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Game #26: at Columbus, 12/06 (6:00 PM, FSSW, 1310 AM)



YOUR DALLAS STARS (16-8-1, 33 pts) At The Columbus Blue Jackets (14-10-1, 29 pts)

Regular Season Game 26, Overall Game 32, National Hockey League Game 400

Where: Nationwide Arena | Columbus, Ohio
Date: Monday, December 6th, 2010
Time: 6:00 PM Central Time
Stars Television/Radio: Fox Sports Southwest | 1310 AM The Ticket
Blue Jackets Television/Radio: Fox Sports Ohio | 97.1 FM The Fan
National TV/Radio: None | XM 204, Sirius 208
Tonight's Officials: Referees - Stephane Auger, Kevin Pollock | Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Jay Sharrers

Game: Dallas vs Minnesota from the American Airlines Center
Result: Win 4-3 [Overtime]
Article #1 - Dallas Morning News - "Stars edge Wild in overtime, 4-3."
Article #2 - Dallas Morning News - "Ott, Burish embrace roles as 'shut-down' line for Stars."
Article #3 - Dallas Morning News - "Stars close to naming Tony Tavares as interim president."
Article #4 - Minnesota Star Tribune - "Late comeback aside, Wild's slump continues"
Article #5 - Minnesota Star tribune - "Are Havlat's goals enough to stave off changes?"
Article #6 - ESPN Dallas - "Robidas's OT goal stretches Stars' win streak to 6."
Goal Scorers:
1st - Dallas (1-0) - 3:42 - Skrastins (Ott | Segal)
2nd - Dallas (2-0) - 11:45 - Ott (Neal | Lehtonen) [PP]
2nd - Minnesota (2-1) - 17:34 - Miettinen (Koivu)
3rd - Minnesota (2-2) - 1:41 - Kobasew (Clutterbuck | Cullen)
3rd - Dallas (3-2) - 5:57 - Burish (Daley | Segal)
3rd - Minnesota (3-3) - 16:51 - Havlat (Zidlicky | Bouchard)
OT - Dallas (4-3) - 3:37 - Robidas (Ribeiro | Richards) [PP]
Shots
Dallas: 1st - 7 | 2nd - 9 | 3rd - 13 | OT - 4 | Total - 33
Minnesota: 1st - 7 | 2nd - 15 | 3rd - 9 | OT - 0 | Total - 31
Stats
Powerplays: Dallas - 1 For 5 | Minnesota - 0 For 3
Faceoffs: Dallas - 30 For 61 | Minnesota - 31 For 61
Hits: Dallas - 39 | Minnesota - 36
Takeaways: Dallas - 11 | Minnesota - 7
Giveaways: Dallas - 19 | Minnesota - 10
Blocked Shots: Dallas - 18 | Minnesota - 15
Missed Shots: Dallas - 18 | Minnesota - 17
Time on Ice: Dallas - Richards [24:36] | Minnesota - Zidlicky [27:40]
Goalies
Dallas: Lehtonen - 63:30 - 28 Saves - 31 Shots [W]
Minnesota: Theodore - 63:37 - 29 Saves - 33 Shots [L]
Three Stars Of The Game
#1. Steve Ott - Dallas | Goal, Assist
#2. Adam Burish - Dallas | Goal
#3. Stephane Robidas - Dallas | Game Winning Goal
Officials
Referees: Kyle Rehman | Don VanMassenhoven
Linesmen: Shane Heyer | Pierre Racicot

TEAM REPORT

THE DALLAS STARS
Mascot: Stars
Colors: Green/Gold
Head Coach: Marc Crawford
Official Team Site: DallasStars.com
HF Board: HFBoard.com - Dallas Stars
Fan Site #1: TheStarsFans.com
Fan Site #2: Unofficial Boards
Record: 16-8-1 with 33 Points
Standings: Pacific Division-1st, Western Conference-2nd, NHL-6th
Home Record: 10-3-1
Away Record: 6-5-0
Overtime Record: 2-0
Shootout Record: 2-1
Streak: 6 Game Winning Streak
Last Five Games:
12/04 - vs Minnesota - W 4-3 [OT] - Box Score
12/01 - vs Washington - W 2-1 - Box Score
11/29 - at Carolina - W 4-1 - Box Score
11/27 - at St. Louis - W 2-1 - Box Score
11/26 - vs St. Louis - W 3-2 - Box Score
Next Five Games:
12/08 - at Chicago - 7:30 PM
12/10 - vs Carolina - 7:30 PM
12/11 - at Phoenix - 7:00 PM
12/13 - at San Jose - 9:30 PM
12/16 - vs San Jose - 7:30 PM
Team Stats:
Goals: 72 (14th)
Goals Per Game: 2.9 (10th)
Goals Allowed: 65 (7th)
Goals Allowed Per Game: 2.6 (9th)
Shots Per Game: 28.1 (26th)
Shots Allowed Per Game: 31.4 (22nd)
Powerplay: 16.2% (17th)
Penalty Kill: 78.5% (28th)

