nted "boom" scoring spurts less than 1 1/2 minutes int

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nted "boom" scoring spurts less than 1 1/2 minutes int

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - It was a similar game — only with the Columbus Blue Jackets on the winning side — less than 48 hours later. Artem Anisimov scored a short-handed goal late in the second period and special teams provided four goals in the Blue Jackets 6-3 win over the Florida Panthers on Saturday. In a disappointing 5-2 loss at New Jersey on Thursday night, the Blue Jackets fell behind 3-0, giving up two early power-play tallies, and then allowed a short-handed goal in the final minute of the second period. Fast forward to Saturday, when their power play clicked and Anisimov scored with his team a man down. "When we go to the locker room ... huge momentum for us," Anisimov said of his goal with 10 seconds left in the period with the game tied at 3. "Every goal you score in the last minute is huge for the team." With the Panthers on the power play after Derek MacKenzie went off for a high stick, Anisimov created the goal with hard work. He skated from the left boards, behind the net and to the far wall to force a turnover by Jonathan Huberdeau. The Russian Olympian then skated with the puck to the crease past defenceman Tom Gilbert, got goalie Scott Clemmensen to go for a fake with the backhand and then scored on the forehand. "The Russian air was good for him," joked Nick Foligno, who added one of two empty-net goals. "Hes come back flying. When youre playing against elite players like that it gives you a ton of confidence." Columbus, which had lost its past three, couldnt afford another effort as they had against the Devils. Anisimovs goal charged up his teammates and the crowd. "I didnt realize it was such a great play until I saw the replays," coach Todd Richards said. "That got the energy back for us." David Savard, Cam Atkinson and R.J. Umberger added power-play goals — the Blue Jackets were 3 for 4 with the man advantage — while Jack Johnson had three assists. Savard also had an assist. Foligno, playing in his 450th NHL game, collected his 200th career point on his goal. Matt Calvert added another empty-netter. Sergei Bobrovsky wasnt tested much, making 17 saves, but had a couple of big stops with the outcome still in doubt. Shawn Mathias and Nick Bjugstad each had a goal and an assist and Sean Bergenheim also scored for the Panthers, who lost their fourth in a row and have dropped seven of eight. The Panthers, last in the NHL on both special teams, failed to kill five consecutive penalties over two games including the first three against the Blue Jackets. Coach Peter Horachek was seething. "Special teams stink!" he said. "Those guys arent taking their responsibility for the penalty killing. ... There were individuals who let everybody else down." Forward Brad Boyes was also disgusted. "Its a broken record," he said of the special teams lapses. "Its killing us." James Wisniewskis hard shot from the top of the right circle handcuffed Clemmensen, who finished with 31 saves, with Umberger there to jam in the rebound on the power play at the 7:42 mark for the first. After Scott Gomez went off for interference soon after, the Blue Jackets scored with just one second left in the power play when Savards wrister from the right point was redirected by Atkinson. Johnson, whose whiff on a power-play shot from the point resulted in a costly short-handed goal in Thursdays loss, assisted on both goals. The Panthers countered late in the period when Wisniewskis pass went right to Matthias who tucked a shot inside the near post on Bobrovsky. Bjugstad won a puck battle with 20-year-old defenceman Ryan Murray at the blue line and then coasted in with plenty of room to move, eventually deking Bobrovsky to the ice before lifting a backhand for his 14th to tie it. Savard then carried the puck from the right boards unimpeded to the slot where he flipped a backhand past Clemmensen but 40 seconds later Bergenheim converted a rebound. That set the stage for Anisimovs big play. Notes: D Fedor Tyutin, expected to be out two to three weeks with an ankle injury suffered while playing with the Russian Olympic team, missed his second game for the Blue Jackets. ... The Panthers were opening a three-game road trip; they play at the Islanders on Sunday, then at Boston on Tuesday. Joe Young Jersey . Just ask last seasons Supporters Shield winners, the New York Red Bulls, who were resoundingly defeated last weekend by a rampant Vancouver Whitecaps in a match which produced two contenders for MLS Goal of the Week from Sebastian Fernandez and Pedro Morales. Paul George Jersey . "Youre next." Hardly. Iguodala tormented his former team with a game better than any he ever played in eight seasons with the 76ers. http://www.authenticbasketballshoppacer ... rs-jersey/. Although taking two of three from the Baltimore Orioles wasnt nearly as uplifting as winning the World Series, it still felt pretty darn good. Felix Doubront and four relievers combined kept Baltimores potent lineup in check, and David Ortiz had three of Bostons 12 hits off Wei-Yin Chen in a 4-3 victory Thursday night. Lance Stephenson Jersey . -- Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer, Colby Rasmus drove in two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 9-4 on Saturday. Cory Joseph Jersey . Like a magic trick, the puck popped out behind Stalock in the San Jose net. While Sharks coach Todd McLellan decried the legality of the tiebreaking goal, the Los Angeles Kings celebrated their latest, greatest escape yet.LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Kevin Ware needed just 17 seconds to show Louisville fans he can still play. Ware, the sentimental figure during the Cardinals title run last season, scored Friday night on the first touch of his official return since shattering his leg during last seasons NCAA tournament. The third-ranked Cardinals posted a school-record 19th straight win while welcoming back Ware in a 99-54 victory over Cornell. Ware, who played in an exhibition this season before sitting out Louisvilles first two games, entered with 14:06 left in the first half. He split defenders on a drive to cap a 20-point run that made it 22-2. "I was pretty upset at myself that I didnt dunk that one," Ware said. "I thought the big man would jump so I was looking for the contact. Im just glad that Im playing and just understanding myself again." Ware finished with five points and had two rebounds in 13 minutes. "Hes obviously not afraid to take it to people," Louisville coach Rick Pitino said. "He looked good out there." Wares first game action since his injury came in a Nov. 6 exhibition, 220 days after the lower bone in his right leg came through his skin after a spill in the NCAA tournament. Ware didnt play three days later against College of Charleston as Pitino said the 6-foot-2 sophomore was "still limping a bit" and planned to keep in him on the bench until he recovered. "I didnt feel it, but even my mom and my sisters who came to that practice were telling me that I was limping," said Ware, who also missed Tuesdays win against Hofstra. "At the time I was denying it completely like, Nah, Im fine, Im going to play, but Coach knew what he was doing." Ware showed his athleticism on a rebound he took all the way for a pretty left-handed finish to give Louisville a 39-11 lead with 6:24 remaining in the opening half. Wayne Blackshear led the Cardinals (3-0) with 20 points, hitting 4 of 5 3-pointers. Channe Behanan added 13 points and 12 rebounds.dddddddddddd Nolan Cressler scored 10 points for Cornell (0-4). The Cardinals broke the school record for consecutive wins set by the champion 1979-80 team. Louisville won 16 straight in taking its third title last season. This win marked the 1,700th victory in the programs 100th season. Louisville ranks 12th on the all-time win list. Cornell lost to a Top 10 for the second time in seven days, having fallen at Syracuse 82-60 after leading by 14 early in the game. "Youre going against the best teams in America, so you kind of get a barometer of where you may be as a program and as a group," Cornell coach Bill Courtney said. "Our team is so young that were still trying to figure ourselves out." Louisville forward Luke Hancock said the Big Reds fast start against the Orange was a factor in the teams preparation. "The fact that they played so well the first-half against Syracuse, it made us pretty nervous and made us on our toes," said Hancock, who finished with 12 points. A problem with the lights at the KFC Yum! Center caused a 15-minute delay prior to the start of the game. After that, it was all Louisville. Tied at 2, Louisville unleashed the latest of its patented "boom" scoring spurts less than 1 1/2 minutes into the game. Guards Russ Smith and Chris Jones helped the Cardinals score 12 straight points. That forced Cornell to take a timeout, down 14-2 with 16:08 remaining in the half. Two Louisville steals that led to dunks followed, forcing another timeout. Louisville erupted for a 35-2 run in Tuesday nights 97-69 win over Hofstra and closed its opening win against College of Charleston by scoring 22 of the games final 25 points. The Big Red used 15 players in the first half in an attempt to find any sort of success. 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