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by 11Cups on 11/27/10 at 01:05 AM ET
The State of Michigan and Ohio are at war this weekend!
This weekend features a home and home battle for the Central Division lead in the Western Conference between the Red Wings and Blue Jackets and a classic Big Ten football match-up between the University of Michigan and The Ohio State University. Round one goes to the State of Michigan and Hockeytown, as the Red Wings prevailed Friday night 2-1.
The Blue Jackets introduced their new classy looking third jersey before a capacity crowd at Nationwide Area. The game featured great goal tending from Steve Mason and Jimmy Howard. The game was very up tempo and entertaining. Both teams had great scoring opportunities, but both net minders were up to the task. The Blue Jackets were awarded a penalty shot by Boll after being hooked from behind on a breakaway. Jimmy Howard stood tall and blocked Boll penalty shot.
The game ultimately was decided on special teams. The Wings penalty kill fought off five Columbus power plays, while the Red Wings scored on a power play goal by Fiippula, that became the game winner. The first Red Wings first goal was scored by Franzen and Vermette scored the lone Columbus goal.
Round 2 of the hockey match-up is this Sunday afternoon from the Joe Louis Arena in Hockeytown. It should be another great game. The hate should be on.
Of course, the big football game is Saturday at the Horseshoe in Columbus. The Buckeyes are heavily favored and are smelling roses.
Enjoy your hockey weekend!
J. Franzen (07:04 - 2nd) , V. Filppula (PPG, 08:06 - 3rd)
CBJ: A. Vermette (09:05 - 3rd)
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