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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' 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning at Nationwide Arena:

2 - Power play goals for the Blue Jackets tonight, after Todd Richards said that the power play had to be better in this morning's pre-game scrum. Nathan Horton and Mark Letestu's goals powered the Blue Jackets to a 33 percent success rate on the man-advantage (2-of-6).

6:33 - Power play ice time for James Wisniewski--which was about two minutes more than any other skater tonight. He leads the Blue Jackets in power play time on ice per game and averaged 3:09 on the point coming into tonight's contest.

7 - Game point and assist streak for Matthew Carle, who has recorded nine assists in that span. He currently has the longest active point streak in the NHL.

10.7 - The Blue Jackets' shooting percentage tonight, which will improve their 9.79 season percentage. The team came into the game sixth in that statistic.

18 - Combined shot attempts by the Calvert-Dubinsky-Atkinson line. Together, they had seven shots on goal, six attempts blocked and six missed shots.

44 - Games in which Ryan Johansen has recorded at least one shot on goal out of 46 games this season.

49 - Third period goals scored by the Blue Jackets this season, which is currently fifth in the NHL. They netted two tonight in the come-from-behind victory.

133:41 - The length of Bobrovsky's home shutout streak, which ended at 5:07 of the second period when Alex Killorn scored on the power play.

200 - Career goals for Nathan Horton, who scored at 3:09 of the third period in his 597th regular season game.

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