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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE: News, Notes, Milestones

 

(clipart by Chris courtesy Clker.com)

This is the latest news, notes and milestones from the NHL.

 

***Washington Capitals head coach Dale Hunter, who took over on November 28, signed on for only the remainder of the season. If Hunter and the Capitals front office feel the fit is right, he can remain for 2012-2013.

If not, Hunter will return to running the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League.

 

***Columbus Blue Jackets winger Cody Bass, who was called up from minor-league Springfield twice this season, will have shoulder surgery on January 3 thus ending his season. He is a tough player.

 

***Calgary’s Jarome Iginla is a consistent player. With three more goals, he’ll have 250 since the 2004-2005 lockout ended. Before the lockout, he scored 250 goals.

 

***Washington Capitals winger Mike Knuble played in his 1,000th game. Knuble has scored 221 of his 271 career goals in the NHL after his 30th birthday. He has more goals after his 30th birthday than Wayne Gretzky, the Great One did with 217.

 

Info compiled from NHLmedia.com and its member teams

 

clipart courtesy of Clker.com

Mason goes on IR; York recalled from Springfield

 

Steve Mason has a head injury (megasportsnews.com photo)

Steve Mason, who was supposed to be the goaltender we saw play as a rookie, but instead has played the way he did last season, had another setback at practice on Monday.

The former NHL rookie of the year suffered a head injury after a shot by Rick Nash struck him in the head during the morning skate.

The Blue Jackets recalled Allen York from minor-league Springfield to backup current starting goalie Curtis Sanford.

Sanford has started three games, winning two and will start on Wednesday at New Jersey.

Mason ranks last in the NHL goaltending categories of goals-against average (3.63) and saves percentage (.875).

 

Info compiled from the Columbus Blue Jackets, Radio & TV news

Johansen stays with Blue Jackets; spearheaded win over Anaheim on Tuesday

 

Ryan Johansen (file photo)

Ryan Johansen has been one of the few bright spots in a disappointing start of the season for the Columbus Blue Jackets who are 2-9-1 as we write.

For his play, the Blue Jackets have rewarded him by keeping him with the big club.

The 19-year-old has scored two goals in his nine-game NHL career.

Both of his goals have been game-winners. The CBJ will be keeping the former first-round draft pick will remain with the team and will not be returned to the Portland Winterhawks of the Western Hockey League.

Johansen will soon play his 10th NHL game, the first-year of his entry-level contract will engage and he will earn the right to become a restricted free agent after the 2013-14 season.

Johansen could not have been sent to minor-league Springfield, because NHL rules prohibit him from sent there until he is 20 years old.

Steve Mason was solid in goal for Columbus

On Tuesday night, the Blue Jackets played with an agressive behavior and crispness and sharpness which was much better than in two straight road losses to Buffalo and Chicago.

The team beat the Anaheim Ducks 3-1 in Nationwide Arena before 16,022 fans.

The Blue Jackets converted on a 5-on-3 power play 2:23 into the game.

The home team received goals from Rick Nash, Ryan Johansen and Fedor Tyutin and James Wisniewski registered two assists.

Sammy Pahlsson (26) in a face-off for Columbus

ANAHEIM DUCKS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM:

48 635 Randy Carlyle Anaheim coach Shots are getting blocked but how do you get more shots around the goal

48 637 Randy Carlyle Anaheim coach Still searching for third scorer to go with Koivu & Selanne on first line

48 638 Randy Carlyle Anaheim coach Teams paying more attention to George Parros this year. Is it on a different level

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM:

48 640 Ryan Johansen CBJ rookie center Has he earned his stay in NHL or back to Minors or Juniors 10th game decision coming soon

48 642 Ryan Johansen CBJ rookie center Team was rewarded for a great effort on offense & defense

48 643 Rick Nash CBJ captain Huge power play goal just 223 into game

48 646 Rick Nash CBJ center What did 1st period fights do to help Blue Jackets

48,647 Rick Nash CBJ captain On goalie Steve Mason coming up big all night

48,648 Rick Nash CBJ captain 4 games in the next 15 games for the Jackets a slowdown period

48 649 Scott Arniel CBJ coach His team had to match Anaheim’s physical play and they did with 4 fights

 

Photos by Megasportsnews.com

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

Giroux brought up by Jackets for goal-scoring

Alexandre Giroux with Hershey Bears in Feb 2010 (photo by AuroraHicky via wikipedia commons)

Alexandre Giroux had a busy Friday.

He caught a morning flight from Washington and arrived for practice at Nationwide Arena with the #2 forward line to get ready for the Dallas Stars.

The Blue Jackets need a secondary scorer and power-play help and they feel Giroux is the guy. He has been a scoring machine in the American Hockey League, but has struggled with the speed of the NHL which will not allow time and space to shoot the puck.

On Thursday, the Jackets brought Giroux up from minor-league Springfield and sent down promising youngster Cam Atkinson.

Giroux immediately scored a goal on Saturday night against the Dallas Stars in a 4-2 loss to drop the Jackets to a disappointing 0-4-1 start.

Info compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets, Radio & TV news

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Herbstreit Classic announces teams

 

Kirk Herbstreit (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Two central Ohio high school football teams will once again play in the Herbstreit Classic this fall in Ohio Stadium. That’s according to the Cincinnati Enquirer and several radio and television outlets.

Pickerington Central will face Cincinnati St. Xavier at noon on September 4, with the Upper Arlington-Springfield game at 3:30 p.m.

Both games will be televised on ESPNU.

 

compiled from staff, Cincinnati Enquirer, Radio & TV news

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