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By The Numbers: Blue Jackets vs. Lightning

by Kristyn Repke / Columbus Blue Jackets

Welcome to By The Numbers. Here, we'll break down the most important facts, figures and statistics from that night's game. Despite the final score, there's more to the game's story than the numbers on the scoreboard.

Here's a look at some of the most notable statistics and numbers from the Blue Jackets' 1-0 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning at Nationwide Arena:

2 - Shutouts this season for the Blue Jackets. The team gets credit for this shutout (not an individual goaltender) as both Sergei Bobrovsky (18 saves) and Curtis McElhinney (8 saves) put together a solid effort in net. That is the first team shutout in Blue Jackets history and the first in the NHL this season.

3 - Skaters in tonight's game that did not have a shot attempt. Those players are Lightning RW BJ Crombeen and Blue Jackets forwards Mark Letestu and Corey Tropp.

5 - Road games in a row that the Lightning have lost after beginning the season 6-2-0 on the road.

10 - Times this season that the Blue Jackets have recorded four or fewer shots on goal in the first period out of a total of 28 games. They are averaging eight shots on goal in the first period in 2013-14 for a combined total of 233 first period SOG.

10 - The number of games in the Blue Jackets win-loss-win-loss streak.

11 - Hits tonight for Blake Comeau, who set a single game record for the Blue Jackets. The original high? Seven. Comeau now has 92 total hits on the season, which currently ranks top 10 in the NHL.

25 - The number of wins the Blue Jackets have all-time when Ryan Johansen has a point (25-11-3 record). He now has 20 points for the season, which leads the team in that category.

46 - Giveaways the Blue Jackets have had on home ice this season--the fewest in the NHL.

120:52 - The amount of game time the Lightn
ing have played without scoring a goal.

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