THE COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
Mascot: Blue Jackets
Colors: Navy/Red
Head Coach: Scott Arniel
Official Team Site: ColumbusBlueJackets.com
HF Board: HFBoard.com - Columbus Blue Jackets
Fan Site: BlueJackets247.com
Record: 14-10-1 with 29 Points
Standings: Central Division-4th, Western Conference-8th, NHL-16th
Home Record: 6-7-1
Away Record: 8-3-0
Overtime Record: 2-0
Shootout Record: 1-1
Streak: 5 Game Losing Streak
Last Five Games:
12/04 - vs Pittsburgh - L 7-2 - Box Score
12/03 - at Buffalo - L 5-0 - Box Score
12/01 - vs Nashville - L 4-3 (SO) - Box Score
11/28 - at Detroit - L 4-2 - Box Score
11/26 - vs Detroit - L 2-1 - Box Score
Next Five Games:
12/09 - at St. Louis - 7:00 PM
12/11 - vs New York - 6:00 PM
12/13 - at Calgary - 8:00 PM
12/15 - at Vancouver - 9:00 PM
12/16 - at Edmonton - 8:30 PM
Team Stats:
Goals: 66 (20th)
Goals Per Game: 2.6 (17th)
Goals Allowed: 68 (11th)
Goals Allowed Per Game: 2.7 (16th)
Shots Per Game: 30.1 (19th)
Shots Allowed Per Game: 31.4 (21st)
Powerplay: 10.4% (29th)
Penalty Kill: 81.6% (20th)

JERE LEHTINEN INJURY REPORT
DALLAS
Total Man Games Lost: 9
Current Players Injured (3):
Mark Fistric - Groin - IR
Krys Barch - Ankle/Foot - IR
Toby Petersen - Hand - Day-To-Day

COLUMBUS
Total Man Games Lost: 87
Current Players Injured (1):
Kristian Huselius - Lower Body - IR

TEAM LEADERS
Dallas Team Leaders
Points: Brad Richards - 30
Goals: Brad Richards - 11
Assists: Mike Ribeiro & Brad Richards - 19
Plus/Minus: Loui Eriksson - +13
Penalty Minutes: Steve Ott - 42
Shots: Brad Richards - 93
Powerplay Goals: Loui Eriksson - 4
Shorthanded Goals: Petersen & Ott & Benn - 1
Game Winning Goals: Loui Eriksson - 3

Dallas Goalies
Kari Lehtonen | 13-7-1
Games Played: 21 (Started 21)
GAA: 2.62 (55 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .914% (583 of 638)
Shut Outs: 0

Andrew Raycroft | 3-1-0
Games Played: 5 (Started 4)
GAA: 1.64 (7 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .951% (137 of 144)
Shut Outs: 1

Columbus Team Leaders
Points: RJ Umberger - 19
Goals: Rick Nash - 13
Assists: Derick Brassard - 12
Plus/Minus: Rostislav Klesla - +17
Penalty Minutes: Jared Boll - 71
Shots: Rick Nash - 94
Powerplay Goals: Derick Brassard - 3
Shorthanded Goals: RJ Umberger - 2
Game Winning Goals: Rick Nash - 4

Columbus Goalies
Steve Mason | 8-8-1
Games Played: 17 (Started 17)
GAA: 3.08 (49 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .906% (474 of 523)
Shut Outs: 1

Mathieu Garon | 6-2-0
Games Played: 10 (Started 8)
GAA: 1.95 (18 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .931% (242 of 260)
Shut Outs: 0

SERIES OUTLOOK
SEASON SERIES: Tied 0-0-0
ALL TIME SERIES: Dallas 25-7-0-4
Dallas Goals: 112 ---- Columbus Goals: 81
Regular Season: 25-7-0-4 | Home: 13-3-2 | Away: 12-4-0-2
Shoot Out: 4-1 | Home: 1-1 | Away: 3-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0
Record In Dallas: 25-7-0-4 | Home: 13-3-2 | Away: 12-4-0-2
Last Game In Series: 2/04/10 | at Columbus | Loss 2-1 | GAME RECAP | GAME THREAD | GAME HIGHLIGHTS

