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Columbus Blue Jackets
Last week, in the midst of a month marked by healthy scratches and yo-yo trips to minor-league Springfield, Blue Jackets forward Jack Skille sat at his locker stall at Nationwide Arena and said, confidently and sincerely, that he was playing his best hockey in recent memory. It seemed strange then. But last night, after a 4-3 Blue Jackets win over the Carolina Hurricanes, it rang true. Skille took a behind-the-back feed from center Artem Anisimov and scored the winning goal with a short-sided snipe with 2:34 remaining in the third period. “I had it right on my tape,” said Skille, who was playing just his second game in 20 days. “I just ripped it. It went right where I wanted it.” That goal, and one scored by Ryan Johansen less than two minutes earlier, put the injury-riddled Blue Jackets in high spirits heading into a three-day holiday break. The comeback win, on the road against a division opponent, helped the Blue Jackets keep pace in the tight Metropolitan race. “It was a great w...
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It was only when Jack Skille moved south that his confidence level started heading north. And it all began last season, with a chat in the Florida Panthers locker room.
Up to that point, the swift-skating Columbus Blue Jackets winger was chasing a lot of things in his game but never really quite catching them. A former 7th overall pick of the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2005 draft...
December has been an overall exciting month for the Columbus Blue Jackets 16-17-4 who now rest in 6th place in the Metropolitan Division. After last nights win against the Carolina Hurricanes (14-15-8) the team has a three-day rest where to enjoy to holiday before they match off against the New Jersey Devils (15-16-7).
So how did the month of December play out? The Blue Jackets won...
The Columbus Blue Jackets are one of the most wounded - if not the most wounded - team in the National Hockey League this season, but some of the players on the skids are set to return.Right winger Jack Skille and center Derek MacKenzie are scheduled to be back on the ice on Monday night as the 'Jackets travel to Raleigh, North Carolina to take on the Carolina Hurricanes...
Ryan Johansen and Jack Skille scored 1:28 apart late in the third period to rally the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 4-3 win over Carolina Hurricanes on Monday night.
Jeff Skinner scored two goals and Alexander Semin gave Carolina the lead midway through the third period before Columbus came back to win.
Columbus also got goals from Artem Anisimov and Corey Tropp as the Blue Jackets...
In addition to being the youngest team in the NHL, Columbus has been bitten by the injury bug on a seemingly nightly basis. Just in the last eight days, the list of the walking wounded grew, shrank and then grew again. It's almost as if there's a revolving door to the trainers' room.
Jared Boll had surgery to repair a torn ankle tendon last Monday and remains on IR. He...
Even when the Columbus Blue Jackets win, they lose.
With Marian Gaborik injured again, the Blue Jackets will try to post back-to-back victories when they play the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday night.
While Columbus salvaged a split of its home-and-home set with Philadelphia on Saturday with a 6-3 victory, the positives of two points gained were tempered by the loss of Gaborik, whose...
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The Hurricanes gave their fans plenty of grievances to air on Festivus as they let two points slip out of their hands Monday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Up 3-2 late in the third period, the Canes looked like they were about to skate their way to a hard-earned win. They had controlled the play for most of that frame and were doing a very good job of keeping Columbus&...
Columbus looked good against Philadelphia in their 6-3 win