Saturday, January 20, 2007

Zherdev

Zherdev has never been accused of being a two-way player.
"It’s about playing the game the right way," Hitchcock said. "I expect everybody to adhere to that. … Everybody has a different (skill) level. But when the other team has the puck, we all need to look the same. All of us."
Right winger Joe Motzko, who has spent most of the past three seasons with the Blue Jackets’ minor-league club in Syracuse, took Zherdev’s spot in the lineup. Why don't they just get rid of him,he costs the team too much money anyway.

Friday, January 19, 2007

Bluejackets need to wake up

I see no hope for the Jackets.Another shut out breaks the old record for most in one season.We need to get rid of the high end palyers that are not scoring but the cap is killing us.Good job GM ha.

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Jackets injuries

Tomas Vokoun made 22 saves poor Jackets too many injuries now.The call ups did good but without some scoring punch they are headed for the bottom of the league again.
hockey forum

Monday, January 08, 2007

Sharks amazing

Two power-play goals on one minor penalty The Sharks did the impossible Saturday. They scored two power-play goals on one minor penalty.
Given this opportunity thanks to an egregious clerical error in their favor, the Sharks capitalized and beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-2 at HP Pavilion.
This wacky sequence shared top billing with two other historic developments: a Gordie Howe Hat Trick for defenseman Christian Ehrhoff and a conventional hat trick for left wing Ryane Clowe.Complete article in NHL forum

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Bluejackets loss

What a dismal display of hockey last night in Calif.Why do we keep Nikolai Zherdev? He is lazy and can't play with the big boys.His toe drag is useless anymore all defensemen are use to it.He must have the GM by the balls with a one way contract or nobody wants him.

Monday, January 01, 2007

Ken Hitchcock, Fedorov


This year, Fedorov is producing right away, already having scored 12 goals and 15 assists for 27 points in 32 games. He also as 14 points on the power play, three shorthanded points, one game-winning goal, a minus-2 rating and 24 penalty minutes. Now, this must also be taken into consideration with the fact that the Blue Jackets started as a horrible team and are only starting to improve under the guidance of recently hired head coach Ken Hitchcock. Fedorov has put up 20 of his 27 points in Columbus' last 18 games since Hitchcock took over. Clearly, not only did the team improve but the individual players have also done better under Hitchcock's reign. Fedorov is third on the team in scoring behind David Vyborny and Rick Nash.

Stupid refs

Whats with the refs always going to the war room or whatever they call it.Let the on ice official make the call this is stupid,no matter which way the call goes.That was a bad call on the puck in the pants the other night no way that was a goal.