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Markus Nutivaara has been activated from IR as well and he was practicing yesterday along with Cam Atkinson.

 

Going to be interesting to see what Jarmo does with the goalies on the California road trip.  Elvis has looked stellar, but he can't start every game, can he?

 

Getting a lot of '14-'15 vibes right now.


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CBJ had four U20 prospects in the 2020 World Junior Hockey Championship.  Three of those prospects were in yesterday's tournament gold medal final of Canada vs Russia:

  • Canada had center Liam Foudy, who was drafted in the 1st-round (18th overall pick) of the 2018 draft, and will turn 20 on 2/4.  The 6'-0" center had 3 goals and 1 assist in 7 games with the tournament champs.
  • Russia had RW Kirill Marchenko and LW Dimitri Voronkov.  6'-2" forward Kirill Marchenko, who was drafted in the 2nd-round (49th overall pick) of the 2018 draft and will turn 20 on 7/21, had 2 goals and 4 assists in 7 games.  6'-3" forward Dimitri Voronkov, who was drafted in the 4th-round (114th overall pick) of the 2019 draft and will turn 20 on 9/10, had 3 goals and 4 assists in 7 games.
  • Switzerland had defenseman Tim Berni, who was drafted in the 6th-round (159th overall pick) of the 2018 draft, and will turn 20 on 2/11.  The 6'-0" defenseman had 3 assists in 5 games before Switzerland was eliminated in the quarterfinals.

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3 hours ago, DarkandStormy said:

Markus Nutivaara has been activated from IR as well and he was practicing yesterday along with Cam Atkinson.

 

With Kukan going on the IR, it's great to get Nutivaara back.  Getting Cam back in the lineup would be great too, if only for the extra depth at this point(!)

 

 

3 hours ago, DarkandStormy said:

Going to be interesting to see what Jarmo does with the goalies on the California road trip.  Elvis has looked stellar, but he can't start every game, can he?

 

When the backup is 23-year-old Matiss Kivlenieks - who carries a 3.04 GAA and 0.894 save pct in the AHL this season - I could see Elvis starting all four games of this California+Vegas road trip.

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https://www.nhl.com/bluejackets/news/zach-werenski-named-nhl-third-star/c-313537844

 

CBJ defenseman Zach Werenski was named NHL Third Star of the past week.  Werenski opened last week with his first career hat trick in a 4-1 win over Florida on 12/31 and then played a team-high 27:00 in a 2-1 overtime win over Boston on Jan. 2.  He closed last week with a pair of goals in a 3-2 loss to San Jose on Jan. 4.

 

The 22-year-old defenseman has recorded 13-12-25 in 35 games this season - only Nashville's Roman Josi has more goals (14) among defensemen.

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The Jackets got their 12-game point streak snapped last weekend.  But they started a new point streak with a 4-2 win last night at LA (or a 13 in 14-game point streak in the alternate).  Elvis was great again with 35 saves and the CBJ got goals from Gerbe, Harrington and Stenlund before Nyquist potted an empty-netter to clinch it.

 

Before this season, if someone tried to tell you that the Jackets would win a game with Gerbe, Harrington and Stenlund scoring the decisive goals, you probably would've quickly walked away from the person - thinking they were obviously crazy.  But that's how the Jackets are winning these days.  And with this LA win, the CBJ are only one point below the playoff line(!)  Strange days indeed.

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Can't win em all.  Especially if the CBJ are facing the SJS.  The Jackets have gotten points in 14 of their past 16 games (10-2-4).  They've only lost two games in regulation - both to the San Jose Sharks - last Saturday and last night.  Fortunately, this is a final time the CBJ face the Sharks this season(!)

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The CBJ got a nice 3-0 win at Vegas last night.  Points in 15 of their past 17 games (11-2-4) for a 22-16-8 record and a points-tie with Philly for the WC2 spot in the East.

