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POSTGAME NOTES: Edmonton Oilers 6 Columbus Blue Jackets 3

 

Mark Letestu scored his 10th goal for Columbus (file photo)

Rick Nash scored his 26th goal of the season on a penalty shot

COLUMBUS, OHIO — Edmonton with 5 second period goals dumps the Blue Jackets 6-3.

In a battle of the Western Conference and NHL’s worst teams, the loss assured the Blue Jackets that they’ll finish as the league’s 30th-place team.

EDMONTON OILERS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM:

Chris VandeVelde, center

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/VandeVelde032512.mp3

Landislav Smid, defenseman

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Smid032512.mp3

Tom Renney, head coach

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Renney032512.mp3

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM:

Jack Johnson, defenseman

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/JohnsonJ032512.mp3

Derek Dorsett, right wing

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Dorsett032512.mp3

* Attendance was 12,295 at Nationwide Arena.

* Blue Jackets had 6 penalties totaling 12 minutes.

* The Oilers accumulated 8 penalties for 16 minutes.

* Blue Jackets 1 for 5 on power play, while Oilers were 1 for 4.

* Blue Jackets put 32 shots on goal, the Oilers had 38.

* The penalty shot attempted by Rick Nash in the second period was the 25th in franchise history. The Blue Jackets have been successful on seven of those attempts. The last penalty shot goal scored was on March 25, 2010 against the Chicago Blackhawks by Jakub Voracek.

* Columbus is now 14-24-6 all-time vs. Edmonton, including 9-9-4 at Nationwide.

* The Blue Jackets scored the first goal of the game for the 35th time this season. The club is now 18-14-4 in those games, while going 13-3-1 when leading after the first period and 2-29-2 when trailing after two periods.

* Columbus allowed five goals in the second period Sunday afternoon, the most the team has allowed in one period at home in franchise history. It marks the third time this has happened (December 16, 2006 vs. Chicago, first period; October 23, 2001 vs. Los Angeles, first period.

* Goalie Allen York of the Blue Jackets made his sixth appearance of the season when he came in at the start of the 3rd period. He stopped all 10 of the shots he faced in 20 minutes of action.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME:

Ryan Jones was the star for Edmonton with 3 points (NHL photo)

* 1. Ryan Jones, Edmonton left wing with 1 goal, 2 assists.

* 2. Rick Nash, CBJ left wing with a goal and an assist.

* 3. Ladislav Smid, Edmonton defenseman with 1 goal and 1 assist.

* Edmonton improves to 31-36-9 for 71 points overall. 13-21-4 on the road for 30 points.

* Columbus falls to 24-44-7 for 55 total points overall. 14-21-3 for 31 points at home.

 

 

Blue Jackets dust off Penguins, 4-1

Consol Energy Center (file photo)

CBJ Slogan (file photo)

Everybody recalls the Pittsburgh Penguins embarassing the Columbus Blue Jackets back in December in Nationwide Arena.

But Columbus made their first visit to the Penguins new home. the Consol Energy Center, a special one with a 4-1 win.

The Penguins were without several of their star players, Sidney Crosby (concussion) and Evgeni Malkin (knee) and Chris Kunitz (lower-body injury).

With the win, the Blue Jackets pulled to within four points of the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference with their third win in a row.

The Jackets received goals from Rick Nash, Jakub Voracek, Sammy Pahlsson and Antoine Vermette.

The three stars of the game were: Rick Nash, CBJ LW, scored a goal and added an assist; Derick Brassard, CBJ Center, who garnered two assists and Steve Mason, CBJ goalie, stopped 32 shots and has three wins in a row.

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets news

Voracek comes back from 2-game benching to lead Blue Jackets to OT win

Jakub Voracek CBJ (photo by 5of7 via Wikipedia Commons)

Jakub Voracek had been a healthy scratch the previous two hockey games. In the world of hockey, a healthy scratch means a benching by the coach for various reasons: not playing defense, not checking, not playing with intensity, not scoring goals. In other words, its a chance to clear a players mind and get re-energized and get motivated again.

Whatever the case, Voracek made a nice return to the lineup .

