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Blue Jackets beat Toronto, 2-1 as Bobrovsky stars in goal

Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 28 shots vs. Toronto (file photo courtesy ColumbusWired.net)

Everybody said that it would be better if the Columbus Blue Jackets played in the Eastern Conference.

The CBJ seems to matchup better with those teams and usually had good overall records against most of the teams.

Well, the Jackets have proven everybody right.

After beating Toronto last night, 2-1 the Blue Jackets have an overall record of 31-25-5 with 67 points. They sit 5th in the tough Metropolitan Conference and 10th in the Eastern Conference. They are just 1 point behind the Washington Capitals and Detroit Red Wings for the 8th and final playoff spot.

Columbus, who won the season’s series against Toronto, dominated the final two periods Monday night to win the game before a disappointed crowd of 19,577 at the Air Canada Centre.

The goal scorers were Artem Anisimov and Dalton Prout. Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky almost captured his seventh career shutout but did stop 28 shots.

The Maple Leafs scored at the 15:45 mark of the 3rd period on Mason Raymond’s 17th goal of the season.

The CBJ return home tonight to play the Dallas Stars of the Western Conference at 7 pm.

 

Tampa Bay escapes Blue Jackets, 3-2

 

Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay March 2009 (photo by Resolute via wikipedia commons)

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Tampa Bay Lightning scored quick in the first period against Columbus on Saturday night and hung on for the entire third period.

Blair Jones and Eric Brewer scored in the opening period and Steve Stamkos scored in the second period as the Lightning won 3-2.

Former Jacket goalie Mathieu Garon stopped 26 shots and made a triumphant return to Nationwide Arena.

Stamkos, who entered the game tied for the NHL lead with 19 goals with Milan Michalek of Ottawa, put up the game-winner, his 20th.

The Jackets momentarily came back in the second period to tie the game at 2-2 with goals from R.J. Umberger and Rick Nash, and Vinny Prospal provided two assists.

NOTES:

* Before the game, Prospal was honored by the Blue Jackets for becoming the 268th player to play in 1,000 NHL games. He reached the mark against Buffalo on November 25.

* Umberger’s scored his 8oth goal with Columbus. He is eight shy of tying Geoff Sanderson for third on the franchise’s career list.

* Derek Dorsett returned to the ice for the Blue Jackets after missing two games for a problem with his left lower leg, following a collision with Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas last week.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING POST-GAME LOCKER ROOM

49 029 Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay center Back on a row after losing 7 of 9 games

49 033 Mathieu Garon Tampa Bay goalie Back in Columbus to play his old team

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME PRESS CONFERENCE

49 044 Scott Arniel CBJ coach 1-3-1 homestand very disappointing

Blue Jackets acquire center Letestu from Pittsburgh

 

Mark Letestu with Pittsburgh January 2011 (photo by Dan4th Nicholas via wikipedia commons)

Columbus general manager Scott Howson says you can’t have enough centers on your roster, acquired a “top nine” player in Mark Letestu from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a fourth-round draft pick.

Letestu who is 26, has a contract through next season and will cost $625,000 against the CBJ salary cap. He will be an unrestricted free agent in 2013-2014.

Currently, the Jackets are without Jeff Carter who has a broken foot and rookie Ryan Johansen is being used as a winger at the present time.

Letestu is 5’11, 195 pounds and is from Elk Point, Alberta.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets & Pittsburgh Penguins

 

 

 

Blue Jackets consultant Hitchcock hired to coach rival St. Louis Blues

 

Ken Hitchcock (photo by Mickey Reeves)

There had been rumors swirling since the current NHL season began that the Columbus Blue Jackets were going to bring back their all-time winningest coach Ken Hitchcock and put him behind the bench to replace Scott Arniel.

Well, the Jackets continue to have patience, but eight hours away on Interstate 70 West, their Central Division rivals, the St. Louis Blues ran of time and patience with head coach Davis Payne.

Payne was fired on Sunday night and Ken Hitchcock was hired to replace him. The Blues pulled the trigger to save their season, while the Jackets continue to wait.

Hitchcock won 125 games with Columbus and is 14th all-time in NHL coaching wins with 533.

The Blues are playing better than Columbus, but a 6-7-0 start is not pleasing for one of the NHL’s most-storied franchises.

They received permission to interview Hitchcock over the weekend and hired him immediately. They have agreed to pay the $1.33 million remaining on his Columbus contract and will give him an extension.

 

Info compiled from NHL & St. Louis Blues news

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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