 

The Jackets went 3-1-0 in the California+Vegas road trip.  Finished off with a 27-save shutout by Elvis Merzlikins in Vegas.  The first NHL career shutout for him.  Which is only fitting because Elvis was always a star in Vegas(!)

 

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Elvis gets another shutout as Columbus beats Boston 3-0 back home in Nationwide tonight.

 

This was a 34-save shutout for Merzlikins and was his second straight after his first career NHL shutout in Vegas on Saturday.

 

The CBJ now have points in 16 of their past 18 games (12-2-4) for a 23-16-8 record - and still in a points-tie with Philly for the WC2 spot in the East.

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https://www.nhl.com/bluejackets/news/blue-jackets-announce-roster-moves/c-313969318

 

The CBJ took Cam Atkinson and d-man Peeke off the IR prior to tonight's game against Carolina.  Cam will be back in the lineup tonight after missing 12 games with an ankle sprain.

 

Peeke was assigned back to Cleveland, along with defenseman Carlsson, goaltender Kivlenieks and center MacInnis.  The team also announced that they promoted 22-year-old goaltender Veini Vehvilainen from the Monsters to the CBJ.

 

The Vehvilainen promotion was an interesting move.  There's only four games left until the NHL All-Star Game break.  So it's possible that VV is simply replacing Kivlenieks on the bench to watch Elvis start these four games - and allowing Kivlenieks to get some playing time in the AHL.  But VV has been outstanding for Cleveland in his rookie season - he's 5th in the entire AHL with a 2.22 GAA.  So it's possible we might see VV start one of the two back-to-back weekend games - with Saturday's home game against last-place New Jersey the more likely spot.

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17 minutes ago, Columbo said:

The Vehvilainen promotion was an interesting move.  There's only four games left until the NHL All-Star Game break.  So it's possible that VV is simply replacing Kivlenieks on the bench to watch Elvis start these four games - and allowing Kivlenieks to get some playing time in the AHL.  But VV has been outstanding for Cleveland in his rookie season - he's 5th in the entire AHL with a 2.22 GAA.  So it's possible we might see VV start one of the two back-to-back weekend games - with Saturday's home game against last-place New Jersey the more likely spot.

 

Never mind all that.  The CBJ recalled Kivlenieks and reassigned Vehvilainen back to Cleveland.  So Elvis will be starting the four remaining games until the ASG break and the Kivlenieks temporary reassignment back to Cleveland was just a paper move to satisfy his "emergency recall" back in December and to get him a start in last night's AHL game.

 

The team also recalled defenseman Adam Clendening from the Monsters so they have an extra d-man on the roster until the break.

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Elvis didn't get a third straight shutout - but his 32-save night was enough to get the CBJ a 3-2 win over Carolina tonight.  Team Captain Foligno got the game-winning goal with 1:41 left in regulation.  Atkinson got a goal and assist in his return from the IR.

 

The CBJ now have points in 17 of their past 19 games (13-2-4) for a 24-16-8 record and 56 points.  With this win over Carolina and Philly losing tonight - Columbus is now in a points tie with Carolina and Philly for the two wild-card spots in the East.

 

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The CBJ defeated the NJD 5-0 last night in a sold-out Nationwide Arena.  Cam got two goals and an assist - and now has 3 goals and 2 assists in the two games since coming off the IR.  Foligno got a goal for goals in consecutive games.  And Elvis got a 41-save shutout - his third shutout in the last four games(!)

The CBJ now have points in 18 of their past 20 games (14-2-4) for a 25-16-8 record and 58 points.  They now hold the East WC1 spot - tied in points with Philly and one up on Carolina and Toronto - going into tonight's game at NYR.

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Matiss Kivlenieks got a surprise start tonight in MSG against NYR.  It was the Latvian backup's NHL debut and he looked great saving 31 of 32 shots for his first career NHL victory.  Bjorkstrand returned from the IR after missing 13 games and scored both of the Jackets' goals in their 2-1 win against the Rangers.  Bjorkstrand's game-winner came with only 25.6 seconds left in regulation(!)

