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TRIVIA TUESDAY: Here Come The Hats!

Tuesday, 09.25.2012 / 2:00 PM
By Rob Mixer - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today
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TRIVIA TUESDAY: Here Come The Hats!

We're in the reflective mood, so let's take another stroll down memory lane for this week's Trivia Tuesday question.

Remember one of the most exciting moments in Blue Jackets history? Of course you do: a rocking Nationwide Arena, sold out for the first-ever appearance by the Toronto Maple Leafs in Columbus.

It was a back-and-forth hockey game that was as breathtaking as it was nerve-wracking; a shining example of why this is the greatest game on the planet. The roof nearly had to be secured in overtime as Tyler Wright took a nifty pass along the left wing and cut in towards the Maple Leaf net.

Just like that -- BOOM. Game over. Wright finished it off just inside the post and the place was pulsating. Feels like it was yesterday.

Anyway, enough reminiscing. Here's the question -- name the Toronto goaltender that yielded Wright's game-winning hat trick goal in the game.

Good luck!

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