Found February 14, 2012 on
Derek Dorsett's third-period goal lifted the Columbus Blue Jackets over the St. Louis Blues 2-1 on Tuesday night. A potential tying goal by St. Louis with 1.8 seconds left in regulation was disallowed. A scrum in the final seconds resulted in a pileup in the crease. Video replays showed the Blues' David Perron falling on top of a prone Blue Jackets goalie Steve Mason, and then shoving the puck...
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from Jonathan Willis of The Cult Of Hockey, It was only this evening that the most connected man in hockey, TSN’s Bob McKenzie said on national television that “Rick Nash, to our knowledge, is not available.” It struck me as a sane comment in what is generally an insane time.
So I’m very surprised to write that things appear to have changed.
Renaud Lavoie, a hockey reporter...
We know that the Columbus Blue Jackets have made Rick Nash is available for trade. We also know that Nash has a no-movement clause in his contract, therefore being in full control of...
Derek Dorsett scored the game-winning goal in the third period, as the Columbus Blue Jackets cooled off the St. Louis Blues, 2-1, at Nationwide Arena.
Rick Nash still remains a possibility to be dealt at trade deadline while Tuomo Ruutu isn’t looking likely to be going anywhere.
Nash’s hefty contract with a $7.8-million hit has created feasibility problems for teams like the Toronto Maple Leafs.
But, the Leafs still seem interested in Nash. And here’s why Nash may be likely to waive that no-trade clause:
A failure by Blues forward Chris Stewart to score into an open
net proved a memorable miss.
Pierre LeBrun at ESPN.com reports that while the Rangers covet Rick Nash, team brass is concerned about giving up too much and wrecking the good chemistry they have.Reports have the Blue Jackets asking the Rangers for Brandon Dubinsky, Chris Kreider and a first round pick for Nash.Meanwhile Ryan Kennedy at The Hockey News says Nash could cost more including Dubinsky, Kreider, Carl...
I'm referring to the Canucks. What, you think there recent surge is a good thing?
I guess so, but they're still playing at a subpar level. Scratching out wins over Edmonton, Colorado, Minny and Phoenix?
Losing to Calgary? Not exactly impressive stuff guys. Plus, the Sedins must be hurt. I mean, their production hasn't exactly been brilliant recently.
Andy McDonald missed 51 games while recovering from a concussion, but it didn't look like he missed a beat when he returned to the lineup in Sunday's 3-0 victory vs. San Jose.
McDonald picked up an assist on the Blues' first goal of the gam...
The next time the Blues face the Blue Jackets, this squad could
look a lot different than it looks tonight.
David Perron is enjoying the best stretch of his career while helping the St. Louis Blues get untracked on the power play.
The Blues have won four straight behind the red-hot Perron heading into Tuesday night's visit to the league-worst Columbus Blue Jackets.
Perron has scored in every game of this four-game run for St. Louis (34-14-7) for the best goal streak of his career...
The St. Louis Blues will try to extend their winning streak to a season-high five games when they visit the lowly Columbus Blue Jackets tonight at Nationwide Arena.