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COLUMBUS, Ohio - It was a similar game — only with the Columbus Blue Jackets on the winning side — less than 48 hours later. Cowboys Jerseys China . Artem Anisimov scored a short-handed goal late in the second period and special teams provided four goals in the Blue Jackets 6-3 win over the Florida Panthers on Saturday. In a disappointing 5-2 loss at New Jersey on Thursday night, the Blue Jackets fell behind 3-0, giving up two early power-play tallies, and then allowed a short-handed goal in the final minute of the second period. Fast forward to Saturday, when their power play clicked and Anisimov scored with his team a man down. "When we go to the locker room ... huge momentum for us," Anisimov said of his goal with 10 seconds left in the period with the game tied at 3. "Every goal you score in the last minute is huge for the team." With the Panthers on the power play after Derek MacKenzie went off for a high stick, Anisimov created the goal with hard work. He skated from the left boards, behind the net and to the far wall to force a turnover by Jonathan Huberdeau. The Russian Olympian then skated with the puck to the crease past defenceman Tom Gilbert, got goalie Scott Clemmensen to go for a fake with the backhand and then scored on the forehand. "The Russian air was good for him," joked Nick Foligno, who added one of two empty-net goals. "Hes come back flying. When youre playing against elite players like that it gives you a ton of confidence." Columbus, which had lost its past three, couldnt afford another effort as they had against the Devils. Anisimovs goal charged up his teammates and the crowd. "I didnt realize it was such a great play until I saw the replays," coach Todd Richards said. "That got the energy back for us." David Savard, Cam Atkinson and R.J. Umberger added power-play goals — the Blue Jackets were 3 for 4 with the man advantage — while Jack Johnson had three assists. Savard also had an assist. Foligno, playing in his 450th NHL game, collected his 200th career point on his goal. Matt Calvert added another empty-netter. Sergei Bobrovsky wasnt tested much, making 17 saves, but had a couple of big stops with the outcome still in doubt. Shawn Mathias and Nick Bjugstad each had a goal and an assist and Sean Bergenheim also scored for the Panthers, who lost their fourth in a row and have dropped seven of eight. The Panthers, last in the NHL on both special teams, failed to kill five consecutive penalties over two games including the first three against the Blue Jackets. Coach Peter Horachek was seething. "Special teams stink!" he said. "Those guys arent taking their responsibility for the penalty killing. ... There were individuals who let everybody else down." Forward Brad Boyes was also disgusted. "Its a broken record," he said of the special teams lapses. "Its killing us." James Wisniewskis hard shot from the top of the right circle handcuffed Clemmensen, who finished with 31 saves, with Umberger there to jam in the rebound on the power play at the 7:42 mark for the first. After Scott Gomez went off for interference soon after, the Blue Jackets scored with just one second left in the power play when Savards wrister from the right point was redirected by Atkinson. Johnson, whose whiff on a power-play shot from the point resulted in a costly short-handed goal in Thursdays loss, assisted on both goals. The Panthers countered late in the period when Wisniewskis pass went right to Matthias who tucked a shot inside the near post on Bobrovsky. Bjugstad won a puck battle with 20-year-old defenceman Ryan Murray at the blue line and then coasted in with plenty of room to move, eventually deking Bobrovsky to the ice before lifting a backhand for his 14th to tie it. Savard then carried the puck from the right boards unimpeded to the slot where he flipped a backhand past Clemmensen but 40 seconds later Bergenheim converted a rebound. That set the stage for Anisimovs big play. Notes: D Fedor Tyutin, expected to be out two to three weeks with an ankle injury suffered while playing with the Russian Olympic team, missed his second game for the Blue Jackets. ... The Panthers were opening a three-game road trip; they play at the Islanders on Sunday, then at Boston on Tuesday. Wholesale Cowboys Jerseys . Advancing to the Champions League quarterfinals should be a formality after Lionel Messi scored a penalty and Dani Alves added a late second to secure a commanding 2-0 advantage over City in the round of 16 on Tuesday. Cheap Dez Bryant Jersey . After a