The Columbus Blue Jackets take down the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 in a reverse of their loss on Monday by the same score to the Leafs.
Anderson then would bury a second goal minutes later batting the puck out of the air giving the Jackets a familiar 2-0 lead over the same Toronto Maple Leafs the Jackets visited on Monday night.
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On Monday, the Jackets would go on to blow this lead in the third period for a 4-2 loss. The Jackets would once again repeat this by giving up 2 goals, one in the first and one early in the second, tying the game at 2-2 for the second straight outing.
Cam Atkinson would go on to score shorthanded to give the Jackets a 3-2 lead before the start of the third period. The Jackets would never look back as Markus Hannikenin and Artemi Panarin both had a part in a spectacular goal to give the Jackets a 4-2 lead which would never be given up by the Columbus squad.
Bobrovsky looked solid tonight, and while the defense looked shaky in the second period, the offense and Bob were able to do enough to stop a repeat of Monday. The Jackets take on Pittsburgh tonight, on the same night as Ohio State’s rivalry night vs. Xichigan.
Pittsburgh sits at the bottom of the Metropolitan Division, and the Jackets hope to take advantage of the Penguins while they’re down.