Columbus, Ohio – Cam Atkinson It's pretty good for Columbus Blue Jackets.
Atkinson threw for the sixth straight game, and the Blue Jackets defeated Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 on Friday night to stay on top of the Metropolitan Division.
Josh Anderson had two goals and Markus Hannikainen He also helped the Blue Jackets to help with the loss of 4-2 in Toronto on Monday. Sergei Bobrovsky He stopped 32 shots for his eighth win.
Atkinson led Columbus (13-7-2) and scored a short goal in the 16th of the second. He took a bait from the blue line. Alexander Wennberg and made a shot from the circles of Andersen.
There are eight goals and four assists on the goal line of Atkinson. The goal-goal line is a shy of the franchise record set by Geoff Sanderson in the 2002-03 season.
For the first time since October 29 and November 29, Toronto has signed games. On Wednesday, Carolina lost eight of the 5-2 and eight of the eighth ranked Carolina.
Ron Hainsey and Casperian Maples Leafs (15-8-0) and Frederik Andersen Stopped 20 shots.
Anderson 3:55 forcing the Blue Jackets on board the first period. Boone Jenner On the left side of Columbus, Columbus' first shot was taken back on the first shot of the game.
Anderson found the first half of the season in the first half and made Andersen 2-0 on a bouncing round.
. We wanted to get out pretty hard, çıkmak Anderson said. "They came out so hard, they came out pretty fast. They played pretty well down. They were working a bit on our way. We had to find a way to win tonight, and we did that."
Maple Leafs then walked. Hainsey threw Bobrovsky at 4:16 pm for the third quarter of the season, and Kapenen slipped with a Jenner control in the neutral area and became Bobrovsky # 10.
Iz It was a road game, as we have played for some time, to be honest, gerekirse said Mike Babcock, manager of Maple Leafs. In I thought our guys were good, we closed the pack above the first goal, and then we reached the fourth goal, so you can't do that. We played the bottom line heavy, we played fast.
"We didn't and we did. It's going sometimes."
Hannikainen came in third in the 3:35 season.
NOTES: Toronto D Igor Ozhiganov He got his first NHL score first when he helped Hainsey's goal.
Maple Leafs: Philadelphia hosts Saturday.
Blue Jackets: Visit Pittsburgh on Saturday.