CBJ@SJS: Hartnell brings the Blue Jackets within one
Scott Hartnell follows a rebound and puts it into the back of the net, bringing the Blue Jackets back within one late in the 3rd
A tough one tonight at the Shark Tank.
The Blue Jackets were fast and aggressive at times (but not for long enough) and got timely saves from Sergei Bobrovsky in this game against the San Jose Sharks. They made a few mistakes, but for the most part, they played solid and kept the game under control against an equally fast and aggressive team that penalizes opponents for their mistakes.
COLUMBUS, OH - The Columbus Blue Jackets announced today their third jersey schedule for the 2016-17 National Hockey League season. The Jackets will wear the alternate sweaters 12 times at home with the first game set for Tuesday, November 1 when the club hosts the Dallas Stars at Nationwide Arena.
With a rare five-day break last week, the Blue Jackets had the opportunity for a little relaxation. A few players spent their time on the track... but maybe not doing what you might expect. Let's see what they were up to in this week's #CBJ Social Roundup.
With focus on more shot attempts, the Columbus blue line is leading the charge
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Before Friday's win over Chicago, John Tortorella shared one of the Blue Jackets' points of emphasis this season.
"We have put a focus on shot attempts," Tortorella said. "We're trying to get in that 60-65 area as far as shot attempts. That means bad angle shots, that means not overpassing. It's a work in progress."