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02-10-2013, 01:59 AM
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Game 12: Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Edmonton Oilers |2/10 6PM EST FSO| ‎



6:00 PM EST
Bingowide Arena
Columbus, Ohio





Record: 4-4-3 (11 points)

Lines
Taylor Hall - Sam Gagner - Ales Hemsky
Nail Yakupov - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Jordan Eberle
Magnus Paajarvi - Eric Belanger - Teemu Hartikainen
Ben Eager - Ryan Smyth - Lenartt Petrell

Nick Schultz - Justin Schultz
Mark Fistric - Jeff Petry
Ladislav Smid - Corey Potter

Devan Dubnyk
Nikolai Khabibulin


Inactive




Record: 3-6-2 (8 points)

Lines

Vinny Prospal - Artem Anisimov - Mark Letestu
R.J Umberger - Derrick Brassard - Derek Dorsett
Matt Calvert - Brandon Dubinsky - Nick Foligno
Jon Gillies - Derek MacKenzie - Jared Boll

Jack Johnson - James Wisniewski
Fedor Tyutin - Nikita Nikitin
Tim Erixon - CodyGoloubef

Sergei Bobrovsky
Steve Mason


Inactive
Holden


Notes: This is the first game of the extremely rare 2 game Home-and-Home series. The Oilers are slumping, having lost 5 games in a row (0-2-3). James Wisniewski is likely making his comback after crashing into the boards at roughly 25 mp/h. He may or may not have had a concussion. Ask the Dispatch guys. They'll tell you.

Please email Mattlund your winning Bingo cards for your No-Prize.



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How has the pieces you guys got from the Nash trade been for you?

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You forgot Headmans and Spinsturns (both all one word)

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How has the pieces you guys got from the Nash trade been for you?
Anisimov is little inconsistent but has shown great flashes. Game breaking potential.

Dubinsky hasn't been scoring but he battles every shift hard out there.

Erixon needs more seasoning, defensively. We'll see in few more years what he can do.

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They played last night, their C depth is bad.. needs to win this one.

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The Oilers seemed be not winnin for Mackinnen. Striving hard for yet another 1st overall draft pick.

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I look for Edmonton to come out hard tonight. They need a win in the worst way to break out of their funk, and we are the slump busters.

Jackets are 2 points from 30th place in the NHL. Nuff said.

Really doesn't matter whether the Oil finish 17th or 30th or anywhere in between. They seem to have that lottery magic.

For the Jackets, no luck would be good luck. Nuff said.

I will be there.


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Anisimov is little inconsistent but has shown great flashes. Game breaking potential.

Dubinsky hasn't been scoring but he battles every shift hard out there.

Erixon needs more seasoning, defensively. We'll see in few more years what he can do.
Hopefully this trade works out for you and i hope Ryan Murray has a speedy recovery as i want to see what he can do for you guys, he was one of my favorite prospects!!!

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Got to be honest. I rarely look forward to watching the other teams players but I want to see Eberle, RNH, Hall, Yakupov, etc. That could be a sick top six in a couple of years. My sense is we see flashes of it tonight since I don't think the CBJ will be able to match their speed consistently.

The game should be an interesting clash in styles.

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Got to be honest. I rarely look forward to watching the other teams players but I want to see Eberle, RNH, Hall, Yakupov, etc. That could be a sick top six in a couple of years. My sense is we see flashes of it tonight since I don't think the CBJ will be able to match their speed consistently.

The game should be an interesting clash in styles.
Lmao.

By clash in styles you mean one team that has a lot of skill vs one team that doesn't.

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Gotta agree that they are a fun team to watch. Have to add Schultz to the list of guys to keep an eye on. I watched Det-Ed yesterday and he made several sick moves. He scored a pp goal on a laser wrist shot and made a great move shortly before but Howard stonewalled him. Need to ridicule this team now because in a few years its going to be hard to catch them.

Loved the Rimer bingo card. Left (or right) wing pass (feed) should be there somewhere.

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Gotta agree that they are a fun team to watch. Have to add Schultz to the list of guys to keep an eye on. I watched Det-Ed yesterday and he made several sick moves. He scored a pp goal on a laser wrist shot and made a great move shortly before but Howard stonewalled him. Need to ridicule this team now because in a few years its going to be hard to catch them.

Loved the Rimer bingo card. Left (or right) wing pass (feed) should be there somewhere.
I would add insert random 4th liner here is a "real Jacket killer." That's my favorite.

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Could mason take the #1 job and run with it?

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Could mason take the #1 job and run with it?
Neither guy has been able to run away with much of anything yet, so yes.

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Prediction - Jack Johnson sets CBJ TOI record at 75 minutes (60 minutes regulation, 5 minutes O.T., 5 minutes playing goalie during the shootout, 5 minutes reffing the Future Jackets game during the 1st intermission).

Bonus prediction - For the shootout Richards sends out Umberger, Gillies, and Boll.

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Prediction - Jack Johnson sets CBJ TOI record at 75 minutes (60 minutes regulation, 5 minutes O.T., 5 minutes playing goalie during the shootout, 5 minutes reffing the Future Jackets game during the 1st intermission).

Bonus prediction - For the shootout Richards sends out Umberger, Gillies, and Boll.
Leading to an exciting conclusion in which Boll and Gilles suprisingly score to knot the shootout tally at 2. Leaving our "star" Umby--who promptly tires out and cannot complete the penalty shot collapsing on the ice right before the release. Then Mase cannot stop a sweet move by Yakupov--Jackets lose a tight one.

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Just as winnable as the LA and Calgary games.









which we lost.

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Leading to an exciting conclusion in which Boll and Gilles suprisingly score to knot the shootout tally at 2. Leaving our "star" Umby--who promptly tires out and cannot complete the penalty shot collapsing on the ice right before the release. Then Mase cannot stop a sweet move by Yakupov--Jackets lose a tight one.
During the post game show Richards explains how he likes to use the shootout to "jumpstart" players who haven't been producing recently.

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During the post game show Richards explains how he likes to use the shootout to "jumpstart" players who haven't been producing recently.

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Interesting. Can't say I think Bob played well enough to warrant Richards deviating from his every other game strategy.

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Interesting. Can't say I think Bob played well enough to warrant Richards to deviate from his every other game strategy.
Agree.

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Interesting. Can't say I think Bob played well enough to warrant Richards deviating from his every other game strategy.
He's saving his best goalie for the better team (Sharks) tomorrow.

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Not to mention "point blank range!" and "OH MY!"

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Not to mention "point blank range!" and "OH MY!"
I like Rimer in a fond way, the way you like your goofy uncle, but don't forget the worst goal call in the league: "...and a goal!"

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So any bets on how Talyor Hall get injured in our building this time? I'm going with polar bear attack.

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