Blue Jackets-Flames: Post-Game Analysis

Posted: 29th November 2009 by Ed Cmar in NHL
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Rather than do the usual drone of a narrative game recap (I'm not that clever, and really, I'm not that lyrical), I'd like to do a quick n' dirty analysis of last night's game, between the Blue Jackets and the Calgary Flames. So, here's what went well, what went OK, and what was abysmal:   The Good: * The CBJ playing solid, Hitch-like hockey for 54 minutes.  Lots of energy, tight checking and solid goaltending.  I know, I know, hockey's a 60 minute game.  I'll get to those dreaded 79 seconds, in a later light section.  * Jared Boll is back, and, is that a scorer's touch I see?  Great transition, going from drawing a goaltender's interference penalty, to coming out of the penalty box, and scoring a goal on a stellar feed from Brassard. * Kristian Huselius ...

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