THIS SEASON vs the Blue Jackets
Powerplay: 0 For 0
Penalty Kill: 0 For 0
Goals: Tied 0-0
Goaltenders:
[DAL] Lehtonen () - 0:00 - 0 Shots - 0 Saves - 0 Goals Against - 0-0-0 Record
[CBJ] Mason () - 0:00 - 0 Shots - 0 Saves - 0 Goals Against - 0-0-0 Record

2010-2011 MEETINGS
12/06 - Dallas at Columbus
12/18 - Dallas at Columbus
02/13 - Dallas vs Columbus
04/05 - Dallas vs Columbus

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PACIFIC DIVISION GAMES
Dallas Stars Vs Columbus (6:00 PM CT)
Anaheim Ducks Vs OFF
Los Angeles Kings Vs OFF
Phoenix Coyotes Vs OFF
San Jose Sharks At Detroit (6:30 PM CT)

PACIFIC DIVISION STANDINGS
1st. Dallas, 16-8-1, 33 Points
2nd. Phoenix, 13-7-6, 32 Points
3rd.Los Angeles, 15-10-0, 30 Points
4th. Anaheim, 13-13-3, 29 Points
5th. San Jose, 12-9-4, 28 Points
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WESTERN CONFERENCE GAMES
Nashville Predators At Atlanta (6:00 PM CT)

WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS
1st. Detroit, 17(0)-4-3, 37 Points*
2nd. Dallas, 16(2)-8-1, 33 Points*
3rd. Vancouver, 14(0)-8-3, 31 Points*
4th. Phoenix, 13(1)-7-6, 32 Points
5th. Chicago, 15(2)-12-2, 32 Points
6th. Los Angeles, 15(3)-10-0, 30 Points
7th. St. Louis, 13(3)-9-4, 30 Points
8th. Columbus, 14(1)-10-1, 29 Points
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9th. Nashville, 12(4)-8-5, 29 Points
10th. Colorado, 13(2)-10-3, 29 Points
11th. Anaheim, 13(0)-13-3, 29 Points
12th. San Jose, 12(1)-9-4, 28 Points
13th. Minnesota, 11(0)-11-4, 26 Points
14th. Edmonton, 10(0)-12-4, 24 Points
15th. Calgary, 11(3)-14-2, 24 Points

*=Division Leader
GP=Games Played
X=Clinched Playoff Spot
Y=Clinced Division Championship
Z=Clinched Conference Championship
P=Clinched Presidents Trophy
Strike=Eliminated From Playoffs
(#)=Shootout Wins

Tiebreakers - From NHL.com
1. The fewer number of games played (i.e., superior points percentage).
2. The greater number of games won, excluding games won in the shootout.
3. The greater number of points earned in games between the tied clubs. If two clubs are tied, and have not played an equal number of home games against each other, points earned in the first game played in the city that had the extra game shall not be included. If more than two clubs are tied, the higher percentage of available points earned in games among those clubs, and not including any "odd" games, shall be used to determine the standing.
4. The greater differential between goals for and against for the entire regular season.
DECEMBER GAMES
Monday 6th - at Columbus - 6:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Wednesday 8th - at Chicago - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Friday 10th - vs Carolina - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Saturday 11th - at Phoenix* - 7:00 PM - TXA21
Monday 13th - at San Jose* - 9:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest Plus
Thursday 16th - vs San Jose* - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Saturday 18th - at Columbus - 6:00 PM - TXA21
Sunday 19th - at Detroit - 4:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Tuesday 21st - vs Montreal - 8:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Thursday 23rd - vs Calgary - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Sunday 26th - vs Phoenix* - 7:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Tuesday 28th - at Nashville - 7:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest Plus
Wednesday 29th - vs Detroit - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Friday 31st - vs Vancouver - 7:00 PM - TXA21

DECEMBER RESULTS
Thursday 2nd - vs Washington - Win 2-1 - RECAP - SCORESHEET - GAME STATS
Saturday 4th - vs Minnesota - Win 4-3 [Overtime] - RECAP - SCORESHEET - GAME STATS