The CBJ now have points in 19 of their past 21 games (15-2-4) for a 26-16-8 record and still hold the WC1 playoff spot.

 

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Elvis Merzlikins was named one of the NHL three stars for past week.  Merzlikins recorded a perfect 3-0-0 record in three appearances with a 0.67 goals-against average, .982 save percentage and two shutouts as the Blue Jackets won four games last week to move into the first Wild Card position in the Eastern Conference.  Merzlikins, a 25-year-old native of Riga, Latvia, has made 20 appearances with Columbus this season with an 8-6-4 record (2.36 GAA, .928 SV%, 3 SO).

 

https://www.nhl.com/news/alex-ovechkin-elvis-merzlikins-jonathan-toews-named-nhl-3-stars/c-314168876

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The Jackets do it again, winning their 6th in a row with a 4-3 over Winnipeg last night in Nationwide Arena.  It was a higher scoring less defensive game - atypical of their 22-game season changing points streak.  But a exciting back-and-forth match that saw the Jets take the lead and the Jackets re-tie it three times, until Bjorkstrand scored the game-winning with 5:38 left in the third period.

 

This was Bjorkstrand's second goal of the night and his fourth goal in his past two games since coming off the IR(!)  Elvis gave up three goals (two off of deflections) but had 27 saves and some spectacular stops to preserve the Jackets win.

 

The CBJ now have points in 20 of their past 22 games (16-2-4) for a 27-16-8 record and hold the Eastern WC1 playoff spot going into the All-Star break.

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The post All Star Game unofficial second half of the season begins tonight for much of the NHL.  But not for the CBJ just yet - they're on a 5-day mid-season break (along with some other teams) and won't play until Saturday, February 1.

 

But once they begin, it will be a 31-game race for the playoffs for the CBJ.  Something that seemed unimaginable back on Dec. 7 - after a loss to Florida dropped them to 11-14-4 and 7th-place in the eight-team Metro Division.  The 71 goals scored by the Jackets at the time were second-fewest in the entire NHL.

 

But since then, the Jackets have been the best team in the NHL in terms of standings points.  The CBJ have points in 20 of their past 22 games (16-2-4) for a 27-16-8 record and hold the Eastern WC1 playoff spot coming out of the All-Star break.  Here's a look at some of the numbers behind this surge:

 

https://www.dispatch.com/sports/20200127/blue-jackets--timely-goals-grind-it-out-defense-have-been-keys-to-season-turnaround

 

https://www.dispatch.com/sports/20200122/michael-arace--blue-jacketsrsquo-numbers-amazing-in-their-21-game-revival

 

The CBJ's comeback has been behind stellar goaltending, the best defense in the league and late game execution.  First, the goaltending:

  • Joonas Korpisalo played the first 10 games of the streak and had a 1.72 goals-against average with a .941 save percentage.  Then he injured his knee and coach John Tortorella was forced to turn to rookie Elvis Merzlikins.  Merzlikins played the next 10 games and had a 1.51 goals-against average with a .955 save percentage.  When Elvis needed a rest, and rookie Matiss Kivlenieks stepped in to make his career debut in Madison Square Garden, made 31 saves and beat the Rangers 2-1.

Now, the defense:

  • In the last 22 games, the Jackets have allowed the fewest goals (38) of any team.  Their 1.73 goals-against average during that span is a whopping half-goal better than the next-best team.  The goaltending has been outstanding, but so has the defense.  Seth Jones and Zach Werenski have developed into a top flight first line.  And the second line of David Savard and rookie Vladislav Gavrikov have been a solid shutdown pairing.

And the late game execution:

  • The Jackets haven’t been blowing teams out during this 22-game stretch.  But they have been getting it done in clutch time.  The Jackets have led or trailed by one, or were tied, at the end of the second period in 16 of these 22 games.  They’re 12-2-2 in those close games because they've outscored opponents 28-10 in the third period during this stretch.

