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Review: Columbus Blue Jackets 6 San Jose Sharks 3 on Columbus Zoo Night

 

Jungle Jack Hanna was on hand last night for Columbus Zoo night. (2006 photo by Philkon Phil Konstantin via wikipedia commons)

Columbus Zoo Night (megasportsnews.com photo)

THREE STARS OF GAME:

* Jeff Carter, CBJ center: Second hat trick of the season, fourth of career. He’s starting to play well since coming off injured reserve.

* R.J. Umberger, CBJ LW: Had his first Gordie Howe hat trick which is a goal, assist and a fight.

* Rick Nash, CBJ LW: Had plenty of hop-and-skip in his step with a goal and an assist.

GAME NOTES:

* The Blue Jackets revived power-play has been on fire lately. They began the season 0-for-20 and had the worst in the league. Recently, by scoring their 11th power-play goal in the past nine games, has raised their percentage to 30.8 during that time and 20th in the league.

* The Blue Jackets, believe it or not, have the 3rd-most power plays in the NHL with 228.

* The hat trick by Jeff Carter was the second scored by Columbus this season and the 21st in franchise history. It was the 12th hat trick at Nationwide Arena and the first since Matt Calvert’s three goals on February 25, 2011 vs. Phoenix.

* Columbus is 12-for-39 on the power-play for 30.8 percent, the last nine games.

* The CBJ scored the first goal of the game for the 26th time this season and are 12-10-4 in those games.

* Columbus overall vs. San Jose Sharks is 14-26-4 all-time, 11-9-2 at Nationwide Arena.

* There were 14,625 fans in attendance last night.

* Center Antoine Vermette played in his 600th game of his NHL career last night by picking up an assist on David Savard’s goal.

*Center Jeff Carter played in his 500th game of his NHL career last night. It was his second hat trick the past 17 games, the other was December 22 at Nashville.

* Goalie Steve Mason earned his eighth win of the season. It was the 85th overall win of his CBJ career, setting a franchise record for goaltender wins. He was able to achieve the honor in 206 games and broke Marc Denis’ record of 84 wins which was earned in 266 games.

Since coming off injured reserve, Jeff Carter is playing like an All-Star (megasportsnews.com photo)

SAN JOSE SHARKS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO:

Head Coach Todd McLellan

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/McLellan022112.mp3

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO:

Goaltender Steve Mason

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Mason022112.mp3

Interim head coach Todd Richards

http://bluejackets.nhl.com/v2/ext/2012/PressBox/PostGameAudio/Richards022112.mp3



GAME REVIEW: Columbus Blue Jackets 2 St. Louis Blues 1

 

ST. LOUIS BLUES POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

49 608 David Perron St. Louis LW He did hit puck into net in 3rd period with his hand

49 609 David Perron St. Louis LW Tough Road loss for a playoff contender

49 610 Barret Jackman St. Louis Def. Nothing went right, CBJ outplayed them

49 611 Barret Jackman St. Louis Def. Did Blues take Jackets lightly

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

49 606 James Wisniewski CBJ Def With himself, Nash & Carter playing together, team has played well this month

49 607 James Wisniewski CBJ Def His key 1st period block of puck near the open goal

49 599 Steve Mason CBJ goalie The game-ending play where a Blues player pushed puck into net with his glove no goal

49 601 Steve Mason CBJ goalie On a key play by Def James Wisniewski to knock a puck away from an empty net in 1st period

COLUMBUS, OHIO — Usually when the Columbus Blue Jackets have to depend on a play behind reversed by the NHL’s video replay officials in Toronto, its usually bad news. But on Tuesday night, they got the call that all 12,245 fans in Nationwide Arena thought when the play occured, NO GOAL!

It was the final 1.8 seconds of the game and the St. Louis Blues were trying to tie the game up at 2-2.

Blue left winger David Perron scored on the play when he fell down and lost his stick and pushed the puck past CBJ goalie Steve Mason who he was laying on top of and the red lamp behind the goal was lit and the official gave the goal sign.

But the video replay showed that it was not a goal and the Blue Jackets, who have been playing well this month, beat the team they have trouble with, St. Louis, 2-1.

(file photo)

With the win, Mason won his 84th career game in a Columbus uniform, tying the record set by Marc Denis.

The Blue Jackets received goals from James Wisniewski and Derek Dorsett.

The Blues lone goal was scored by Jeff Backes.

