Saturday, January 31, 2009

Saturday, January 17, 2009

NHL War Room Blue Jackets

It seems that this season the war room is against us. Last night in the game against New Jersey, the war room went in the opposing teams favor for the third time the season (all of which were iffy calls). They called the goal for the Devils last night inconclusive, when on the video you can clearly see the net is knocked off. If we were given a no goal for last night, and goals for Nash and Manny Malholtra earlier in the season, we could have at least 4 more points. That would put us in a better situation that we are in now.
I think a big problem with the war room up in Toronto is that the employees are ex-NHL players. They need to get some referees or other off-ice officials who are not biased to the situation. It seems to me, not only in the Columbus games, but all games, they rule to the team that has been around longer in the NHL and has had a better rep of making it to play-offs. The Blue Jackets have been playing the best we have ever played, and unfortunately because of the war room we are not where we should be and deserve to me. The first time or so you think of it as unlucky, but after this repeatedly happening when it keeps us in or out of a play-off spot, it always seems to go to the other team.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Steve Mason, Columbus Blue Jackets

Awarded to the top rookie as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
Predicted winner: Steve Mason, Columbus Blue Jackets
Wow "holy moley what a goalie"

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Nikita Filatov's hat trick

Nikita Filatov's first career hat trick helped the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild at Nationwide Arena. Derek Dorsett scored the other goal while Jakub Voracek added three assists for the Blue Jackets, who have won two straight. Steve Mason made 21 saves in the win. Antti Miettinen and Marek Zidlicky each had a goal and an assist while Josh Harding was charged with four goals on 32 shots for the Wild, who have dropped their past two games.
Wow do I see light at the end of the tunnel,GO Jackets

Monday, January 05, 2009

Rick Nash Columbus Blue Jackets

Columbus Blue Jackets left wing Rick Nash has been named the National Hockey League’s First Star for the week of Dec. 29, 2008-Jan. 4, 2009, the club and league announced today. Nash tallied two goals and seven assists for nine points to lead all league scorers and help the Blue Jackets post a 3-1-0 record in four road games. He also fired off 12 shots on goal, had a +7 plus/minus rating and averaged over 20:00 of ice time per game.