Chicago Blackhawks goals came from odd angles and even on shots that didn't look like shots in a 5-1 victory over the Blue Jackets last night.

When Steve Mason did make saves, they often were greeted by derisive cheers from the Nationwide Arena crowd.

But except for one goal, Mason didn't blame himself for the puck getting behind him.

"I don't even consider this a bad game," he said. "Aside from the second (goal), there's not much you can do."

That second goal, which came two minutes after the first one and two minutes before the third, was a bad-angle shot from Patrick Sharp that somehow found the net.

"They found a hole through my arm, the one part of the equipment where there's a hole, and it snuck in there," Mason said.