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On The Bench: Columbus Blue Jackets Report 1/26/2013

In the latest edition of On the Bench, Columbus Wired’s Catrina Padget and Dave Seaman take a look at the Blue Jackets recent road trip and the latest game against the Chicago Blackhawks. They also talk about the early season goaltending and look ahead to the upcoming week.

Coyotes’ Whitney reaches 1,000 points

 

Ray Whitney (file photo)

Ray Whitney, who has been playing in the NHL  since 1991, was honored on Tuesday night by the Phoenix Coyotes’ for achieving 1,000 career points.

A former captain of the Columbus Blue Jackets, Whitney in his second season with the Coyotes, garnered an assist and a power-play goal against Anaheim on Saturday to get to 1,000 points.

The 39-year-old Whitney, has 365 goals, 636 assists for 1,001 points in 1,147 games.

He has also played for San Jose, Edmonton, Florida, Detroit and Carolina.

Whitney was a 23rd overall pick in 1991 by the San Jose Sharks.

 

Info compiled from Phoenix Coyotes, NHL, Radio & TV news

 

Richards gets first win as Blue Jackets beats Coyotes, 4-3

 

Todd Richards (Blue Jackets photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have waited awhile to get a win at home.

It came last night at Nationwide Arena, after center Derick Brassard blocked a shot with three seconds left to help seal a 4-3 win over a team the Jackets usually have trouble beating, the Phoenix Coyotes.

Columbus survived a third period where the Coyotes kept pressing to tie the game. It was the team’s first at home since December 13 and their first win in regulation at home since November. It also represented their first win under interim head coach Todd Richards.

Brassard was not the only hero in last night’s win. In his seventh NHL game, Tomas Kubalik and left wing Ryan Russell in his fourth NHL game, each scored their first NHL goals.

Blue Jackets star Rick Nash scored a goal and the assist for the four goals were distributed among eight players. Let’s not forget about goaltender Curtis Sanford, who made 32 saves, 27 of them in the final two periods.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME

* Derick Brassard, Blue Jackets center, scored a goal, collected an assist and a game-ending block of a shot

* Lauri Korpiloski, Coyotes left wing, scored a goal, dished out two assists and was in on every goal for his team

* Ryan Russell, Blue Jackets left wing, scored his first NHL goal which turned out to be important in the team’s win

 

Info courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets news

Red Wings welcome back Datsyuk from injury

 

Pavel Datsyuk of Detroit Red Wings in 2008 (photo by Dan4th Nicholas via wikipedia commons)

The Detroit Red Wings welcomed back one of their veterans on Thursday night.

33-year-old Pavel Datsyuk, who is from Russia, played in last night’s shootout win over the Phoenix Coyotes, 3-2.

The center missed Tuesday night’s game due to a lower-body injury.

Datsyuk, who has been with the Detroit organization since 1998, played very well in the win. He assisted on Johan Franzen’s goal and scored in the shootout.

 

Info compiled from Detroit Red Wings news, NHL, Radio & TV news

Former Jackets return tonight when Phoenix comes calling

 

(Clipart by Chris courtesy from Clker.com)

Columbus Blue Jackets fans will see several familiar faces tonight in Nationwide Arena when the Phoenix Coyotes visit.

Former Jackets Rostislav Klesla, Ray Whitney, Raffi Torres and Gilbert Brule along with former coach Dave King are in town.

King, Columbus’ first head coach is the Coyotes’ developmental coach.

Whitney leads Phoenix in points with 36.

Klesla, the Blue Jackets’ very first pick in franchise history, in 2000, number-4 overall will be making his first visit to Nationwide since being traded to the desert city team on February 28, 2011 for Scottie Upshaw and Sami Lepistro, who are no longer with Columbus.

Klesla, who was one of the most popular Blue Jackets players, has one goal, seven assists and a plus-5 rating in 36 games.

 

Info compiled from NHL & Phoenix Coyotes game information

 

clipart courtesy of Clker.com

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