COLUMBUS, Ohio – Cam Atkinson Columbus is a fair roll for Blue Jackets.
Atkinson won the sixth straight game and Blue Jackets won Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 on Friday at the Metropolitan Division.
Josh Anderson He scored two goals Markus Hannikainen Also, Blue Jackets missed 4-2 with Toronto on Monday. Sergei Bobrovsky 32 stayed yesterday for his eighth victory.
Atkinson advanced to Columbus (13-7-2) in the second half at 4:14 p.m. He picked up a stream from the blue line Alexander Wennberg Andersen knocked the ball between the circles.
Atkinson has scored eight goals and four times in a row. Geoff Sanderson is a shameless record for the franchise season in the 2002-03 season.
Toronto rolled the match for the first time, from October 29 to November 1. Four out of four and eight eight wins on Wednesday before losing 5-2 in Carolina.
Ron Hainsey Kasperi Kapenen won the Maples Leafs (15-8-0) Frederik Andersen stop 20 shots.
Anderson got Blue Jackets on board 3:55 when he first entered Boone Jenner On the left side of Andersen, Columbus passed the first set of the game.
Anders scored in the first quarter of the season and won 2-0 at Andersen's puck.
"We wanted to get the most out of it," Anderson said. "There was a rumor, they came out too fast, they were very good down. They were a little bit of D. We need to find a way to win at night, and we did that."
Maple Leafs then rallied. Haindown scored the first goal in the third place of Bobrovsky's season, and Kapenen scored the second at 2:58 in the second, Jenner's neutral pitcher Jenner slid and Bobrovsky beat the tenth.
"This has been a good road game as we have done little by little, be honest with you," said Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock. "We thought our boys were good. We turned the puck into the first goal, and then his fourth goal, so you can not do that. The bottom line is we played hard, we acted fast.
"We did not get any points and they did it, which is what sometimes goes."
Hannikainen scored 4-2 with the second quarter of the season 3:35.
NOTES: Toronto D Igor Ozhiganov He achieved his first NHL point when Hainsey's goal was back in the first half.
Maple Leafs: Philadelphia Friday Saturday.
Blue Jackets: Visit Pittsburgh on Saturday.