Carney ripped a slap shot past Blue Jackets goalie Pascal
Leclaire just 1:31 after Jan Hrdina scored his second goal of the
game to lift Columbus into a tie.
Anaheim's Joffrey Lupul gave the Ducks a 3-2 lead with 12:31
left before Hrdina tied it. Bryan Berard scored a power-play goal
earlier in the third period to get the Blue Jackets even at 2.
Columbus was just 1-for-24 with the man advantage before Berard
Both teams were without top offensive players. Anaheim center
Sergei Fedorov was held out with a groin injury, and defenseman
Sandis Ozolinsh was sidelined by the flu. Columbus forward Rick
Nash was out again because of a sprained right ankle.
The Blue Jackets fell to 1-2 on a four-game road trip that ends
Sunday at Los Angeles.
Jonathan Hedstrom calmly maneuvered with the puck deep in the
Columbus zone before sending a pass through the crease to Travis
Moen, who lofted a backhand shot over Leclaire to give Anaheim a
1-0 lead 7:50 into the second period.
Lupul swatted in a rebound just outside the crease with 4:07 to
play in the second. Rookie Corey Perry assisted on the play. Perry
has a point in each of Anaheim's four games this season, becoming
the first rookie in franchise history to do so.
Anaheim D Jason Marshall went to the locker room after
being hit in the face while blocking a shot by Jaroslav Balastik in
the first period. ... Nash is expected to be out another two weeks
because of the ankle injury sustained during a training camp
scrimmage Sept. 14. He played fewer than nine minutes in the Blue
Jackets' season opener on Oct. 5 and hasn't played since.
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Arena: Honda Center Location: Anaheim, California
Referees: Rob Martell, Brad Watson Linesmen: Lonnie Cameron, Don Henderson
Attendance: 12,930 (75.3% full)
Team Stat Comparison
Power Play Goals
Power Play Opportunities
Shots on Goal
No scoring this period
Travis Moen (1)
Assists: Jonathan Hedstrom, Samuel Pahlsson
Joffrey Lupul (3)
Assists: Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry