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By The Numbers: Jets vs. Blue Jackets

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 loss to the Winnipeg Jets at Nationwide Arena:

9 - Game point streak for Ryan Johansen, the longest of his NHL career. He has four goals and seven assists for 11 points in that span and is just one game shy of tying the franchise point streak record (10).

16 - Shots blocked by the Jets tonight. They were in the way of several great chances by the Blue Jackets offense and allowed just 24 shots on net.

18 - Games in which the Blue Jackets have had a single-digit shot total in the first period. They registered just five SOG through the first 20 minutes of play.

21 - Games this season for the Jets that have been determined by one goal, which is second in the NHL to the Flames (22). They're 9-7-5 in those decisions.

22 - Fighting majors taken by the Blue Jackets this season, which is tied for third overall in the NHL. Matt Calvert and Nick Foligno were called for a 5-minute major apiece tonight.

25:28 - David Savard's ice time tonight, which tops his career-high by nearly four minutes. His previous high was 21:33 on Feb. 9, 2012 against the Stars.

37 - Goals for the Jets in the third period this season, which is tied for second in the NHL. They had two goals in the final 20 tonight.

50 - Seconds played by Blue Jackets defenseman Dalton Prout, who left the game in the first period due to a lower body injury. Derek MacKenzie also left early and finished with 3:25 TOI.

71.4 - The number of face-offs the Blue Jackets won in the defensive zone. They won 15 of 21 attempts in those circles.

92 - The Blue Jackets' penalty kill percentage over their last 25 penalties committed. In that span, they have only allowed two power play goals to opponents.

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