So, CBJ fans are looking forward to starting up this unofficial second half on Saturday.  They are getting back some key injured players - Atkinson and Bjorkstrand returned just before the break and Anderson, Murray and Korpisalo might be returning after the break.  Just in time for a race to the 2020 playoffs.

 

Personally, I'm thrilled with this position for this "transition season".  They weren't expected to be in playoff contention at this point.  So this playoff run is basically playing with house money.  If they stay hot and get in the 2020 playoffs, its a bonus playoff season and good experience for the young players.  If they don't reach the playoffs, its still a better-than-expected season and we can root for a NJ/PHI-type win in the draft lottery.

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The Jackets resumed play this weekend after a nine-day break.  In the Saturday afternoon opener at Buffalo, the CBJ looked a little rusty.  Bjorkstrand got the team's only goal, but backup goalie Kivlenieks also held the Sabres to only one goal in regulation.  Unfortunately, the 3-on-3 OT format is ideal for a young superstar like Buffalo's Jack Eichel - and he made the most of it, scoring 36 seconds into OT to give the Sabres a 2-1 win.

 

Sunday afternoon's performance at Montreal was much less rusty.  The CBJ opened up a 2-0 lead in the second period, then held a 3-1 lead going into the third period.  That two-goal lead held until a Montreal goal with just over 4 minutes remaining.  The CBJ lead expanded again to two goals when Nyquist got an empty-netter just under 2 minutes left.  But what looked like a garbage-time goal became the game-winner when Montreal one more goal with 1:01 left before the CBJ locked down a 4-3 win.

 

Elvis gave up 3 goals but kept the Jackets in the game when the team was getting outshot early, ending with 27 saves.  Quebec-native Pierre-Luc Dubois had two goals in his return to French Canada.

 

Getting three out of four points in their return weekend games is not bad at all.  The Jackets snapped their six-game winning streak in Buffalo, but kept an eight-game point streak alive with points earned in both weekend games.  The CBJ now have points in 22 of their past 24 games (17-2-5).  They have temporarily moved one point over the Islanders for 3rd in the Metro (the Isles have played three less games then the Jackets) but are also two points up on both Eastern Wild-Card teams going into next week's action.

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Some CBJ player news before Tuesday's game recap:

 

- Anderson, Murray and Korpisalo are all practicing either with the team or separately.  Making steady process to returning to the roster, but not quite ready yet.

 

- Wennberg picked up an injury during the second period of Sunday's game and didn't return for the third.  Wennberg was placed on the IR after the game with an undisclosed upper-body injury and is expected to be out 3-4 weeks.  Ryan MacInnis was recalled from Cleveland to center the fourth-line and Riley Nash was promoted to center the third-line for Tuesday's game.

 

- Robinson and Garbe each got two-year contract extensions.  Especially nice for the 32-year-old 5'-4" Garbe, who was given a two-way deal as a reward for his play at Cleveland the past two seasons and his play at Columbus this season. 

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As far 0-0 games go, Tuesday night's scoreless game was full of action.  The Jackets had 44 shots-on-goal and Florida had 32 before Werenski got the game-winner in OT.  Elvis was awesome in the net again, with his fourth shutout in his last seven starts(!)

 

The Jackets now have a nine-game point streak and have points in 23 of their past 25 games (18-2-5).  Playoff situation still status quo with the CBJ third in the East and two points above the playoff line.

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Another low scoring tight game but another win for the CBJ with a 2-0 home victory over Detroit last night.  They now have a 10-game point streak and have points in 24 of their past 26 games (19-2-5).

