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Posts Tagged ‘Marian Gaborik.’

Blue Jackets regain their energy in dominating San Jose, 4-0

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS DRESSING ROOM PRESS CONFERENCES

52,107 Matt Calvert CBJ LW Columbus’ energy level was there tonight no doubt

52,108 Matt Calvert CBJ LW How did the team gets his speed back to dominate the game tonight

52,109 Ryan Johansen CBJ center Columbus needed a win tonight and dominated play

52,115 Marian Gaborik CBJ RW Team went from no goals to 4 goals good win

52,116 Marian Gaborik CBJ RW He likes young Columbus team going in right direction

52,119 Todd Richards CBJ coach Adding Marian Gaborik to young team has been a huge factor

 

SAN JOSE SHARKS DRESSING ROOM PRESS CONFERENCES

52,095 Joe Thornton San Jose center On another blowout loss at Columbus, 2nd this season

52,096 Joe Thornton San Jose center Sharks 0-3 last 3 trips to Columbus. This was a step back for team

52,098 Joe Thornton San Jose center His thoughts on playing an improved Columbus season

52,099 Brad Stuart San Jose Defenseman Team not ready to face Columbus

52,104 Patrick Marleau San Jose center He has to get his game going, not scoring right now

Marian Gaborik has fit in nicely with young Blue Jackets team (photo by Sam Fahmi, courtesy Columbus Wired)

On Sunday night against the Minnesota Wild, a 3-0 loss, the Columbus Blue Jackets were scrambling all over the ice without any speed or energy and their NHL playoff hopes looked very dim.

But on Tuesday night, they regained their step and energy and routed for the second time this season, the San Jose Sharks, 4-0. The crowd of 17,771 at Nationwide Arena did not know what to expect after Sunday’s debacle, but they saw the CBJ win convincingly.

Goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky turned the magic again and stopped all 30 shots, preserving his fourth shutout.

The goal scorers included James Wisniewski, Ryan Johansen, Matt Calvert and Marian Gaborik, providing Columbus to move closer to eighth-place Detroit in the Western Conference by two points.

The Jackets have played San Jose twice in Columbus this season and has won two games by an aggregate score of 10-2 (6-2, 4-0).

THREE STARS OF THE GAME

* Sergei Bobrovsky, Goalie, CBJ: Showed why he is up for the Vezina Trophy as the NHL’s top goaltender.

* Marian Gaborik, LW, CBJ: The team’s new Rick Nash scored a goal and an assist.

* Matt Calvert, LW, CBJ: Set the game’s tone with the first goal of the game using his speed.

 

Blue Jackets beat Wild on Umberger’s short-handed goal, 3-2

Usually when the Blue Jackets have a goal that is under review whether it’s their own or the opponents, the worst is expected. That the goal will go against the team.

Saturday night, they got one to go their way.

R.J. Umberger’s short-handed goal with a little more than nine minutes remaining in the game, gave the Blue Jackets a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Wild in St. Paul, Minnesota.

R.J. Umberger (megasportsnews.com)

Brett Burns had a power-play goal, Cal Clutterbuck also scored for Minnesota, and Martin Havlat aided with two assists. Niklas Backstrom (1-2-1) made 22 saves.

Columbus took a 1-0 lead 13:34 into the game when Derek Dorsett scored his first goal of the season. Dorsett pushed in a rebound of a shot from the left circle by Kris Russell.

The Blue Jackets took a 2-1 lead at 9:33 of the second period. forward Derick Brassard found Derek MacKenzie wide open just to the right of Backstrom. MacKenzie fired the puck into the net.

Minnesota, who entered the contest as the NHL’s most efficient team on the power play this season, tied the game at 2 on an even-strength goal. Clutterbuck knocked in the rebound of Havlat’s shot with 3:17 left in the second period.

The goal was the Wild’s second 5-on-5 goal of the season and its first in 218 minutes of game action. Minnesota’s only other 5-on-5 goal came in the first period of their opener against Carolina in Finland.

GAME NOTES:

* The crowd of 17,336 fans was the first non-capacity crowd for a regular-season game in franchise history. The team had announced during the preseason that its sellout streak had ended.

* The Minnesota Wild has announced its all-First Decade team:

Forwards Andrew Brunette, Marian Gaborik and Mikko Koivu.

Defensemen were Nick Schulz and Brent Burns with the goalie being Niklas Backstrom.

compiled from staff, Columbus Blue Jackets & Minnesota Wild news