Scoring Chances: ANA @ CBJ, 10/30/11

Not actually a save from a good scoring chance shot, but it looks badass, doesn't it? (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images)

All things considered, this game was ugly from the word go - and both teams, though tired, did a good job of trying to eliminate scoring chances where possible.

The difference is, finally, the Jackets capitalized on one special teams scoring chance and put up strong pressure throughout the game, leading to the Johansen goal (also from the prime scoring area) and the Tyutin goal (outside the prime area, but after a long period of heavy pressure where Anaheim could not clear the zone.)

Best E/S Forward: Ryan Johansen (+5)

Best E/S Defenseman: John Moore / Aaron Johnson (+3)

Worst E/S Forward: Derek MacKenzie (-2)

Worst E/S Defenseman: James Wisniewski (-2)

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20153

Team Period Time Note CBJ Opponent
CBJ 1 17:37 Nash - GOAL 1 14 18 21 22 61 23 32 38 49

5v3
CBJ 1 15:52 Giroux 1 5 10 19 28 50 5 8 10 15 21 38 5v5
CBJ 1 15:45 Giroux 1 5 10 19 28 50 5 8 10 15 21 38 5v5
ANA 1 14:12 Selanne 1 21 22 24 51 61 8 9 11 17 32 38 5v5
ANA 1 11:36 Ryan - GOAL 1 5 10 15 16 28 8 9 11 17 32 38 5v5
CBJ 1 8:00 Vermette 1 5 10 11 19 50 7 17 32 38 41 77 5v5
CBJ 1 6:06 Pahlsson 1 5 10 18 26 32 10 15 17 32 38 39 5v5
CBJ 1 0:27 Vermette 1 5 14 16 19 50 5 21 38 49 77
5v4
CBJ 2 18:03 Johansen - GOAL 1 4 11 19 50 51 17 32 38 41 64 77 5v5
CBJ 2 15:15 Dorsett 1 4 15 24 51
4 8 10 15 17 38 4v5
ANA 2 13:24 Perry 1 4 32 50 51
4 8 10 15 17 38 4v5
ANA 2 13:19 Perry 1 4 32 50 51
4 8 10 15 17 38 4v5
ANA 2 13:06 Koivu 1 5 14 15 24
4 7 9 11 23 38 4v5
CBJ 2 11:10 Prospal 1 5 10 16 22 61 5 32 38 49 64 77 5v5
CBJ 2 7:08 Tyutin - GOAL 1 18 21 26 32 51 10 15 17 32 38 39 5v5
CBJ 2 4:45 Mackenzie 1 4 14 22 24
5 7 9 17 38
4v4
ANA 2 3:51 Fowler 1 10 16 18 21
4 15 23 38 39
4v4
CBJ 2 3:15 Nash 1 4 14 26 51 61 4 10 15 23 38 39 5v5
CBJ 2 1:01 Umberger 1 18 21 26 32 51 4 9 10 15 23 38 5v5
CBJ 3 18:13 Calvert 1 4 11 14 19 24 5 9 10 15 23 38 5v5
ANA 3 15:49 Ryan 1 11 21 24 50 51 9 10 15 21 23 38 5v5
ANA 3 14:47 Selanne 1 5 10 18 26 32 8 11 17 32 38 49 5v5
ANA 3 10:00 Selanne 1 21 22 24 51 61 4 8 11 23 38 49 5v5
CBJ 3 7:43 Mackenzie 1 4 14 18 24
4 8 10 15 17 38 4v5
ANA 3 6:36 Koivu 1 15 21 50 51
5 9 11 23 38 39 4v5
ANA 3 3:31 Cogliano 1 4 14 22 24 61 4 7 8 11 23 38 5v5


The definition of clutch save so far this season might be that sequence from 13:24-13:06 of the second period, where Mason stopped three very dangerous chances in 18 seconds. Meanwhile, for the funny numbers crowd, how about the fact that Derek Dorsett came a toe save away from scoring a goal (shorthanded, no less!) at 15:15?

# Player EV PP SH
1 S. MASON 49:55 11 7 3:13 1 0 6:00 2 4
4 J. MOORE 19:49 4 1 0:00 0 0 2:58 2 2
5 A. JOHNSON 8:45 5 2 0:42 1 0 1:17 0 1
10 K. RUSSELL 8:13 5 3 0:07 0 0 0:00 0 0
11 M. CALVERT 9:08 3 1 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
14 G. CLITSOME 20:32 3 1 0:35 1 0 1:37 1 1
15 D. DORSETT 6:23 0 1 0:00 0 0 1:46 1 2
16 D. BRASSARD 5:53 1 2 0:35 1 0 0:00 0 0
18 R. UMBERGER 15:46 3 2 2:24 0 0 2:31 1 0
19 R. JOHANSEN 12:32 5 0 0:42 1 0 0:00 0 0
21 J. WISNIEWSKI 22:21 2 4 2:31 0 0 2:19 0 1
22 V. PROSPAL 17:33 2 3 2:31 0 0 0:00 0 0
24 D. MACKENZIE 12:52 2 4 0:00 0 0 1:53 2 1
26 S. PAHLSSON 17:03 4 1 0:00 0 0 1:44 0 0
28 A. GIROUX 6:03 2 1 0:07 0 0 0:00 0 0
32 C. BASS 11:38 3 1 0:00 0 0 1:43 0 2
50 A. VERMETTE 14:40 4 1 0:49 1 0 2:23 0 3
51 F. TYUTIN 21:06 4 3 2:31 0 0 3:49 1 3
61 R. NASH 17:48 2 3 2:31 0 0 0:00 0 0


Once again, you may notice we have another case of deceptive numbers. On the one hand, Aaron Johnson looks great at E/S, until you consider that he was not actually on the ice for any goals for, and he was on the ice for the single Anaheim goal against. Wiz, also, was on ice for more E/S chances against (in no small part due to his heavy workload), but had a key assist on the Tyutin and Nash goals (though the Nash one obviously did not count for his E/S rating).

Ryan Johansen, on the other hand, continues to look like the real deal, and the combination of Johansen, Matt Calvert, and Antoine Vermette seemed to click into a potent offensive force while still doing a good job of managing responsible defensive play. 

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 6 2 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
2 7 4 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0
3 2 5 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 15 11 11 7 1 0 1 0 2 4 0 0

 

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