 

Werenski got the first (and game-winning) goal in the second period on an extended 6-on-5 delayed penalty sequence.  That goal was Z's 17th of the season, which sets a new franchise record for most goals for a defenseman:

 

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Another shutout by Elvis in the win last night.  This is his fifth shutout in his last eight appearances.  Elvis is only the sixth goaltender to do this in the NHL since 1929:

 

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Elvis only required 16 saves to record last night's shutout against the Detroit.  The CBJ outshot the Red Wings 44 to 16 - which set a franchise record for shot differential (+28).

 

It is kind of amazing the way NHL teams rise and fall in cycles.  Before Columbus joined the NHL, the Red Wings had a "Dead Things" era in the 1970's to the early 80's in which they consistently missed the playoffs.  Then the Red Wings started signing the first wave of Russian NHL players and built a powerhouse that won two Stanley Cups in the 90's and two Stanley Cups in the 00's.  In the 32 seasons from 1984 to 2016, the Red Wings made the playoffs 30 times - including 25 consecutive seasons from 1991 to 2016.

 

However, since that consecutive playoff streak was broken, they haven't reached the playoffs since.  And this season, the Red Wings have hit rock bottom.  This 21st century version of the Dead Things is last in the NHL by a wide margin this season.

 

Last night's win by the CBJ over the Red Wings also highlights this rise-and-fall cycle.  When Columbus was a hapless expansion team in the early 2000's, the Red Wings would regularly dominate the CBJ.  Now it is the CBJ who is the team that regularly makes the playoffs and it is the Red Wings that are getting dominated by the CBJ(!)

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Let's get caught up on CBJ news.  First some good news:

 

Elvis Merzlikins was named first star-of-the-week for his two shutouts and an amazing 0.67 GAA and .971 save pct for his three starts in the previous week.

 

 

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Now the bad news:

 

All-Star defenseman Seth Jones fractured his ankle in Saturday's game and had surgery today.  Jones is expected to miss 8-10 weeks.  BTW - the NHL playoffs begin in eight weeks(!)  So, barring a Werenski-type early recovery, Jones is likely out for the remainder of the regular season.

 

Cam Atkinson also appeared to reaggravate his high-ankle sprain in Saturday's game and was out of the lineup for Monday's game.  These high-ankle sprains are difficult to gauge - so for now Cam is being treated as day-to-day.  But because of Cam's injury, 20-year-old prospect Liam Foudy was called up from his London Knights junior team on an emergency basis.

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Now for a recap of the last two games:

 

The CBJ got this season's 30th win in Friday's win over Detroit.  But a pair of tough 2-1 losses against Colorado on Saturday and Tampa Bay on Monday have them stuck on that 30 mark going into this weekend's games.

  • Saturday's 2-1 loss in regulation to Colorado was tough because it broke the CBJ's 10-game point streak.  But also because the Jackets took a 1-0 lead into the final period, only to see the Avs potent offense net two in the final 10 minutes for a come-from-behind win.  Losing Jones (for the season) and Atkinson (day-to-day) was the frosting on top of the misery cake.
  • Monday's 2-1 loss in overtime to Tampa Bay at least came with a regulation standings point, so the CBJ remain tied in points with NYI and in the WC1 spot.  But the Jackets OT woes continued with Werenski getting the puck taken away behind the Jackets net that led to the OT game-winner.

This week's remaining games are Thursday at Buffalo; back home Friday against NYR; then at New Jersey.  Hopefully the Jackets can keep up the effort they had against two of the league's top teams (Colorado and Tampa Bay), against these next three teams below them in the standings.

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https://www.nhl.com/bluejackets/news/blue-jackets-defensemen-seth-jones/c-314918972

 

 

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Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Seth Jones underwent successful surgery today to repair his injured ankle and is expected to be sidelined approximately eight to 10 weeks, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today. The surgery was performed by Dr. Greg Bellisari and Dr. Scott Van Aman at Orthopedic One. Jones suffered a sprain and hairline fracture of his ankle in last Saturday's game vs. Colorado. 

 

I'm sorry...what?  GREG BELLISARI is out here performing surgeries?  LOL

 

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Atkinson will miss 2-3 weeks with a reaggravation of his previous high-ankle sprain.

