Quotebook: Blue Jackets Come Up Short Against the Canadiens, 3-1

By Andy Anders on November 28, 2017 at 11:17 am
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The Blue Jackets' six-game win streak, their longest of the season, came to an end on Monday night against the Montreal Canadiens. Here is the reaction of Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella and center Boone Jenner.

John Tortorella

On the game: "We developed a lot of scoring chances, hit a few posts… we just couldn't score. We had 10 chances on the power play. Didn't score."

On the power play: "I am tired of dissecting our power play...We had 10 chances on the power play. Tonight's problem was we didn't finish. We developed a lot of scoring chances on it."

On fighting back after the slow start: "I thought we played a good 40 minutes [after the first period], but we don't find a way to beat Price and they win the game."

Boone Jenner

On the bad start: "It hurts us, obviously, when you go down two. In the second and third [periods] we did a lot better but it comes back to the start."

On poor power play production: "They got one, and we didn't, and we had opportunities. It's just about finding a way to get it done. In these games, it's crucial."

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