He basically rescued Columbus from a complete collapse after dominating the game from the start. He scored the overtime goal in a 4-3 win over the Ottawa Senators in Nationwide Arena.

A crowd of 17,652 fans saw the Jackets in a familiar scene, blowing a 3-0 lead before being led to the win by Steve Mason and Vorcek in overtime.

Mason made several stops especially on Alex Kovalev and Peter Regin as the Senators kept charging the net in the third period and overtime. They outshot the Blue Jackets 38-23, including 16 to 7 after the second period.

But Voracek did not want to disappoint the huge New Year’s Eve crowd. He pounced on the puck after a Kovalev turnover behind the Ottawa goal and stuffed home the game-winner between the pads of goaltender Brian Elliott at 2:06 of overtime. The win gave the Blue Jackets three wins in a row, all with Mason back in the net.

Columbus built up a 3-0 lead on goals from R.J. Umberger, Sammy Pahlsson and Rick Nash.

The Blue Jackets are now 2-6 on Friday and 2-5 wearing their new third jerseys.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME

Jake Voracek, Columbus Right Wing, had an assist and the game-winning goal

Mike Fisher, Ottawa Senators Center, scored a goal, had six hits and four shots

Steve Mason, Columbus Goaltender, made 35 saves, including two huge saves in overtime. Is a hot goalie once again.

compiled from staff & Columbus Blue Jackets news

“Hard to read” Blue Jackets bounce back from Colorado debacle with win over Montreal

The Columbus Blue Jackets received goals from captain Rick Nash, Derick Brassard and rookie Kyle Wilson, plus two assists from Jakub Voracek to defeat the number 2 team in the Eastern Conference, the Montreal Canadiens, 3-0.

The two first-period goals, just 83 seconds apart, delighted a crowd of 10,466 in Nationwide Arena as the team went to 7-4-0 with 15 points to start the season.

Rick Nash (file photo)

The three stars of the game included: goalie Mathieu Garon with 29 saves; RW Jakub Voracek and center Derick Brassard who won 11 of 16 faceoffs and has a five-game point streak going.

The shutout was the 17th of Garon’s career as he shut down the explosive Canadiens.

POSTGAME AUDIO FROM THE COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETSĀ  DRESSING ROOM (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

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Blue Jackets shake off bad loss to Calgary; rally stuns Blackhawks (Saturday)

If the Blue Jackets keep following up bad losses with a big win over teams people say they can’t beat, its going to be a long, long season.

On Friday, they had a very bad loss to Calgary, but rallies from two goals down to beat the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center in Chicago.

The 3-2 win stunned the 20,265 in attendance.

R.J. Umberger, Derick Brassard and Antione Vermette scored the Columbus goals while Marc Methot collected two saves and goaltender Steve Mason stopped 30 shots.

Scott Arniel has Jackets playing well (file photo)

Blue Jackets captain Rick Nash had a 20-minute team meeting and said it was a look-at-yourself-in-the-mirror session.

The key point in the game came late in the second period with the Blackhawks up 2-0 and looking like they were cruising to another win over Columbus.

With 35.7 seconds left, Brassard picked up the puck after Chicago goaltender Corey Crawford had blocked aside a shot by Jakub Voracek. Brassard knocked in the rebound for his first goal of the season.

On the faceoff after the goal, Columbus’ Fedor Tyutin was pasted face-first into the boards by the Blue Jackets bench by Chicago’s Troy Brouwer. That vicious check sent Tyutin to the ice, grabbing his neck in pain. Brouwer was given a five-minute major and in that time frame, the Blue Jackets grabbed the momentum with the long power play which carried over into the third period.

The third period had barely begun, 1:33 to be exact, Tyutin put a shot on goal that glanced off of Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson before R.J. Umberger knocked the rebound past Crawford and just like that, it was 2-2.

At the 6:29 mark, Methot shot a puck inside the blue line and shot a slap shot that Vermette redirected past a stunned Crawford and that was your game-winner.

The Blue Jackets had a nice third period putting 20 shots on goal and finished the night with a season-high 40.

Surprisingly, Columbus is 3-0 on the road and 4-3 overall.

compiled from staff, Columbus Blue Jackets news & NHL news

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