 

Foudy has been emergency recalled again and will play in tonight's game in Buffalo.

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The CBJ have been winning alot of one-goal games this season (18 of their 30 wins, which is the most in the NHL).  Now the team is starting to drop some of these close games.  On Thursday, the CBJ dropped a 4-3 OT loss at Buffalo and then a Friday 3-1 loss against NYR that was by a one-goal-plus-empty-netter margin.

 

Since Seth Jones' season-ending injury, the CBJ have had three tight losses to go 0-1-2.  This drops their record since the All-Star break to 3-2-3.  But despite losing our best defenseman, it isn't the defense that hurting the team.  The team has only given up 2.0 GAA in the 8 games since the All-Star break.  But they've only scored 14 goals in those same 8 games for a 1.75 GPG.

 

Despite the recent slide, the CBJ still hold the WC1 spot and are two points above the Eastern playoff line.  But if they can't beat teams below them in the standings - like at New Jersey tonight - they'll drop below that playoff line.

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Despite the CBJ pumping a season-high 55 shots at NJ in Sunday's game, the Jackets couldn't stop their recent slide.  NJ's goalie stopped 52 shots and defeated the CBJ in a seven-round shootout period to deny the Jackets a much needed extra standings point.  Rookie d-man Peeke scored his first NHL career goal in the game - which is the 7th CBJ player to get his first NHL career goal this season - the most in the NHL.  Also most in the NHL for the CBJ this season - man-games lost to injury(!)

 

Despite the Jackets riding a five-game losing streak (0-3-2), because three of those losses came in OT/SO, the Jackets gained three standings points and still hold the WC1 spot, are one point above PHI in the WC2 spot, and are two points above CAR at just below the playoff line - with 22 regular-season games remaining for the CBJ.

 

But the Jackets won't stay above the playoff line if they can't start winning.  Especially in the next two games, where they play at PHI tonight and host PHI on Thursday.  These next two games are a golden opportunity for both the CBJ and PHI to help themselves in the standings.

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Bad breaks, bad bounces, bad result in a 5-1 loss at PHI tonight.  Bjorkstrand's 20th goal of the season on a second period power play was one of the few things to go right in the Wells Fargo Center for the CBJ.  The Jackets need a win Thursday to stay above the playoff line and prevent a four-game season sweep by PHI.

 

BTW - Peeke (who got his first NHL goal in the previous game) went -3 tonight(!)  Welcome to the NHL.

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Of the three major Blue Jackets who have been on IR for some time and have been said to be "close" to returning - Anderson, Murray, Korpisalo - I wouldn't have bet that Korpisalo would be the first one to return.

 

But it looks like he will as the CBJ have loaned Korpisalo to Cleveland to begin a conditioning assignment.

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Last night's 4-3 loss in OT to the Flyers might be the game that finished off the Jackets playoff hopes for 2020.

 

The OT loss was bad enough - although the one standings point did keep the CBJ nominally in the WC1 spot.  However, they're only one point up on CAR and NYI, who each hold three games-in-hand over the CBJ, and will likely pass us in the standings.  But even more hurtful then the OT loss, is the loss of leading goal scorer Oliver Bjorkstrand for the rest of the regular season(!)

 

https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/28750726/blue-jackets-oliver-bjorkstrand-8-10-weeks-ankle-injury

 

Bjorkstrand made a drive for the Flyers goal late in the third period, got knocked off balance, and slammed hard feet first into the end boards.  Bjorkstrand got up and skated very tentatively to the bench and did not return for the OT period.  After the game, the Jackets announced Bjorkstand had suffered a sprained and fractured ankle and would be out 8-10 weeks.

 

This is an almost identical injury that Seth Jones suffered nearly two weeks ago.  So now, after pushing their way through a league-high number of man-games missed, the CBJ are missing their best offensive player and their best defensive player for the remainder of the regular season(!)

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