  • Tonight's game againist the Columbus Blue Jackets marks the 1,307th regular season game for the Stars since moving to the Lone Star State. Dallas is 684-431-125-65 (Wins-Losses-Ties-OT/SO Losses) in the previous 1,306 games.
  • Stephane Robidas is one games away from 500 games as a Dallas Star.
  • Brenden Morrow is two assists away from 250 career NHL assists.
  • Mike Ribeiro is four points away from 300 points as a Dallas Star.
  • Loui Eriksson is five goals away from 100 career NHL goals.
  • Brenden Morrow is eight games away from 700 career NHL games.
  • Last season, the Stars failed to win a game in Columbus for the first time ever.
  • In 2009-10, Dallas went 0 For 16 on the powerplay against the Jackets.
  • Dallas improved to 8-0-1 in its last eight home games with the 4-3 win over Minnesota.
  • With the two points against Minnesota at home on Saturday, the Stars collected a point for the ninth-straight home game. The last time the Stars were able to manage that was during the 2003-04 season when the team collected points in 17 consecutive home games (13-0-4).
  • The Stars won six-in-a-row for the first time since November 16-26th of 2007.
  • Tonight, Dallas will be attempting to become the 5th Stars team to win 7-in-a-row. Three of the previous four times a 7-game winning streak has occured have happened since the Stars moved to Dallas.
  • Five of the Stars' 6 victories in a row have come in regulation.
  • Dallas has only given up one powerplay goal during their 6-game winning streak, with the one goal coming against the Washington Capitals.
  • Dallas is 8-1-1 in its last eight contest, including 3 consecutive road victories.
  • The Stars have a 9-0-0 record this season when they win the second period, and are 3-5-0 in games in which they lose the middle frame. The team that has won the second period is 14-3-1 overall this season.
  • Dallas is 11-1-0 when scoring atleast four goals, and 7-1-0 when allowing one goal. The Stars also are 13-2-0 record when allowing three goals or less.
  • The Stars will play a total of 12 back-to-back series in 2010-11. The Stars are 5-3-0 in games included in back-to-backs, going 3-1-0 in the first game while 2-2-0 in the second.
  • The Dallas Stars is 2-1 in shootouts this season. Dallas defeated the Islanders (2-1) in New York and the Blues (3-1) in Dallas. The Stars fell to Colorado (2-1) in Dallas. Dallas is 41-23 all time during the shoot outs. To see full stats of the shoot out, CLICK HERE
  • RECORDS
    Leading After 1st Period: 10-1-0
    Leading After 2nd Period: 9-0-0
    When scoring a powerplay goal: 9-2-1
    When not scoring a powerplay goal: 7-6-0
    When allowing a powerplay goal: 6-5-1
    When not allowing a powerplay goal: 10-3-0
    Day Games (before 5 pm): 0-0-0
    Night Games: 16-8-1

OPPONENT LOOK: COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
  • Blue Jackets Look to Snap Skid: Columbus enters tonight’s game looking to end a five-game winless skid. The Blue Jackets are 0-4-1 in their last five games after winning five-straight games Nov. 17-24. The skid started when the club became the last team this season in the NHL to lose back-to-back games. Columbus is in the middle of playing three games in the span of four nights and four games in the span of six nights. Following tonight’s game, the Jackets play four of the next five on the road.
  • Despite the recent five-game skid, Columbus has opened the season with a 14-10-1 mark through their first 25 games, the best start in franchise history.
  • After going 3-13-1 against the Stars from 2000-04, the Blue Jackets have gone 8-4-4 the past 12 meetings, including a 3-1-0 mark in 2009-10.
  • The Blue Jackets have scored a powerplay goal in just 11 of the club's 25 games thus far. The powerplay currently sits at 29th in the league (10.4%).
  • R.J. Umberger had his franchise record 10-game point streak come to an end Dec. 3 at Buffalo. He broke the previous record of nine set three times previously (Rick Nash twice, 10-3-13 from Oct. 30-Nov. 22, 2010 and 9-7-16 from Dec. 30, 2005-Jan. 8, 2006) and Andrew Cassels (4-9-13 from Nov. 1-17, 2002). Umberger picked up 3-10-13 during the streak after being held to 1-0-1 the previous seven games.

