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Topic - Nathan Horton
The Columbus Blue Jackets wanted their last home game in a month to be memorable.
In a game in which both teams badly needed a win to stay in the playoff picture, Jason Spezza did what captains do.
Relentless is the word Columbus forward Brandon Dubinsky chose to describe the surging Blue Jackets' style of play.
Matt Calvert and Brandon Dubinsky each had a goal and assist to lead the Columbus Blue Jackets to a team-record eighth-straight win - and the longest active streak in the league - with a 5-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night in the franchise's 1,000th game.
R.J. Umberger scored twice to lead the Columbus Blue Jackets to their franchise-record seventh straight win, a 5-3 victory Tuesday night over the Los Angeles Kings.
It's been so much fun winning their past seven games, the Columbus Blue Jackets don't want to quit now.
Almost none of the 14,070 fans on hand knew that Mark Letestu scored the game-winning goal for the Columbus Blue Jackets.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — By the end, a crowd of 16,008 was chanting his nickname.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Columbus Blue Jackets were excited that Matt Calvert — their pesty, pesky forechecking forward — was close to returning from a shoulder injury.
Jaromir Jagr is still available. So is goalie Tim Thomas, who continues exploring whether to make a comeback after taking a season off.
Jaromir Jagr wants to extend his NHL career, and his agent said some teams are "very interested" in his 41-year-old client.
Daniel Alfredsson bolted from the Ottawa Senators to sign with the Detroit Red Wings, sensing that was the best move he could make in his drive to win a championship before his career ends.
The puck has dropped on NHL free agency with a two-day negotiating window before players _ other than those whose contracts were recently bought out _ can sign Friday.
If Nathan Horton is unable to play in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals, the Boston Bruins think Tyler Seguin will be a more than adequate replacement.
Boston Bruins forward Nathan Horton will play in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night, three days after he left the series opener with an injury.
"We're on a roll, but we're not where we want to be," Horton said. "We want to get back in the playoffs and stay there. We needed a winning streak; now we need to keep the thing going."
"We showed some character coming back," said Horton, a free-agent signing from Boston last summer who missed the first 40 games for his new team while recovering from shoulder surgery. "That's what we needed when we needed it most."