Cannonballs is a daily series where we will gather up links to other interesting stories from the Columbus Blue Jackets blogosphere, as well as general NHL and hockey news. While we strive to bring you the best coverage of the Columbus Blue Jackets here at the Union and Blue, there are several other CBJ blogs that do a great job as well. So with that, here is today’s edition of Union and Blue Cannonballs!
Columbus Blue Jackets:
JACKETS WIN JACKETS WIN! Columbus goes PUCK WILD on Minnesota, scoring 2 goals in the second and another 2 in the third – winning by a final score of 4-0! Post-game reactions – [U&B] [BlueJackets.NHL.com - By The Numbers] [The Cannon] [BlueJacketsXtra]
McElhinney, Blue Jackets shut out Wild [NHL.com] : Did you miss the game last night? And reading the post-game reactions just wasn’t enough? NHL.com has you covered with the highlight reel of the night!
Blue Jackets continue to wait… [BlueJacketsXtra] : Michael Arace of the Columbus Dispatch writes up an article on Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton – taking a look back at how he ended up in Columbus and recapping his recovery from his shoulder surgery.
Home Is Not Where The Heart Is [Oil On Whyte] : The Edmonton Oilers have a home record of 4-9, their away record not much better at 6-9-2, but nonetheless, the Oilers faithful are not seeing much winning happening at Rexall Place.
Nikita Kucherov Scores His First NHL Goal in 5-0 Win Over the New York Rangers [Bolts By The Bay] : Tampa Bay Lightning rookie scores his first goal of his NHL career in spectacular fashion! Read more to find out how exactly he did it – its impressive!
NHL Three Stars [Puck Daddy] : Every night the Puck Daddy blog picks their three stars of the night from all the NHL games played that evening. You will want to see who their first star of the night was…
Should P.K. Subban Be on Team Canada? [Bleacher Report] : An interesting article to say the least – the debate was via twitter between two B/R hockey experts – Dave Lozo and Jonathan Willis. Check it out, it is pretty cool – both make really good point on Subban and Team Canada!