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New Jersey Devils getting ready to celebrate 20th anniversary of 1995 Stanley Cup Champion team

The NHL’s New Jersey Devils will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their 1995 Stanley Cup Championship on Saturday, March 7 and Sunday, March 8, 2015.

More than 20 players and coaches will reunite during those days for festivities at the Prudential Center.

(courtesy New Jersey Devils)

The weekend gets underway on Saturday with an alumni charity game featuring the players of the 1995 Stanley Cup winning title team.

Memebers of the franchise’s first Stanley Cup team will then be honored on Sunday in a special ceremony prior to the Devils game against Metropolitan Division rival Philadelphia Flyers at 5:00 PM.

The coach of the 1995 team was Jacques Lemaire. Some of his top players included: Bill Guerin, Bobby Holik, Claude Lemieux, Martin Brodeur and Scott Niedermayer.

Jackets come back from two-goal deficit to beat Philadelphia in OT


55,711 Ray Emery Flyers goalie The team blew a 3-1 lead and loses in overtime 2 13 2015

55,712 Ray Emery Flyers goalie Second game in a row the opposition has spent a lot of time in Philly’s zone 2 13 2015

55,714 Claude Giroux Flyers RW & Captain Team lost another game where they blew a 3rd period lead 2 13 2015

55,715 Claude Giroux Flyers RW & Captain The CBJ stayed in the Flyers zone in the final period, why 2 13 2015

55,719 Sean Couturier Flyers center Is he concerned about the defensive lapses in their own zone 2 13 2015


55,722 Brandon Dubinsky CBJ center The team never quits no matter what the deficit is in the game down 3-1 to win in OT 2 13 2015

55,723 Brandon Dubinsky CBJ center Winning the game for Scott Hartnell as the team and fans celebrated his 1,000th game all night 2 13 2015

55,726 Jared Boll CBJ RW His goal got the team going after being down 3-1 in the 3rd period 2 13 2015

55,727 Jared Boll CBJ RW Talks about what Scott Hartnell has meant to this young team 2 13 2015

55,728 Todd Richards CBJ coach The Jackets for 0 20 0 before tonight when trailing after 2 periods What was the difference tonight in coming back to win 2 13 2015


COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Columbus Blue Jackets have not always played 60 minutes of hockey in their games this season.

But whether or not they are leading or trailing in a game, they are exciting to watch and will agitate opponents with their grit and grind all game.

Case in point on Friday night, against division foe, the Philadelphia Flyers.

They trailed for the entire game but were equally matched up with the Flyers. The only difference the CBJ trailed 3-1 in the early part of the third period.

Before Friday night’s game, the CBJ had one of the worst trail-after-two periods record in the NHL at 0-20.

That pitiful record might’ve woke up the team because the players were tired of answering questions about it.

Towards the middle of the third period, the Jackets started an unbelievble turnaround that led to a 4-3 win and got a lift from an unlikely scorer.

Artem Anisimov scored the game-winning goal Friday night (2013 photo by Michael Miller via wikipedia commons)

RW Jared Boll, more known as an enforcer for the team, showed that he has other skills by tipping in a rebound at 8:38 to cut the deficit to 3-2. That goal seemed to energize the team as they skated and battled like their lives depended on it.

Cam Atkinson, made a rebound shot and the game was tied 3-3 at the 15:20 mark.

From there, Columbus held on and took the game into overtime.

The Jackets kept up the pace and pressure by staying in the Flyers’ own zone.

Artem Anisimov scored the game-winner at 2:17 of the extra period as he was free against Flyers’ goaltender Ray Emery, to knock in the rebound blast shot by teammate James Wisniewski and the crowd of 16,403 went home happy from Nationwide Arena.

The Blue Jackets tied the game 1-1 on Brandon Dubinsky’s goal at 8:09 of the second period.

That was shortlived, as the Flyers came back to go-ahead 2-1 on  a Sean Couturier’s goal at 17:47 of the same period.

Wayne Simmonds got the game’s scoring going at 10:33 of the first period.



Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky out indefinitely with groin injury

Sergei Bobrovsky (2013 photo by Michael Miller via wikipedia commons)

For those Columbus Blue Jackets fans expecting to see goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky in the lineup after the NHL All-Star break ends, get those thoughts out of your hold because reality says his injury healing time will be lengthy.

The 26-year-old Russian, a fan-favorite, suffered an injury to the right side of his groin in Wednesday night’s lackluster 4-0 loss at Winnepeg.

CBJ general manager Jarmo Kekalainen says that the injury will require Bobrovsky to be on the shelf for awhile.

Bobrovsky, who always gives the Blue Jackets a chance to win when he is in goal, was scheduled to play in the 2015 NHL All-Star Game, but his injury derailed those plans.

Bobrovsky with the Philadelphia Flyers and Blue Jackets has a career record of 95-54-21 in 179 games.

Prospal set to become sixth Czech Republic native to play 1,000 NHL games


Vinny Prospal of CBJ Oct 2011 (photo by Rdav1109 via wikipedia commons)

Vinny Prospal has been a huge pickup for the Columbus Blue Jackets this year.

He is filling in for Kristian Huselius who is out with an injury.

Friday (Tonight) at Nationwide Arena, Prospal will achieve an NHL milestone.

The left winger will play his 1,000th game when the Jackets host the Buffalo Sabres.

He’ll become the sixth player from the Czech Republic to join that special club.

The others include: Roman Hamrlik (1,331), Bobby Holik (1,314), Jaromir Jagr (1,292), Radek Dvorak (1,139) and Petr Svoboda (1,028).

The 6’2, 198-pound Prospal is a 1993 71st-overall draft pick of the Philadelphia Flyers.

He has played for the New York Rangers, Anaheim, Tampa Bay, Florida, Ottawa and the Flyers twice.


Info compiled from NHL & Columbus Blue Jackets notes

Flyers welcome back Pronger


Chris Pronger with Stanley Cup in June 2007 (photo by Davey darling, Fuzzy510 via wikipedia commons)

The Philadelphia Flyers captain and defenseman Chris Pronger returned the team’s lineup last night in a 2-1 shootout loss to Tampa Bay.

The 6’6, 220-pound star who missed the previous six games after being struck in the right eye by the stick of Mikhail Grabovski of the Toronto Maple Leafs on October 24.

The 37-year-old Pronger has played for the Hartford Whalers, St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks.

In 1154 games, he has scored 156 goals, compiled 530 assists and 686 points.


Info compiled from staff, NHL & Philadelphia Flyers news

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