first half in which he thought "the lid was on the basket," the Toronto Raptors coach watched his squad mount a second half surge to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers 98-91. .A. Happ? Happs seven wins are second on the staff to Mark Buehrles 10. Win-loss record is an antiquated stat, sure, but win total is generally an indication of a pitchers ability to work deep into games, enough to be personally affected by the result.TORONTO a€“ The team president stood there at ice-level in a corridor just beyond the Air Canada Centre glass for the first 18 minutes or so of an opening period that did little to bring a smile to his face. Brendan Shanahans Maple Leafs were already in a three-goal pit at that point late in the first frame, well on their way a second straight loss to open the season. They were dominated by Sidney Crosby, Patric Hornqvist, Evgeni Malkin and company on this night, Pittsburgh scoring three power-play goals in a rout of all kinds at the Air Canada Centre. Particularly ineffective (and often without the puck) in the loss was the teams top line, which has been held off the score-sheet entirely at even-strength in the first two games. Again, we didnt play that great, said winger Phil Kessel following the 5-2 loss, which comes three days after a season opening defeat to Montreal. My line in particular we didnt get [expletive] done. Its two games in, but its unacceptable so far. Weve got to be better. Kessel had just one shot attempt all night and was eventually bumped from his normal spot on the right side with Tyler Bozak and James van Riemsdyk, all part of a shuffling in the third period by head coach, Randy Carlyle. The Leafs were stuck down three at that point a€“ trailing 4-1 a€“ but it was earlier in the night that Carlyle expected and needed some sort of response from Kessel and the teams top guns. Joffrey Lupul brought it to 3-1 early in the middle frame, but then with the Leafs on a power-play, Kessel was called for hauling down Brandon Sutter in the offensive zone a€“ his second minor penalty of the night. Power-play over. Momentum zapped. When the tide of the game swung so hard against our hockey club we didnt have much of a response, Carlyle said. You look to those big guys on your team to be able to grab it back for you and right now, in these two games, theyve had some difficulty doing that. The Penguins scored twice in a minute early in the opening period, including the third already this season from Crosby and his 21st in 29 career games against the Leafs. Pittsburgh would add two more with the man advantage, wreaking havoc with Torontos continued trips to the penalty box. They also dominated the possession battle at even-strength, emerging with 55 shot attempts to just 32 for the home side. Part of the problem, said Stephane Robidas afterward, was the amount of lost puck battles, even singling himself out on the Crosby goal. They were hungrier on the puck, he said. Its a tough one to swallow. Its not the way were supposed to play. Its not the way we wanted to play. The compete level has just got to come up another notch. Its definitely not good enough so far, Kessel concluded. Tonight was not a good enough performance by us. Me in particular I didnt have a good night again. Ill be better [Sunday]. Five Points 1. Top Line James van Riemsdyk tried to dance around Paul Martin at the Pittsburgh blue-line late in the second frame and was vanquished. Martin picked the puck free and then pinned van Riemsdyk and Torontos top line in the defensive zone for upwards of a minute. Its been that kind of start for van Riemsdyk, Kessel and Bozak, one thats seen the line spend more time defending than creating much of anything offensively. The unit has gone point-less at even-strength in the first two games, only Bozak finding the score-sheet with a pair of power-play goals. We just havent got the puck very much right now, said Kessel, who owned 30 per cent possession rating at even-strength. I dont think any of us have really touched it. Its a little sloppy. Weve been in our defensive zone a little too much and I dont know if either way when were out there were getting the puck that much. Its just all over the place you know. David Clarkson replaced Kessel alongside van Riemsdyk and Bozak in the final 20 minutes. Kessel, who played about 17 minutes, finished the night with Lupul and Nazem Kadri. 