“I have to turn the page” –Charlie Lindgren

«Je dois tourner la page» –Charlie Lindgren

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Charlie Lindgren had a crestfallen in the locker room of the opposing team at the Nationwide Arena. The American 24-year-old has lost a third straight game and has now given 16 goals in his last three outings.

“This is not easy. But I have to look at the positive and continue to work. It was a trip frustrating for me with three departures difficult. I have to turn the page. I always trust my ways, I know I can play well in this league. “

«Je dois tourner la page» –Charlie Lindgren


In his days with the Edmonton Oilers, Jeff Petry has often known the gloom of an end-of-season where the team was eliminated for several weeks.

“This was a difficult period. I lived it before. It is easy to become frustrated. We must just ensure not to be frustrated, to not change our game. One should try to improve as a team and each of us can improve individually. “

«Je dois tourner la page» –Charlie Lindgren


Brendan Gallagher has explained this further setback by the lack of discipline of his team in the first period.

“We scored our first presence. It is 1-1, we took two penalties and they score both times. When you play abroad, it is hard to come back from a late two-goal. We started well the match, but they took advantage of their chances. A delay of punishment would have enabled us to build on that. “

Without Danault and Froese

«Je dois tourner la page» –Charlie Lindgren



Shot in the face by the puck during the meeting on Saturday in Tampa, Phillip Danault has not faced the Blue Jackets on Monday night. Income to the game on February 20, after an absence of 15 games due to a concussion, he had also missed the game against the Florida Panthers march 8, after having suffered from a stiff neck. About Andrew Shaw, even if he had not participated in the morning training of the team, it was indeed at his job in Columbus. Although healthy, forward Byron Froese has been left out for the first time in seven meetings.

Far from the Vezina

«Je dois tourner la page» –Charlie Lindgren



To ensure their playoff spot, which is far from being achieved, the Blue Jackets will have to rely on their goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky, whose performances are incomparable to those of last year, where, for the second time in his career, he was awarded the trophy Vezina, awarded to the best goalkeeper of the NHL. The Russian 29-year-old has won 30 games since the start of the season (he had won 41 last year), but most importantly, it has suffered 21 defeats in regulation time and five more in overtime.

Top personal

Beating Bobrovsky from the 34th second of the game in the match, Brendan Gallagher has reached a summit staff by scoring a 25th goal. It has surpassed its production of 24 he had signed in 2014-2015. It is during this same season he achieved his best harvest of points with 47. He only missing six to surpass this plateau.

‘reilly in hearing

Acquired from the Wild in Minnesota last month, Mike Reilly played Monday in a seventh game in a row with the Canadian and he was able to gain the confidence of his head coach, Claude Julien, who used it for more than 20 minutes during six of these meetings, of which 22 min 42 sec on Monday night.

And 100 for Petry and Galchenyuk !

Jeff Petry and Alex Galchenuyk were on Monday night their 100th game on. They are among only five players to have played the 69 meetings of the Canadian since the beginning of the season. The others are Brendan Gallagher, Paul Byron and Karl Alzner. The latter is also one of the iron men of the NHL. It is in the fourth rank in the ranking of the most long sequences active consecutive games with 609. It is led by Keith Yandle (700), Panthers of Florida, Patrick Marleau (693), Toronto Maple Leafs, and Phil Kessel (680), of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Jones on fire

Seth Jones is currently experiencing the best moments of his career, he has now registered five goals and two assists in his last three meetings. Traded by the Predators in Nashville on the 6th of January 2016 in return for forward Ryan Johansen, the defender of the Blue Jackets is the second best pointer of his team with 48 points, behind Artemi Panarin, who sits at the top with 62 points.