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No NHL team has been better at overtime this season than the Blue Jackets. In 14 games decided after 60 minutes, the Jackets have lost only three. All the losses have come in a shootout — Columbus is the only unbeaten team in the league during the three-on-three, five-minute overtime session. So, while the Jackets don’t always win their extra-time games in overtime, they haven’t lost any.
George Richards @GeorgeRichards There’s no such thing in the NHL as a must-win game in January.Yet after the Blue Jackets lost Thursday at the lowly Buffalo Sabres, a game Friday night with the struggling Vancouver Canucks felt like one.So much for that.The Jackets will head off on a mini-vacation on a down note after the Canucks scored four times in the second period on the way to a 5-2 victory at Nationwide Arena.Instead of getting some points in back-to-back games against two of the worst...
George Richards @GeorgeRichards BUFFALO, N.Y. — Seth Jones left the locker room through a side door, casually strolling to the team bus.The Blue Jackets defenseman didn’t realize that a large media contingent was waiting for him in an adjacent hallway in KeyBank Center.After being named to his second NHL All-Star team on Wednesday afternoon, Jones wasn’t going to escape so easily.“I guess I have to get this over with,” Jones joked after being chased down by a team staff member.“It should be...
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