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Columbus Blue Jackets
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It was probably right around the 11th minute John Scott played last night for the Chicago Blackhawks that one began to wonder what the hell is going on with this team right now.
Scott's 11:16 wasn't just a season-high in his five games in 2011-12. It's the most he's played since Oct. 11, 2010 — as span of 41 games. He partnered with Steve Montador, as Coach Joel Quenneville wanted to give Scott an audition for … well, who knows?
From Jon Fromi from The Third Man In:
Scott took a regular shift on defense for the first time that I can remember since he arrived in Chicago. The verdict? He isn't very good. I'm not sure we needed eleven minutes to come to that conclusion. Despite being badly outmaneuvered by Shattenkirk to set up the first goal, however, I can hardly pin this loss on him.
Of course not, even through they were both a minus-1 in the Blackhawks' 3-0 loss to the St. Louis Blues. It was their third straight loss and a game many had circled after...
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Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Chicago Blackhawks
RECORDS - CBJ: 2-11-1 (Home: 2-5-1), CHI: 8-4-3 (Road: 3-3-1)
WHEN: Nov. 10, 2011 - 7 p.m. | WHERE...
The Blue Jackets have had quite some time to stew over an embarrassing loss in Philadelphia. Columbus will try to put that defeat, as well as its awful start to the season, in the rearview mirror when it hosts the Chicago Blackhawks tonight at Nationwide Arena.