings emerge into the playoffs and a serious Stanley Cup contender. Proof, they have won two of the last three Cups.

Tuesday night, the Blue Jackets learned that the Kings came to play and would not be denied a win.

Scott Hartnell was the center of attention playing in his 1,000th NHL game vs the Kings (2014 photo by Lisa Gansky via wikipedia commons)

LA’s top line of Dwight King, Jeff Carter and Tyler Toffoli all scored goals en route to a 4-3 win before a crowd of 14,703 at Nationwide Arena. That line shot the puck a total of 10 times.

The Blue Jackets led briefly 1-0 on a goal by Jack Skille at 1:40 of the first period.

But the Kings had an answer everytime the Jackets got close on the scoreboard.

One bright spot in the game for Columbus was LW Scott Hartnell played in his 1,000th career NHL game. Only 27 current active players and 297 overall have ever achieved this honor in the game’s history. It was only fitting that Hartnell scored a goal in the contest.

Also scoring in the game were LA’s Dustin Brown and the CBJ’s David Savard.

2014-15 Blue Jackets ready for another NHL Playoff run with yet another young team

The Columbus Blue Jackets have come a long way from the days of depending on superstar Rick Nash to carry them.

The past two seasons without Nash, the team has posted winning records of 24-17-7 for 55 points in the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season where Blue Jackets just missed the playoffs via a tiebreaker against the Minnesota Wild, who had more non-shootout wins.  To 43-32-7 for 93 points and the playoffs in 2013-14.

The team has relied on several players to lead them to their winning ways: G Sergei Bobrovsky, F Artem Anisimov, F Cam Atkinson, F Matt Calvert, F Brandon Dubinsky, F Nick Foligno, F Boone Jenner, F Ryan Johansen and F Mark Letestu. On defense, the leaders include Jack Johnson, Ryan Murray, Dalton Prout, David Savard, Fedor Tyutin and James Wisniewski. So the days of relying on one superstar player is done and over with.

However, on the eve of training camp last week, the team was told by Johansen and his agent that they did not like the contract offers that were extended by the Blue Jackets. The Jackets have offered Johansen more money than what other top players are getting at his position.

The Blue Jackets organization is loaded with young talent. This year’s team may see some younger players added to the roster.

The winning ways started to happen when the CBJ signed  John Davidson and Jarmo Kekalainen who both had worked for the arch-rival St. Louis Blues to run the Hockey Operations as President and GM respectively.

Both Davidson and Kekalainen talked about the upcoming season of Blue Jackets hockey.

BLUE JACKETS MEDIA DAY PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO:

54,904 B John Davidson CBJ VP On money offered to Ryan Johansen 2014

54,905 John Davidson CBJ VP Is the team prepared to play without Ryan Johnansen 2014

54,910 A John Davidson CBJ VP On hockey players coming out of entry level contracts 2014

54,910 B John Davidson CBJ VP On the team has other stars to lead way other than Ryan Johansen 2014

54,915 A John Davidson CBJ VP On team having slow starts last 2 years 2014

54,910 B John Davidson CBJ VP On the team has other stars to lead way other than Ryan Johansen 2014

54,915 C Jarmo Kekalainen CBJ GM On what is expected in the CBJ camp do play better 2014

54,916 A John Davidson CBJ VP On the community talking Blue Jackets Hockey 2014

54,916 B John Davidson CBJ VP The business side of the CBJ is in a upswing with the team winning 2014

So far in the preseason, Columbus is 3-0 beating Carolina, St. Louis and Pittsburgh.





CBJ ships Pahlsson to Vancouver for pair of fourth-round picks

 

 

Several media reports from Nationwide Arena on Monday afternoon said that when the Blue Jackets told Sammy Pahlsson that he had been traded to a contending team, the Vancouver Canucks, he was very disappointed with the move. Several weeks ago when his name starting coming up in rumors about trades, he said he didn’t want to leave Columbus.

Pahlsson’s numbers this season are 61 games, 2 goals, 9 assists, 11 points and a minus-6 rating.

Sammy Pahlsson (file photo)

Pahlsson, a checking-line center, will be a member of the Canucks. Columbus will receive two fourth-round picks in the 2012 NHL entry draft.

Some fans and media probably look at fourth-round picks as nothing, but in looking at the Blue Jackets NHL and AHL rosters, they’ve had success in that round with Jared Boll, Maksim Mayorov and David Savard. So there is talent to be found in that round. The scouts have to find those players.

 

Info compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets stats, Radio & TV news

 

Blue Jackets recall Jourdrey, Savard from Springfield Falcons

Press release courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets

 


 

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Columbus Blue Jackets have recalled center Andrew Joudrey and defenseman David Savard from the Springfield Falcons, the club’s American Hockey League affiliate.

Joudrey, 27, has registered seven goals and eight assists for 15 points, 10 penalty minutes and a +2 plus/minus rating in 42 games with Springfield this season. Signed as a free agent by Columbus on July 1, 2011, he spent the previous five years in the Washington Capitals organization. Washington’s fifth pick, 249th overall, in the 2003 Entry Draft, he has tallied 49-69-118 with 85 penalty minutes and a +47 plus/minus rating in 321 career AHL games.

Andrew Joudrey (courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets)

Savard, 21, has collected five assists and 10 penalty minutes in 15 games with the Blue Jackets this season. He has also picked up 3-11-14, 38 penalty minutes and a +1 plus/minus rating in 28 games with Springfield. Columbus’ third pick, 94th overall, in the 2009 Entry Draft, he made his professional debut with Springfield in 2010-11. He tallied 11-32-43 and 18 penalty minutes in 72 games, leading club defensemen in goals, assists and points and ranking eighth (tied) among AHL defensemen in goals and 14th (tied) in points.

The Blue Jackets return to action Tuesday when they open a three-game road trip at San Jose. Game time from HP Pavilion at San Jose is set for 10:30 p.m. ET.

Blue Jackets lose 6-3 to Buffalo in prospect tournament

 

(Courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets)

The Columbus Blue Jackets allowed three third-period goals to the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday and lost 6-3.

The loss dropped the CBJ to 1-1 at the annual prospect tournament in Traverse City, Michigan.

The Blue Jackets, beat Detroit on Saturday to open the tourney, were off on Monday and will play again on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. when they take on the Minnesota Wild.

The Jackets received goals from Boone Jenner, Cam Atkinson and Cody Goloubef. David Savard garnered three assists and Ryan Johansen had two.

But the disappointment came in the play of goaltender Mathieu Corbeil, who allowed six goals on 37 shots.

compiled from Radio, TV & CBJ reports

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