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Gavrikov, Blue Jackets defeat Flyers for the second time in the week

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columbus – Vladislav Gavrikov Scored at 3:14 into overtime, the Columbus Blue Jackets recovered to win 5-4 over the Philadelphia Flyers at Nationwide Arena on Tuesday.

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Gavrikov won it when he finished a 3-on-1 rush with Igor Chinakov And the Cole Selinger One timer from the bottom right facing circle. Each of his two goals this season has come in extra time.

It was 3 on 1 f [I] “I didn’t know what it was exactly,” Gavrikov said [Chinakhov] You would, but I only had one choice. If I get the puck, I have to shoot.”

Video: PHI @CBJ: Gavrikov takes advantage of a game of tic-tac-toe in overtime

Bon Jenner scored twice, and Eric Robinson He had a goal and an assist for the Blue Jackets (5-9-1), who have been 2-0-1 in their past three games, including defeating the Flyers for the second time in less than a week (a 5-2 win on Nov. 10).

Elvis Mrzelkins He allowed two goals on 17 shots before leaving the game in the second period with an undisclosed injury. replaced with Jonas Corbesalowho made 18 saves.

“You get five of your six points here in three games, it’s a good period with the injury buildup,” said Columbus coach Brad Larsen. “We lost ourselves a bit in the second half there, especially in the last 10-12 minutes, but we pulled ourselves together.”

Kevin HayesAnd the Noah Keats And the Travis Konicney Each of them had a purpose and help, and Carter Hart He made 28 saves for the Flyers (7-6-3), who lost four straight tackles (0-3-1).

Philadelphia recovered from a two-goal deficit to win the extra time point.

“We’ve been pretty much struggling all year,” said Hayes. “You don’t want to score two goals. But it’s good to know there’s no withdrawal in this room. We all believe together we can score a goal.”

Sean Corally He gave Columbus a 1-0 lead at 12:36 of the first period when his shot from the right circle deflected the stick of a Philadelphia defender. Justin Brown.

“We scored four goals tonight and we’re still losing,” Flyers coach John Tortorella said. “The first period we didn’t play well, but we were better in the second.”

Video: PHI @ CBJ: Jenner scores PPG to take a 2-0 lead in the second

Jenner made it 2-0 at 5:36 of the second period, redirecting the pass Johnny Goudreau On power play.

Hayes cut it to 2-1 at 8:54 with one timer in the hole off a pass from behind the net by Konecny.

Kites tied the game at 2-2 at 12:16, ending the match at 2-1 Zack McQueen. Merzlikins left the match after the goal.

“This comeback and these points we can use, but if we play high, play with confidence, play simple like we do when we are in good spells, and be more consistent, we are going to be really tough,” Keats said.

Video: PHI @ CBJ: Jenner and Robinson score 13 seconds apart

Jenner put the Blue Jackets ahead 3-2 at 3:22 of the third period on a breakaway.

Robinson scored after 13 seconds to extend the lead to 4-2.

“They got paid multiple times,” Jenner said. “We went up twice and then they come back and tie the score. It will happen, but it’s a good way to stay with him and find a way to win.”

Nick Seller He brought the Flyers back to inside 4-3 at 4:58 when his shot from the top left circle was deflected off Sillinger’s stick.

Konecny ​​fumbled a rebound on a power play to tie it 4-4 at 9:14.

“I thought our strong play was better tonight,” said Tortorella. “He scored a goal to get us a point. As we’ve talked about throughout the year, it helped us get some points, and we got at least one goal in the game.”

Video: PHI @ CBJ: Konecny’s Knot Game with PPG on III

Notes: Larsen did not have an update on Merzlikins. … Blue Jackets Defender Jake Bean He left with an upper body injury at 7:56 of a second. In the win against the Flyers last Thursday, Defense Zach Verensky (shoulder) f Eric Goodbranson (upper body) with both injured, and Nick Blankenberge He ended the match with a broken ankle. … Jenner’s second goal was his 150th in the NHL. He is the third player to reach the mark with the Blue Jackets, joining Rick Nash (289) and Cam Atkinson (213). … Konecny ​​has 10 points (three goals and seven assists) over seven straight.

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