2. Compete Level Carlyle talked about compete level early and often last season and it appears he may have to visit that well again here soon. The Leafs altered their system in training camp a€“ including in defensive zone coverage and the neutral zone a€“ but Robidas, the 37-year-old veteran, said that had nothing to do with what took place against Pittsburgh. I dontt like to use excuses, said Robidas, who played just under 14 minutes. Cowboys Jerseys Authentic China. Its not a complicated system. Its just a matter of working and working as a unit of five. Thats what we didnt do. Youve got to win one-on-one battles. It doesnt matter which system youre playing, it doesnt matter which league youre in, if you dont win one-on-one battles youre not going to win too many games. The fifth Penguins goal in particular saw a series of Leafs a€“ Joffrey Lupul, Jake Gardiner and Nazem Kadri among them a€“ out-willed for the puck, Brandon Sutter eventually beating Kadri to the front of the goal. Robidas said it was unacceptable, additionally, that Crosby beat him to the puck on Pittsburghs second goal. Thats stuff that I cant personally do, he said. Thats something I need to focus on. 3. Bernier The opening two starts of Jonathan Berniers second season in Toronto have not gone to script. Bernier has allowed nine goals on 73 shots a€“ .877 save percentage a€“ including a pair that he needed to stop. Max Pacioretty scored on the Canadiens first shot Wednesday, sneaking one under the pad and then on Saturday it was Hornqvist scoring on the Penguins second shot, tucking it through the five-hole. Obviously you want to win every game and be sharp every night and I dont think Ive got my game yet, Bernier said afterward. James Reimer is likely to make his season debut at MSG on Sunday. 4. Hollands New Opportunity With no power-play minutes to go around, Peter Holland approached the coaching staff with another idea. He wanted an opportunity to kill penalties instead, something he hadnt done since he was in junior with the Guelph Storm. Two facets the head coach will be closely monitoring in regards to Hollands new duties is how he handles himself on the draw a€“ he went 2-0 in the opener a€“ and whether hes able and willing to clog shooting lanes and blocks shots. Those are the things were asking of Peter Holland, Carlyle said. For his part, Holland is not only keen on the added minutes, but on the potential scoring opportunities while shorthanded a€“ breakaways, odd-man rushes etc. 5. Richard Panik Debut Richard Panik scored the first goal of the Norfolk Admirals Calder Cup-clinching Game 4 at Ricoh Coliseum in early June 2012. And now the 23-year-old is back in Toronto as a member of the Leafs organization, claimed off waivers from the Lightning earlier this week. A second-round pick in 2009, Panik is a low-risk, high-upside type of get for the club, similar in some ways to the inexpensive one-year bets made on Mike Santorelli, David Booth, and Daniel Winnik in the offseason. Toronto was a little surprised to find him on the waiver wire given his age, size, and skill, but Tampa was crowded with forwards and ultimately failed in their attempt to sneak him through to Syracuse, their AHL affiliate. Were getting a guy that can make plays, said Carlyle of Panik, most of his exposure to the 6-foot-2 212 pounder coming during that AHL playoff series a couple years back. Hes a big strong kid. And hes got a skill-set that wouldnt designate him as a fourth-line hockey player. He can play higher than that in your lineup. The issue for Panik, Carlyle said, would be consistency. He initially teamed the Slovakian with Brandon Kozun and Holland, his former Guelph linemate. Over his past two NHL seasons a€“ 75 games a€“ Panik, who played eight minutes against the Penguins, tallied eight goals and 22 points. Stats-Pack 21 a€“ Goals for Sidney Crosby in 29 career games against Toronto. 0 a€“ Points in the opening two games by Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk. 55-32 a€“ Possession battle at even-strength on Saturday, favouring the visitors. 1 a€“ Shot attempt for Kessel in the loss. 9 a€“ Goals allowed by Jonathan Bernier in two starts this season. Special Teams Capsule PP: 2-5 Season: 37.5% PK: 2-5 Season: 57.1% Quote of the Night Again, we didnt play that great. My line in particular we didnt get [exceptive] done. Its two games in, but its unacceptable so far. Weve got to be better. -Phil Kessel, following a second straight poor performance to open the season. Up Next The Leafs get right back at it against the defending Eastern Conference champs in New York on Sunday a€“ their first of 18 back-to-backs this season. NFL Jerseys China ' ' '
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