Blue Jackets vs. Canucks Scoring Chances 10/10/11

COLUMBUS, OH - OCTOBER 10: Radek Martinek #2 of the Columbus Blue Jacketsc battles for the puck against Henrik Sedin #33 of the Vancouver Canucks during the game at Nationwide Arena on October 10, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Columbus dominated the game for two periods, then collapsed in the third after a failed penalty shot.  Strategically, Scott Arniel hard-matched the Pahlsson line against the Sedins.  Pahlsson played 12.6 minutes at even strength, 10.5 of those minutes came against Henrik Sedin.  The Mayorov - Pahlsson - Dorsett line held their own and won the chances battle against the Sedins, but Jeff Carter's line did not hold up their end of the bargain.  Prospal - Carter - Nash played 12.4 minutes at even strength, just over 5 minutes against Cody Hodgson and just over 4 minutes against Manny Malhotra and were a -1 in chances on the evening.

Top ES ForwardMaksim Mayorov, Derek Dorsett, Samuel Pahlsson +3

Bottom ES ForwardsDerick Brassard, Jeff Carter, R.J. Umberger, Vinny Prospal, Rick Nash -1

Top ES DefensemenRadek Martinek +4

Bottom ES DefensemanKris Russell -2


Scoring Chances - Columbus vs. Vancouver, 10.10.2011

NHL Game Number 20030

Team Totals, Columbus in Red

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 7 1
2
1
5
0
0 0 0 0 0 0
2 5
4
5
2
0
2 0 0
0 0 0 0
3 2 6 2
3
0
3 0 0 0 0
0 0
Totals
14
11
9
6 5
5
0 0
0 0
0 0

The Jackets dominated the first two periods, going 12-5 overall and 7-3 at even strength.  The Canucks finished by dominating the third 6-2, 3-2 at even strength.

Scoring Chances by Period, Time and Game State

Team Period Time Note CBJ Opponent
CBJ 1 18:30 Carter Rebound 1 7 22 51 58 61 2 3 20 35 36 5v4
CBJ 1 16:51 Nash Crease 1 7 22 51 58 61 2 3 27 35 36 5v4
CBJ 1 16:32 Clitsome One Timer 1 10 13 14 18 50 6 14 23 35 40 5v4
CBJ 1 16:04 Vermette Tip 1 10 13 14 18 50 6 20 23 27 35 5v4
CBJ 1 11:20 Atkinson GOAL One Timer 1 11 13 24 51 58 4 8 20 27 35 36 5v5
CBJ 1 10:08 Nash 1 7 10 14 22 61 3 23 32 35 40 54 5v5
VAN 1 4:31 Higgins GOAL Tip 1 11 13 24 51 58 2 6 20 27 35 36 5v5
CBJ 1 1:45 Carter Slot 1 7 22 51 58 61 2 8 14 35 40 5v4
VAN 2 17:31 Malhotra Breakaway 1 7 22 51 58 61 2 3 20 27 35 36 5v5
VAN 2 15:50 Hodgson One Timer 1 2 3 8 18 2 6 9 15 20 35 4v5
VAN 2 15:49 Hodgson Rebound 1 2 3 8 18 2 6 9 15 20 35 4v5
CBJ 2 14:14 Atkinson Rebound 1 16 18 50 51 58 8 23 32 35 40 54 5v5
CBJ 2 13:37 Atkinson Crease 1 2 3 11 13 50 8 22 23 32 35 40 5v5
VAN 2 13:08 Salo Point 1 2 3 16 18 50 2 6 14 22 33 35 5v5
CBJ 2 7:52 Calvert Tip 1 2 3 11 13 24 2 3 32 35 40 54 5v5
CBJ 2 3:00 McKenzie Tip 1 2 3 8 15 26 6 14 22 23 33 35 5v5
CBJ 2 1:45 Prospal One Timer 1 7 14 22 51 61 2 3 20 32 35 40 5v5
CBJ 3 19:10 Mayorov Slot 1 2 8 15 26 58 4 8 20 33 35 36 5v5
CBJ 3 19:09 Mayorov Penalty Shot 1 2 8 15 26 58 4 8 20 33 35 36 5v5
VAN 3 18:02 Hodgson GOAL Tip 1 7 10 14 22 61 2 3 9 15 26 35 5v5
VAN 3 15:24 Malhotra One Timer 1 10 14 16 18 50 2 3 20 27 35 36 5v5
VAN 3 11:50 Bieksa Circle 1 7 10 14 22 61 2 3 9 15 26 35 5v5
VAN 3 11:33 Burrows Stuff 1 2 3 15 26 14 22 23 26 33 35 4v5
VAN 3 11:32 Burrows GOAL Rebound 1 2 3 15 26 14 22 23 26 33 35 4v5
VAN 3 2:39 Samuelsson Circle 1 2 3 24 50 2 3 9 15 26 35 4v5

Just after the 4:00 mark of the third, Sportsnet West flashed there chances totals to that point:  12-4 Columbus.  At the time I had the game at 14-6 Columbus.

Lines and Pairings

Nash - Carter - Prospal
Brassard - Vermette - Umberger
Mayorov - Pahlsson - Dorsett
Calvert - MacKenzie - Atkinson

Tyutin - Savard
Methot - Martinek
Russell - Clitsome

Mason

Scoring Chances by Player

# Player EV PP SH
1 S. MASON 44:15 9 6 8:26 5 0 5:26 0 5
2 R. MARTINEK 18:16 5 1 0:29 0 0 3:18 0 5
3 M. METHOT 13:36 3 1 0:23 0 0 2:19 0 5
7 J. CARTER 12:26 2 3 4:44 3 0 0:00 0 0
8 M. MAYOROV 11:43 3 0 0:10 0 0 0:56 0 2
10 K. RUSSELL 13:29 1 3 2:42 2 0 0:17 0 0
11 M. CALVERT 7:16 3 1 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
13 C. ATKINSON 6:39 3 1 0:46 2 0 0:00 0 0
14 G. CLITSOME 15:11 2 3 3:32 2 0 2:08 0 0
15 D. DORSETT 13:52 3 0 0:10 0 0 1:39 0 2
16 D. BRASSARD 13:35 1 2 2:46 0 0 0:00 0 0
18 R. UMBERGER 14:27 1 2 3:32 2 0 1:20 0 2
22 V. PROSPAL 12:34 2 3 4:31 3 0 0:06 0 0
24 D. MACKENZIE 6:14 2 1 0:00 0 0 2:31 0 1
26 S. PAHLSSON 12:35 3 0 0:35 0 0 1:32 0 2
50 A. VERMETTE 15:43 2 2 3:07 2 0 2:28 0 1
51 F. TYUTIN 14:18 3 2 5:11 3 0 2:50 0 0
58 D. SAVARD 15:25 4 2 4:48 3 0 0:00 0 0
61 R. NASH 12:12 2 3 4:44 3 0 0:20 0 0

I've included Mayorov's penalty shot as a chance for and against the two lines on the ice at the whistle.  It doesn't make sense to charge that chance to the goalie only if he didn't create the penalty shot.

Head-to-Head Even Strength Scoring Chances

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If not for the work against Vancouver's fourth line, the Prospal - Carter - Nash would have looked bad at even strength.  The third line's work against the Sedin line was very strong.
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