Sports Artemi Panarin scores OT winner as Blue Jackets come back to beat Capitals

06:57  13 april  2018
06:57  13 april  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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a hockey game in the snow: Columbus' Artemi Panarin celebrates his game-winning goal with Cam Atkinson during overtime of the Blue Jackets' 4-3 win in Game 1 against the Washington Capitals on Thursday.© Nick Wass/The Associated Press Columbus' Artemi Panarin celebrates his game-winning goal with Cam Atkinson during overtime of the Blue Jackets' 4-3 win in Game 1 against the Washington Capitals on Thursday.

Artemi Panarin scored 6:02 into overtime to give the Columbus Blue Jackets a 4-3 victory over the Washington Capitals on Thursday night in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.

Panarin made an incredible individual move to drive by fellow Russian Dmitry Orlov and went backhand-to-forehand to beat Philipp Grubauer top shelf.

Game 2 is Sunday night in Washington.

Alexander Wennberg, Thomas Vanek and Seth Jones scored in regulation, and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 27 shots for Columbus, which got two power-play goals to continue a strong trend since the trade deadline.

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Jackets stun Leafs with 3rd-period comeback and OT win. Artemi Panarin scored in overtime as the Columbus Blue Jackets came from behind to beat the Toronto 2:23. "Those kind of wins make good atmosphere in the locker-room, lots of energy, lots of happiness," said the 2017 Vezina Trophy winner .

TORONTO (AP) — Columbus goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky had a hard time holding back his smile after a come -from-behind victory over Toronto. Artemi Panarin scored 3:11 into overtime to help the Blue Jackets overcome a two-goal deficit and beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 on Monday night.

Wennberg left the game with an upper-body injury in the third period and didn't return. Jones, son of former NBA player Popeye Jones, drew a penalty late in the third period, almost put the puck in his own net and tied it on the ensuing power play with 4:26 left in regulation to send the game to overtime.

Washington got two power-play goals from Evgeny Kuznetsov on Josh Anderson's five-minute major penalty for boarding Michal Kempny and an even-strength goal on the rush in the third period by Devante Smith-Pelly. Grubauer, who got the nod to start over 2016 Vezina Trophy-winning goaltender Braden Holtby, made 23 saves in his second career playoff start.

Only one team spent less time short-handed this season than Columbus, but first-period penalties put pressure on a penalty-killing unit that ranked 30th on the road. The Blue Jackets killed off two minor penalties, but a major called on Josh Anderson turned the game.

Tortorella: Blue Jackets 'laid an egg' in Game 4

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Artemi Panarin scored 3:11 into overtime to help the Blue Jackets overcome a two-goal deficit and beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 on Monday Columbus scored twice in the final 4:35 of the third period to set up Panarin ’s OT goal, when he took a pass off his skate and kicked it to his stick for the winner .

With 2:37 left in the first, Andersen boarded Capitals defenceman Michal Kempny and was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct. Kempny's head hit the glass, and he never returned, with the Capitals saying he'd be re-evaluated Friday.

Washington's skilled power play took advantage, with Kuznetsov scoring 19 seconds in on a shot that squeaked by Bobrovsky as T.J. Oshie crashed the net. The goal held up on the Blue Jackets' coach's challenge after the NHL's situation room determined Oshie didn't make any contact with Bobrovsky until the puck was already in the net.

Kuznetsov left no doubt on his second goal in 29 seconds, firing a laser from the left faceoff circle past his fellow countryman at 18:21 with Washington still on the power play. It was the shortest amount of time between two goals by the same player in Capitals franchise history since Larry Murphy scored two in 16 seconds in 1985.

Caps top Blue Jackets 4-1 to even series at 2 games each

  Caps top Blue Jackets 4-1 to even series at 2 games each Caps top Blue Jackets 4-1 to even series at 2 games eachCOLUMBUS, Ohio - Evgeny Kuznetsov had a goal and two assists, and Braden Holtby stopped 23 shots as the Washington Capitals beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-1 on Thursday night to even their playoff series at two games apiece.

Blue Jackets ' OT goal stands to complete comeback against Maple Leafs. Columbus Blue Jackets ' Artemi Panarin was in a helping mood Friday night, setting up every goal scored in the 5-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils.

Artemi Panarin scored in overtime as the Columbus Blue Jackets came from behind to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 on Monday in the only NHL game of the night.

Wennberg knocked out of game

Columbus, which coach John Tortorella conceded has "had some struggles killing penalties," wiped out the rest of Anderson's major penalty and then went to work 5-on-5. A broken play that included a bounce off Vanek's stick at centre ice helped the Blue Jackets cut Washington's lead to 2-1 at the 4:48 mark of the second when Boone Jenner found Wennberg for a tap-in goal on the rush.

A charging penalty on Tom Wilson that knocked Wennberg out of the game 1:18 into the second led Columbus to tie the score 13 seconds later when Pierre-Luc Dubois found Vanek in front for the power-play goal. On the next shift, Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno took a slap shot to the face and left with a trail of blood.

Before Foligno returned, the Capitals' third line gave them the lead 5:12 in when Jakub Vrana sucked in three defenders and fed Smith-Pelly, who fit the puck into a tiny space between Bobrovsky and the post.

Jones drew a tripping penalty on Andre Burakovsky late in the third period, then scored 39 seconds into the power play to tie the score at 3 with his first career playoff goal. It was an impressive showing for the son of former NBA player Popeye Jones, who played two of his 11 seasons in this building for the Washington Wizards.

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