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Topic - Ryan Johansen
In the dressing room after Brandon Dubinsky's late goal forced overtime, Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nick Foligno half-jokingly said he'd get the winner.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are looking forward to their second playoff appearance in franchise history.
Over their 13 seasons, the Columbus Blue Jackets have wilted at the finish a lot of times.
For more than 60 minutes, the Columbus Blue Jackets just couldn't manage to give their power-play unit a chance.
Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard felt the deciding goal shouldn't have counted in the Red Wings' 4-2 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday night.
Columbus was a little faster to the puck than Montreal all night. The Blue Jackets, though, couldn't take advantage of their opportunities until late in the third period.
On a night when each goalie was at the top of his game, it took a video review to decide the winner.
The talk in the San Jose locker room was about the save at the end of regulation that got them one point. Backup goalie Alex Stalock followed that by improving to 3-0 in shootouts in his career and not allowing a goal in 10 attempts to help get the other point.
Andrew Shaw stopped a long scoring drought. Jonathan Toews had another big game. The Chicago Blackhawks had 13 players with at least one point.
John McCarthy and Tommy Wingels sent the San Jose Sharks into a nearly three-week Olympic break on a winning note.
For a team that once appeared almost invincible at home - and dominated the NHL for two full months - the Anaheim Ducks suddenly have slipped into mediocrity.
Ryan Johansen scored twice and Derek MacKenzie, Brandon Dubinsky and Cam Atkinson also had goals to lead the Blue Jackets to a 5-2 victory over the Washington Capitals on Thursday night, ending a three-game losing skid.
Ryan Johansen has become the young Columbus Blue Jackets' most promising player.
It's been so much fun winning their past seven games, the Columbus Blue Jackets don't want to quit now.
"I don't think anybody in this room would say they're uncomfortable going into the next game," Blue Jackets forward Ryan Johansen said. "Like we've been saying, all the guys, we believe we can get this done."
"I didn't get a good look but, you know what, I trust Marc," he said. "For a puck to come out like that, I'm sure it had to take a bounce or some kind of a weird hop."