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COLUMBUS Breeland Speaks Youth Jersey , Ohio — The final playoff push begins Tuesday night for the Columbus Blue Jackets.

With three games left in the regular season, the Blue Jackets (44-29-6) are close to clinching a spot in the postseason for the second consecutive year. A win at Nationwide Arena over the Detroit Red Wings (30-38-11) would secure a place in the field.

In the tightly bunched Metropolitan Division, the Blue Jackets and Philadelphia Flyers share third place with 94 points. Both have three games left.

The New Jersey Devils are lurking one point behind in the second wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference. The Florida Panthers still have faint hopes but need basically a miracle to get in.

“I think everyone is aware of the situation as far as the standings go,” Blue Jackets defenseman Ian Cole said, “but you try not to get too wrapped up in it. You want to concentrate on what the Columbus Blue Jackets have to do out on the ice. Having that mindset has led to some success for us.”

The Blue Jackets and Flyers still have a chance to move up in the standings. Both enter Tuesday’s games just two points behind Cole’s former team, the Pittsburgh Penguins, for second place in the Metro.

With the Penguins idle and the Flyers playing the New York Islanders on Tuesday, the evening could end with a three-way tie for second. Then, two nights later, the Blue Jackets play host to the Penguins.

Finishing second in the division would mean home-ice advantage in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and so there’s still plenty to play for this week. The Blue Jackets close the season on Saturday at Nashville.

But Columbus coach John Tortorella refused to talk about the scenarios, repeatedly deflecting questions about the playoffs.

“I’m pleased that we still have an opportunity to play another game and we’re still in the hunt,” Tortorella said. “Get ready for Detroit. I’m happy that game means something.”

Asked again about the NHL postseason, Tortorella answered Leighton Vander Esch Jersey , “I’m glad tomorrow is an important game for us.”

The Blue Jackets practiced Monday at less than full strength.

“We just have a little bit of sickness running through the team,” Tortorella said.

One player he’s definitely ruling out Tuesday is defenseman Markus Nutivaara, who is day to day after suffering an upper-body injury in the Blue Jackets’ 5-4 overtime loss on Saturday in Vancouver to the Canucks.

Defenseman Jack Jackson, a healthy scratch the past few games, could be a candidate to replace Nutivaara. Sergei Bobrovsky also is expected back in goal after sitting out Saturday in Vancouver.

The Blue Jackets finished March with a 12-3-1 record, going 12-1-1 in their past 14 games. They closed the month by rallying from a three-goal deficit in the final minutes against the Canucks to force overtime and pick up a point in the standings.

Cam Atkinson scored one of the goals in the comeback, giving him a seven-game points streak, and Artemi Panarin had four assists in the game, giving him 25 points in March.

“It’s a great lesson for our team that it’s never over, especially in this league here right now,” Tortorella said. “There’s so many mistakes made that you never know what’s going to happen.”

The Red Wings aren’t going to the playoffs, but they’re not going down without a respectable fight. They bring a three-game winning streak to Columbus after beating the Ottawa Senators 2-0 on Sunday.

“I’ve asked these guys for a couple weeks now to go out and compete like crazy,” Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said, according to the Detroit Free Press. “They’ve continued to do that. And even when it was tough Donte Jackson Panthers Jersey , they kept competing like crazy. I’m not looking them in the eyes and not putting together a good lineup.”

At the same time, winning could actually hurt the Red Wings’ prospects of getting a high pick in this summer’s draft.

“I understand the importance of trying to get that first pick. I’m not naive to that,” Blashill said. “But would you want athletes that didn’t play to win? That would be crazy. We’re going to play to win tomorrow night. We’re going to do everything we can and we’ll see what the result is.”

Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard, who posted his first shutout of the season on Sunday, agreed with his coach.

“We still want to go out there, we still want to perform, we still want to play our best, we still, you know, want to win games,” Howard said.

The adjustments have come both ways and Pittsburgh Pirates rookie outfielder Austin Meadows is doing better at them than opposing pitchers.

Through the first three games of a series against Arizona that concludes Sunday at PNC Park, Meadows has gotten the better of Diamondbacks pitching. Despite going 0-for-4 Saturday, he’s 5-for-13 in the series with a run, a walk and a stolen base.

In fact Tyron Smith Cowboys Jersey , Meadows told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that pitchers are only adjusting to him “a little bit” after his early success.

“They’re throwing a little more of their off-speed early in the count for strikes,” he said. “For me, it’s just going out there and having the same mentality I did when I got here. Having that fastball-first mentality and adjusting to certain things and staying in my zone and not swinging at their pitches.”

Meadows, 23, a 2013 first-round draft pick who is healthy after injury setbacks, started on fire after his call-up from Triple-A Indianapolis on May 18, but going from .409 to .330 is probably just leveling off to something closer to what he can maintain.

He has made 25 starts — he batted leadoff Saturday in a 7-2 Pirates loss — divided among all three outfield spots. He has hits in 20 of the 25 starts, including 12 of the past 14, with six doubles, two triples, five homers, 11 RBIs, 14 runs and five stolen bases.

Pirates manager Clint Hurdle expects that opposing teams will use whatever resources they have to try to shift the advantage to the pitchers.

“We’ve seen a punch-back already,” said Hurdle Jamal Adams Jersey Youth , who doesn’t sound as if he expects opponents to fully solve Meadows any time soon.

“If you’re not impressed by Meadows’ at-bats, you need to go watch another sport right now,” he said.

Pittsburgh (36-40) has lost four straight and five of six. Arizona (43-33) has won three in a row, five of six, and will go for a four-game series sweep Sunday.

Arizona right-hander Clay Buchholz (1-1, 2.94 ERA) is scheduled to face Pirates right-hander Trevor Williams (6-4, 4.00).

Buchholz has three no-decisions in a row. His most recent start last Sunday was one of the Diamondbacks’ most frustrating losses.

He allowed one earned run in 5 2/3 innings and Arizona went into the ninth inning with a 3-1 lead before the New York Mets came back against closer Brad Boxberger to win 5-3.

“We got some very solid pitching, and Buccholz handed it off to the bullpen,” manager Torey Lovullo said.

Buchholz was subdued but “felt pretty good for the most part.”

Buchholz has been strong on the road with no wins to show for it — 0-1 with a 2.12 ERA and a .180 average against in three starts.

He is 0-1 with a 10.13 ERA in two career starts against the Pirates.

Williams is coming off a gem. He pitched seven one-hit, scoreless innings and struck out seven Monday in a 1-0 win over Milwaukee. It was his first win since May 15.

Against the Diamondbacks, Williams is 1-1 with a 3.21 ERA in three career starts. That includes a 13-8 road loss on June 12 when he gave up six runs (one earned) in the first inning and two in the third.

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