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The last 12 games for the Columbus Blue Jackets have been “The Sergei Bobrovsky Show.” The goaltender for Columbus has been the driving force behind the Blue Jackets’ 12-game surge where they’ve gone 8-0-4 and are on the cusp of the Western Conference playoffs.
Bobrovsky had an easy time of it this night as the Blue Jackets doused the Flames 5-1. Nick Foligno scored twice in a 51-second span. Add to that an Artem Anisimov goal and Columbus had three goals in 75 seconds to break open a 1-1 game.
SPIN: The run Columbus has been on is nothing short of amazing but it might come to a screeching halt, quickly. In this 12-game run, they’ve played 10 games at home with the only two road games at Chicago and Detroit. Now the Blue Jackets will face a bigger test with four straight in the road (NSH, VAN, CGY, EDM) and have just five home games remaining. It’s not quite time to hop of the Bobrovsky Bandwagon but be don’t be surprised if you need to find the nearest emergency exit in case of an ...
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How is this happening? How have the Columbus Blue Jackets, the team that was once the odds-on favorite to finish last in this lockout-impacted NHL season suddenly started looking like the team from the first (and classic) movie "Major League"? Does this group have the locker room equivalent of JoBu? No, and it wouldnt work anyway, as Pedro Cerrano found out after some intense...
The Tennessean's Josh Cooper reported Sunday morning that Rich Clune would not be suspended for his hit on Artem Anisimov Saturday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The hit came 9:37 left in the first period. Clune hit Anisimov well after the puck was released and left his feet for the big hit. After the play, Anisimov slowly came back to his feet and was bloodied...
Nick Foligno scored twice in a club-record 51 seconds and the Columbus Blue Jackets scored three goals in a 1:15 span of the second period to beat the Calgary Flames 5-1 on Friday night, extending their franchise-record points streak to 12 games.
Artem Anisimov, Colton Gillies and Jared Boll also had goals and Sergei Bobrovsky continued his strong play with 24 saves as the Blue...
Columbus Blue Jackets fans are clear when it comes to who their MVP is in this abbreviated NHL season, where the 13-12-6 club is on a 12-game point streak and are in playoff contention with 32 points:
Sergei Bobrovsky. Is this even a competition? tweeted @DaveSeaman94, when the question was posed via the social media outlet, Twitter, to fans earlier this week.
MVP Bobrovskyand its...
(Photo by: Jim Prisching/AP)
Steve Mason is looking to repeat his rookie season success, but have been able to do so in the past three seasons and is about to make it four. Mason is constantly under pressure in Columbus by the organization--and even fans who send death threats--to perform. At the start of the season the goaltending situation was in favor of Mason starting...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Nick Foligno scored twice in a club-record 51 seconds and the Columbus Blue Jackets scored three goals in a 1:15 span of the second period to beat the Calgary Flames 5-1 on Friday night, extending their franchise-record points streak to 12 games.
Artem Anisimov, Colton Gillies and Jared Boll also had goals and Sergei Bobrovsky continued his strong play with...
Clune received 5 for interference, a 20 and game misconduct.
The thought crossed my mind just prior to the opening puck drop that the Columbus Blue Jackets recent play was reminiscent of how Nashville has won a lot of games over the last several years. Consistently good goaltending, hard work, scoring by committee and a team-wide commitment to defense has resulted in a lot of wins for Nashville and Columbus used that same model during their...
Coming into the night, the Columbus Blue Jackets — yes, those Columbus Blue Jackets — had a 12-game streak in which they had gotten at least one point in the standings. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the Nashville Predators were coming in having not won back-to-back games since February 14.
On the strength of a 21 save performance by Pekka Rinne and five goals, the Preds...
SlapShot Radioâs photographer captured all the action last night at the Bridge, here are todayâs SnapShots! See the complete album at SlapShotRadio.com.
From Predators vs Blue Jackets March 23, 2013
Courtesy DLM/SlapShot Radio
3:04 â Thatâs all it took. Just a shade over three minutes to build on Thursday nightâs win, snap the Columbus Blue Jackets...
from Steph Greegor of Fox Sports Ohio,
“It comes from everyone,” said (Todd) Richards. “It’s easy in this business to get really negative. It’s real easy. But a quote I live by is ‘Pain is inevitable, but misery is optional.’ Losing is hard. It’s hard on everything. But it’s always your attitude and choices the next day on how you’re going to react to it...
Sergei Bobrovsky’s hot streak hit a mustard-colored wall in Nashville as the Predators pounded Columbus 5-1 and sent the Jackets to their first regulation loss in 13 games. Nashville scored four in the first period and chased Bobrovsky from the net by the middle of the period as they scored four goals in three minutes.
SPIN: Well, the run had to end and it happened almost as predicted...
The Nashville Predators battle the Columbus Blue Jackets Saturday night at Bridgestone Arena on 'Hockey Fights Cancer Night. The Predators are 12-13-6 with 30 points and ranked 12th in the Western Conference. The Blue Jackets are ranked 9th in the West with 32 points and a record of 13-12-6. Puck drops at 7:08pm CT.
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