RALPH AND RAZOR COMMENTARY
  • “That’s the character of this team. We’ve played great hockey, especially at home. We’ve continued to do good things, especially at crucial times of the game. Tonight the power play shows up in overtime. Maybe it wasn’t our best game of the six we’ve got going here, but we stuck together.”
    - Steve Ott following Saturday's 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild.
  • "Richards just drove the net and backed everybody up, [Mike Ribeiro] slid the puck to me. It wasn’t a great shot. I just got lucky and it went in. We should have put that game away when we could have, but the good thing is we found a way to win. That’s the key thing. Any time you can find a way to win, that’s good."
    - Stephane Robidas following Saturday's 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild.
  • "We were really, really happy with the way our guys dug in and found a way. As much as they got two goals in the third period, I thought the third period was our best period. We went to the net well, we got pucks to the net. We were determined with pucks in the offensive zone. … I was really pleased with the way we responded in that third period.”
    - Stars Head Coach, Marc Crawford, following Saturday's 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild.
  • "I definitely think we are getting better, and you can see that in the results. There was a time last year when we probably didn't respond the right way or didn't have that mental toughness. But now it really seems like every guy on the bench is saying, 'OK, I'm going to make the difference.' And so far, somebody has."
    - Stars Captain, Brenden Morrow, following Saturday's 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild.
  • "I think we feed off the energy of each other in a lot of areas – faceoffs, forechecking, playing hard and playing against other team's top people. That's something we thought might happen when Burs first got here, but it's just taken some time."
    - Steve Ott talking about his chemistry with Adam Burish.

THE ZUBIE SHOOTOUT REPORT
Record: 2-1
Home: 1-1
Away: 1-0
Goals: 5-3
Games
64th All-Time - 10/09/10 - at New York - W 5-4 - Lehtonen 3 Saves on 3 Shooters - Goals: Ribeiro - 1-0 W
65th All-Time - 10/16/10 - vs St. Louis - W 3-2 - Lehtonen 1 Save on 2 Shooters - Goals: Richards, Eriksson, Ribeiro - 3-1 W
66th All-Time - 11/20/10 - vs Colorado - L 4-3 - Lehtonen 2 Saves on 4 Shooters - Goals: Ribeiro - 2-1 L
Totals For Season - Shooters
Jamie Benn - 0 for 1
Loui Eriksson - 1 For 2 (1 Game Winner)
James Neal - 0 For 1
Steve Ott - 0 For 1
Mike Ribeiro - 3 For 3 (1 Game Winner)
Brad Richards - 1 For 3
Team: 5 For 11 | 5 Goals
Totals For Season - Goaltenders
Lehtonen: 2-1 | 6 Saves - 10 Shots | 3 Goals Against
Raycroft: 0-0 | 0 Saves - 0 Shots | 0 Goals Against
Team: 2-1 | 6 Saves - 10 Shots | 3 Goals Against

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I usually try to give the opposing fans some insight on how the Jackets have been doing - strengths/weaknesses/line-ups. Today I am at a bit of a loss.

What we know - the Jackets have lost their last 5 games (2 versus Det, SO loss versus NSH, 5-0 versus Buffalo, and lastly the 7-2 beatdown at the hands of the Pens.) The Detroit games would have been winnable had the CBJ PP been able to score. They fought back for the point versus Nashville (only had a lead for 94 seconds during the game). But the last two have been complete stinkers. This will be the 3rd game in 4 days and 4th in 6.

Arniel is supposedly going to change up the lines. The Dispatch is predicting the following:

Nash - Vermette - Umberger
Filatov - Brassard - Voracek
Moreau - Pahlsson - Clark
Dorsett - MacKenzie - Boll

Hejda - Methot
Tyutin - Klesla
Russell - Commodore

Mason in net

The lines above aren't what I would consider "switching up the lines".

You guys should be able to tell within the first 5 minutes whether the CBJ have come to play or not.

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Blue Jackets winger Derek Dorsett was the recipient of a vicious hit from behind by Dallas' James Neal on Nov.19, 2009, leaving Dorsett with a concussion and out of the lineup for nine games. Neal got a two-game suspension by the NHL. Tonight's game marks the first time Dorsett has faced the Stars since. "There's that saying: You take numbers and save them for a later date," Dorsett said a day after the hit. "I will remember."
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Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Nationwide will go down as one of the most embarrassing nights in franchise history, which is quite a statement. It came just two weeks after the Blue Jackets flew home from California after having pulled off a West Coast sweep.


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Now I need to watch the game Its not fun when the game starts at 2 AM here in finland.

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Didn't think I'd have time to do the full thing with finals, but here it is. Don't have the top image though, shall get that back up for Chicago game.