THREE STARS OF THE GAME:

* CBJ RW Derek Dorsett, scored the game-winner and set the tone early.

* CBJ Defenseman James Wisniewski, saved a goal and scored one.

* CBJ goalie Steve Mason, had 31 saves and showed how he can play when sharp.

GAME NOTES:

* Columbus is 4-2-0 in their last six games after being 4-15-2 the previous 21 games.

* Columbus has power play goals in six-straight games after going 1-for-4 with the man advantage in the game. The team is 8-for-27 for 29.6 percent in the last six games after going 4-for-12 for 9.5 percent the previous 17 games.

* The Blue Jackets allowed the first goal of the game for the 33rd time this season. The team is 6-25-2 in those games, while going 8-16-4 when tied after the first period and 3-6-3 when tied after two periods.

* The Blue Jackets are now 24-29-13 against St. Louis all-time, including a 16-11-6 at Nationwide Arena.

 

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

 

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Post-Game Summary: Anaheim 5 Columbus 3

 

Anaheim Ducks Right Wing Corey Perry is a Blue Jackets killer!

In Sunday night’s fourth and final meeting of the season between the two teams, Perry scored his 24, 25 and 26 goals of the season and a hat trick in leading the Ducks to a 5-3 win over the Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena before a crowd of 14,043.

Corey Perry of Anaheim in 2007 (photo by Arnold C. of Buchanan-Hermit via wikipedia commons)

The NHL’s MVP from last season, scored his second hat trick of the season (both against Columbus) in a one month span.

He scored just :46 seconds into the game and added another before the end of the first period to put the Ducks up 2-0.

His third goal came in the second period and he almost had a fourth goal in the third, but CBJ goalie Steve Mason stopped him cold with a good save.

In January, the 6’3, 203-pound Perry scored a hat trick at the Honda Center against Columbus. He is the first player to score a hat trick against Columbus in the same season.

GAME NOTES:

* Defenseman Fedor Tyutin snapped an 18-game goalless skid with his fourth of the season tonight. He had last scored Dec. 29 at Dallas. He is now tied for the team lead among defensemen in goals with Grant Clitsome. He later added an assist for second multi-point game in the last three outings. He has points in three of the last four games (1-4-5) after being held pointless the previous nine games. In 298 games with the Blue Jackets, he has tallied 26-91-117 compared to 15-52-67 in 251 games with the NY Rangers. In 18 career games against Anaheim, he has 4-8-12.

* Center Jeff Carter collected his first assist in seven games with a helper on Tyutin’s goal. He last had an assist Dec. 31 vs. Washington. He has points in three of the last five games (2-1-3) after being held to 0-1-1 the previous seven games. He has recorded 2-3-5 in eight career games against the Ducks.

* LW Vinny Prospal has points in five of the last six games after picking up an assist on Tyutin’s goal. He has 1-4-5 during that stretch after being held pointless the previous nine games. In 17 career games against the Ducks, he has collected 5-10-15.

ANAHEIM DUCKS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

49 564 Ryan Getzlaf Anaheim center All big scorers came through early in game, a key

49 565 Ryan Getzlaf Anaheim center Columbus does not allow much spacing, Ducks found seams with passing

49 566 Ryan Getzlaf Anaheim Ducks center The Ducks had good puck movement another key to success

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME DRESSING ROOM AUDIO

49 570 Derek Dorsett CBJ RW The team has made strides under Richards, down 5-1 no quit

49 572 Todd Richards CJ coach Anaheim is tough to stop, Selanne a Hall of Famer, Perry a goal scorer

 

FULL GAME STORY ON MONDAY WITH MORE AUDIO.

 

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE



 

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

Sanford activated as backup goalie for CBJ; York back to minors

 

Goalie Curtis Sanford with Vancouver January 2008 (photo by Mister Leung via wikipedia commons)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated goaltender Curtis Sanford off injured reserve and have assigned goalie Allen York to the team’s Springfield, Massachusetts affiliate in the AHL

Sanford has been out of action the last 10 games due to a pulled groin muscle suffered in practice on October 17.

York has been the CBJ’s backup to starter Steve Mason. He played in four games going 0-1-0.

Sanford, who is 32 years old, has played for Montreal, Vancouver and St. Louis in his career. He began his pro career in 2000 as an undrafted free agent. He has played in 109 NHL games.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets

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