Found January 21, 2012 on
Don’t get all sad on me now. It had to end some time. You didn’t really expect the Wings to win every remaining home game on their schedule, did you? That’s just crazy talk. And there isn’t a single redolent one of you who doesn’t know precisely what I’m talking about. This thing ends tonite.
The Blue Jackets are the worst team in the league with their 13-28-5 (31 points) record…They have the worst goal differential in the league (minus-41), allowing 152 goals while scoring 110. …The lone bright spot, as usual, is RW Rick Nash (16 goals, 16 assists).
Go on Rick. Scoring when it matters the least. Attababy.
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The Blue Jackets took the lead less than a minute after the Red Wings killed off Tomas Holmstrom's hooking penalty against Rick Nash.
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