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Don't have a good feeling about this one.. Jackets will be looking to bounce back from the embarrassment against the Pens, and we've been playing awfully sloppy lately. Prove me wrong Stars!

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the Jackets have lost their last 5 games (2 versus Det, SO loss versus NSH, 5-0 versus Buffalo, and lastly the 7-2 beatdown at the hands of the Pens.)
Really want to know how that happened.

I can see the two losses to Detroit, heck it's Detroit. Nashville probably was beatable. And the other loss was to Pittsburgh, and we all know how big of a roll they've been on since losing in Dallas.

I just don't get how on earth a team like Columbus could lose to Buffalo 5-0.

Surely the Sabres haven't gotten THAT much better since leaving Dallas with a 4-0 loss?

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Can you believe the Stars have beaten Washington, Detroit, and Pittsburgh, the latter two in an embarrassing blowout fashion?

Crazy yo

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I guarantee there are a lot of guys in our (locker) room, whether they say it or not, who are tired of James Neal," Dorsett said.

"There's nothing worse than a guy who runs around, throwing cheap hits and sucker punching players and he won't fight," Dorsett said. "He's been playing this way since he was in juniors."
I major league lol'd.

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Surely the Sabres haven't gotten THAT much better since leaving Dallas with a 4-0 loss?
From what I saw the Jackets just came out entirely flat and had the game taken to them. They were on the defensive from the time the puck first dropped and never got out of that rut. Then players from both sides 'gooned' it up a bit and Columbus lost on that account too. It wasn't a pretty game, but I'll allow a Columbus fan to explain if that's the norm during this slide, or mini-slide, or simply a one-off.

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From what I saw the Jackets just came out entirely flat and had the game taken to them. They were on the defensive from the time the puck first dropped and never got out of that rut. Then players from both sides 'gooned' it up a bit and Columbus lost on that account too. It wasn't a pretty game, but I'll allow a Columbus fan to explain if that's the norm during this slide, or mini-slide, or simply a one-off.
I didn't watch all of it. I watched about half. My opinion, too many people playing goalie on the first two goals - then the wheels came off.

http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/con...2,375&fr=false

Turning point was when Tyutin scored, but Moreau was called for goalie interference and Buffalo scored on the subsequent powerplay.

I have no idea which Jackets team is going to show up. Don't look to our board for too much rational behavior concerning the team right now either. This looks a bit too much like last season for the fanbase.

The Pens game - ugh - Mason should have been pulled after 2. He just wasn't mentally in the game at all.

Jackets have a very hard time with fast teams. They looked absolutely horrible against the Avs. That might also apply to Buffalo.

Also from Tom Reed's twitter (CBJ beat reporter)

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F Derek Dorsett says he has not thought about targeting Dallas' James Neal, who concussed him last season with a hit from behind . . .

More Dorsett: "We've got more things to worry about than my revenge. I'm not too worried about it at all."

More Dorsett on Neal: "If something happens, something happens." #CBJ

Dorsett: "We need a win and I'm not going to put myself in front of the team. We need a win and that should be my main focus." #CBJ
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I didn't know there was so much angst between the two. I guess it should make it interesting (because I'm expecting the game to be quite boring and trappy)

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I don't think Dorsett is in the mood for another fight after Kaleta beat his face in.


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I major league lol'd.
Sounds like someone's ******** and has to resort to name-calling and whining.

For being this horrible, dirty player in juniors and the NHL, I've never heard anyone else complain about Neal.


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Well it sounds like he has cooled down a bit, whether it's from time or the fact that his face was made into hamburger recently.

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For being this horrible, dirty player in juniors and the NHL, I've never heard anyone else complain about Neal.
Outside of Phoenix fans at least.

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Outside of Phoenix fans at least.
Yea, isn't it funny how this past all of a sudden appears when Neal plasters someone?
Though we DO have Ott, and as everyone knows, all he does is go out and try to injure everyone.

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Dorsett should shut his mouth. He doesn't know what he's talking about.

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I don't know if any of you actually went to Reed's twitter, but concerning the Kaleta fight:

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Derek Dorsett, who lost decisively to Patrick Kaleta, said he had forgotten #Sabres winger threw punches with left hand.
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Latest info from Puckrakers:
http://blog.dispatch.com/cbj/2010/12...e_dallas.shtml

Garon in instead of Mason

PP units included Stralman, Russell, and Commodore. Assuming Methot is in, that means one of Tyutin, Hejda, or Klesla is a scratch - that has never happened before.

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