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The Score, provider of the video, states Mason was yelling at a fan after being pulled after giving up 4 goals in today’s 6-1 loss to Chicago.
In the video, the TV guy states he was yelling at a coach.
And Jesse Rogers via Twitter, mason told reporters he was yelling at a “Chicago guy”. assume player and not fan...
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Earlier today, we found out that Columbus was talking to the Flyers about a possible deal for Rick Nash.
Apparently, the asking price is too high at the moment. TSN's Darren Dreger reports that the asking price is most likely JVR, Bobrovsky, Schenn, or Couturier. No surprise there. Dreger says that the two teams may "re-engage later."
Scott Howson, the general manager of the Columbus Blue Jackets, is a very popular man these days with team captain Rick Nash on the trade block. Howson reportedly carved some time out of his day for an impromptu discussion with Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke in New York City on Sunday, according to Sportsnet. Could they have been discussing a new home for Nash? "Burke was...
The Philadelphia Flyers are engaged in serious discussions with the Columbus Blue Jackets about acquiring left wing Rick Nash, according to Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly.com.Executives from the Blue Jackets organization have been present in Philadelphia for the third straight game. Columbus general manager Scott Howson has had two lengthy conversations with Flyers general manager Paul...
via Christopher Botta of Slap Shot, ...Rick Nash took center stage before the Columbus Blue Jackets played the Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Nash was asked about the swirling trade rumors, the possibility of playing for the Rangers and whether the distractions have affected his game. Here is Nash’s briefing in its entirety:
A month or two ago, it seemed unthinkable that the Blue Jackets would ever consider trading their captain and face of the franchise. But things have to change.
Yes, indeed, it only takes 2 games for a streak to occur. The Hawks have their first one in quite some time now after beating the Blue Jackets in Columbus by a score of 6 - 1. .The Hawks rattled off 6 straight goals after falling behind 1 - 0. It was the 5th time they have beaten them in 5 games. There is, of course, one games left between the two teams.
It was Crawford (19-14...
COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated defenseman Brett Lebda off injured reserve and placed goaltender Curtis Sanford on injured reserve, retroactive to February 9, club Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations and G...
After ending 9-game skid, they can keep momentum against hapless Blue JacketsCOLUMBUS, Ohio — So many things change when the asteroid-sized burden of a nine-game losing streak is jettisoned. Like, in the Blackhawks' case, the desire to speak to one another after a game.