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Detroit edges Blue Jackets in overtime, 6-5

Johan Franzen (file photo)

The Detroit Red Wings beat the Columbus Blue Jackets in a high-scoring affair in Joe Lewis Arena, 6-5.

The game was decided in overtime, by Johan Franzen, who scored just 45 seconds in from the right circle.

Columbus was unable to hold leads of 2-0 and 3-2.

Rick Nash scored for the Blue Jackets at 1:04 of the third period, when coach Scott Arniel pulled goaltender Steve Mason, giving the team a 6-on-4 advantage.

The Jackets also received goals from Derick Brassard, Grant Clitsome, Matt Calvert and R.J. Umberger. Jake Voracek provided two assists.

The Red Wings had goals from Nathan Ericsson, Valterri Filppula, Drew Miller, Brian Rafalski and Kris Draper.

Joey MacDonald was the winning goaltender for Detroit.

compiled from staff & 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)

Phoenix puts Blue Jackets away in third period

Shane Doan (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets always have problems with the Phoenix Coyotes.

Last night, Phoenix won the game in a 52-second segment of the third period by scoring two goals.

Shane Doan and Vern Fiddler scored within a minute midway through the third period after Columbus rallied from a two-goal deficit. Those two goals allowed the Coyotes to polish off Columbus 4-2 in Jobing.com Arena before 8,222 fans.

The Jackets received goals from Jake Voracek and R.J. Umberger. Goaltender Mathieu Garon, making his first start since December 26, stopped 28 saves.

The Jackets at one point this season has a record of 8-1-0 on the road and have been 1-7-2.

Columbus lost left winger Ethan Moreau in the first period with a rib injury.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME

* Shane Doan, Phoenix right winger

* Eric Belanger, Phoenix center, two prime assists and a plus-2 rating

* R.J. Umberger, Columbus left winger, extended his four-game goal streak

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets & NHL news

Blue Jackets play well in beating Minnesota in shootout, 4-3

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Columbus Blue Jackets made a complete turnaround from their 4-1 debacle at Chicago on Sunday in Chicago, giving up three goals in the third period.

The next game was against the Minnesota Wild, the Blue Jackets expansion-bretheran from 2000, and head coach Scott Arniel decided to shake up the lineup by sitting out regulars Jake Voracek, Derek Dorsett and Rostislav Klesla, all healthy scratches.

Arniel also did the unthinkable, starting  shaky Steve Mason in goal. Mason was his old rookie of the year self as he made several clutch saves throughout the game, 37 all told, in leading the Jackets to the victory. It was only his second win since November 22.

Steve Mason finally gets a win (file photo)

The Jackets received goals from Derick Brassard, Fedor Tyutin and Andrew Murray in regulation as they rallied from deficits of 1-0 and 2-1. The goals by Tyutin and Murray were scored just :41 seconds apart in the third period and put them up 3-2.

In the shootout, an area where the Blue Jackets usually struggle, they excelled as Rick Nash, Kyle Wilson and Kristian Huselius all scored to seal the win.

The three stars of the game:

Steve Mason, Columbus goalie.

Rick Nash, Columbus left winger, two assists.

Chuck Kobasew, Minnesota left winger, One goal, one assist, a plus-2 rating.

SOUNDS FROM THE COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME LOCKER ROOM (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

46 225 Derick Brassard CBJ center Weird game a win with no power play tries (V-Teck)

46 226 Derick Brassard CBJ center Team picked up momentum killing penalties (V-Teck)

46 228 Derick Brassard CBJ center Third period comeback was huge by CBJ (V-Teck)

46 235 Kyle Wilson CBJ center Getting a win for Steve Mason gives him confidence (V-Teck)

SOUNDS FROM THE MINNESOTA WILD POSTGAME LOCKER ROOM (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

46 216 Todd Richards Minn coach Couldve been devastating to lose on back to back goals in 41 seconds (V-Teck)

46 217 Todd Richards Minn coach Outshot CBJ all night but they scored on their chances (V-Teck)

46 218 Todd Richards Minn coach Mikko Koivu had a soild game tonight (V-Teck)

46 219 Todd Richards Minn coach Wild nice rebound after loss on Sunday to Detroit (V-Teck)

46 220 Mikko Koivu Minn captain Played well all night despite loss (V-Teck)

MINNESOTA GAME NOTES

* The Wild had a record of 16-14-4, with 36 points, good for 3rd in the Northwest Division and 13th in the Western Conference.

* Lost at Detroit the night before coming to Columbus, 4-1.

* 5th on the Power play in the NHL.

* Marek Zidlicky, has 33 points in his career against Columbus. 7 goals, 26 assists more than against any other team.

* Are 1-5-2 playing second game of back-to-back games.

* 13-2-4 when scoring first, 3-12-1 when they don’t.

* Goalie Jose Theodore needs one win for 250 in his career. Only 7 active goalies have accomplished the feat.

COLUMBUS GAME NOTES

* Came into game at 17-15-3, with 37 points, good for 5th in the Central Division, 12th in Western Conference.

* Are 9-9-1 at home.

* Lost at Chicago the night before playing Minnesota, 4-1.

* Were on a 1-4-2 skid in the last 7 games.

* Are 17-16-4 all-time vs. Minnesota, 12-5-1 in Columbus.

* 29th on the Power play in the NHL (12.2%)

* 22nd on the penalty kill (79.6%)



Blue Jackets jump on Calgary early, win 3-1

Jake Voracek (file photo)

The Columbus have had a tough December for the second year in a row and scoring goals have been at a premium, especially early goals.

Against the Calgary Flames, the Jackets scored first at 5:14 of the first period by right winger Jake Voracek. It helped Columbus win 3-1 before 12,443 fans at Nationwide Arena.

Jared Boll and Rostislav Klesla scored for the Jackets as well. The team’s new number-1 goalie Mathieu Garon helped the Jackets end the four-game losing streak and the 2-7-3 stretch. Garon made 29 saves.

The Blue Jackets, believe-it-or-not, are one of the NHL’s best teams when scoring first, 13-2-0 and one of the when when not scoing first, 4-11-3.

compiled from staff & Columbus Blue Jackets news

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