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Rangers vs. Blue Jackets

Rangers vs. Blue Jackets

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(Credit: Getty Images / Kirk Irwin) Nick Foligno of the Columbus Blue Jackets trips Chris Kreider of the New York Rangers during the third period on Jan. 7, 2017 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.(Credit: Getty Images / Kirk Irwin) Sam Gagner of the Columbus Blue Jackets skates off of the ice as Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers is congratulated by his teammates at the end of the game on Jan. 7, 2017 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.(Credit: AP / Jay LaPrete) New York Rangers’ Michael Grabner, left, celebrates his game-winning goal against the Columbus Blue Jackets with teammates Jesper Fast, center, of Sweden, and Brady Skjei during the third period of an NHL game, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio.ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISE HERE(Credit: AP / Jay LaPrete) New York Rangers’ Michael Grabner, left, beats Columbus Blue Jackets’ Curtis McElhinney to score the game-winning goal during the third period of an NHL game, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio.

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John Tortorella letting his Blue Jackets have ‘fun’ — to a point

John Tortorella letting his Blue Jackets have ‘fun’ — to a point

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — John Tortorella always has stressed the importance of players being able to honestly assess themselves.That goes for most coaches, but him in particular.It seems that at age 58 and in his 14th season behind an NHL bench, the current Blue Jackets coach and former Rangers head man is able to honestly evaluate himself.Because in reflecting Saturday morning on his team’s 16-game winning streak that ended in Washington on Thursday, just one shy of the NHL record established by the 1992-93 Penguins, he touched on himself and could not have been more spot on.

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Preview: Blue Jackets vs. Flyers

Preview: Blue Jackets vs. Flyers

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SETTING THE STAGE: If the Blue Jackets ever needed and/or wanted to get back on the ice for a game, it will be hard to top their anticipation for this one.Less than 24 hours ago, they dropped a heartbreaker to the New York Rangers at Nationwide Arena.They held a 4-1 lead in the second period and played well enough to win, but the Rangers were quite opportunistic down the stretch and found the game-winning goal with 16.5 seconds remaining in the third period.Yes, it stung.

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Blue Jackets suffer second straight loss, fall 5-4 to Rangers

Blue Jackets suffer second straight loss, fall 5-4 to Rangers

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Columbus Blue Jackets have suffered their second straight loss after winning 16 in a row.Columbus led for most of the game against the New York Rangers, but a three goal third period by the Rangers put them over the top with a 5-4 win over Columbus.Columbus hosts the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday with little margin for error in the stacked Metropolitan Division.For the past five weeks, the Blue Jackets were defined by a winning streak that fell one short of the 1992-93 Pittsburgh PenguinsNHL record.

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Capitals end Blue Jackets winning streak at 16 games

Capitals end Blue Jackets winning streak at 16 games

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Five players scored, Braden Holtby had a 29-save shutout and the Washington Capitals (24-9-5, 53 points) halted the winning streak of the Columbus Blue Jackets (27-6-4, 58 points) at 16 games, one shy of the NHL record set by the 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins (17-0-0, March 9-April 10, 1993).* John Carlson (1-1-2), Nate Schmidt (1-1-2) and Evgeny Kuznetsov (0-2-2) led the offense for Washington, which is 11-2-3 in its past 16 games and has won four in a row.* Holtby earned his fourth shutout of the season, tied for second in the NHL.Three have come in his past 12 appearances, dating to Dec. 5 (7-2-2, 1.74 goals-against average, .938 save percentage).

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