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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- John McCarthy and Tommy Wingels sent the San Jose Sharks into a nearly three-week Olympic break on a winning note. McCarthy scored his first goal since 2010 and Wingels had the game-winner for the second straight night to help the Sharks beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-2 on Friday. "You feel the atmosphere now," San Jose captain Joe Thornton said. "Guys are excited for the break. Its always nice to win before things like this or Christmas. The guys will enjoy the break and come back ready to work for the second half." Patrick Marleau also scored for the Sharks, who won three of four following a three-game losing streak to reach the break in second place in the Pacific Division. Antti Niemi made 19 saves. The Sharks will be a different team when they next play Feb. 28 in Philadelphia, with the expected return of injured players Logan Couture, Raffi Torres, Matt Nieto and Tyler Kennedy. "Were 80 points at the Olympic break," coach Todd McLellan said. "We would have been probably pleased with that at the beginning of the season considering some of the players we lost over and throughout the year. We go into the break satisfied. Coming out of it we have work to do." McLellan also broke Darryl Sutters franchise record by coaching in his 435th game. He already is the franchise leader in wins with 257. Ryan Johansen and Boone Jenner scored for the Blue Jackets, who trail Philadelphia by one point for third place in the Metropolitan Division after losing tight games on consecutive nights in San Jose and Los Angeles. Sergei Bobrovsky made 44 saves. "Obviously, you dont want to go into a break with a loss but we have been playing great hockey the past few games," Johansen said. "The boys battled hard and we just fell a little short." Columbus got worn down in the third against the more-rested Sharks, especially on an extended shift early in the period that led to Wingels goal. With the Blue Jackets unable to change a tiring unit under relentless pressure from San Jose, Wingels knocked in a rebound of Jason Demers shot for his second goal in two games to make it 3-1. "The third goal was obviously the big one," Columbus coach Todd Richards said. "They had momentum at that point. If its a one-shot lead, its something we can do." Jenner scored midway through the period on Columbus second shot of the third when Johansen set him up following a turnover by Demers. Columbus took advantage of a San Jose turnover to get on the board 18 seconds into the second. Thorntons clearing attempt from the corner was knocked down just inside the blue line by Johansen, who quickly flipped a wrist shot past Niemi before he could react to cut the Sharks lead to 2-1. Bobrovsky, starting on back-to-back nights for the first time since the opening two games of the season, fell into a 2-0 hole less than halfway through the first period. McCarthy, who cleared waivers and was sent to the minors last week, made the most of his opportunity in his return after an injury to Nieto. McCarthy won an offensive zone faceoff against Brandon Dubinsky to start his second shift of the night and went straight toward the net. James Sheppard came up with the loose puck and fired a shot from the faceoff circle that deflected off McCarthys stick and past Bobrovsky for the opening goal. It was McCarthys first since Nov. 6, 2010, against Tampa Bay, ending a drought of 73 games. "Its been a long time and it felt really good to get one," McCarthy said. Marleau struck less than 5 minutes later with his first goal in seven games. Bobrovsky made a sprawling save to rob Brent Burns in front, but the rebound went to Scott Hannan at the point. He fired a slap shot that Marleau deflected for his 23rd goal. The Blue Jackets had their chances in the first period, but Johansen missed the net on an early breakaway and they failed to convert a pair of power-play chances. They also had an apparent goal waved off when Jenner knocked in a rebound with a high stick. NOTES: Referee Mike Hasenfranz left the game with an apparent injury, and the third period was played with only one referee. ... The Sharks lead the NHL with 60 goals in the first period. ... Demers returned to the lineup after missing three games with a lower-body injury. Jean-Gabriel Pageau Senators Jersey . This is the final meeting of the season between these teams.? The Capitals were 5-4 winners in a shootout Oct. Colin White Jersey . The third baseman whipped the ball across the diamond to second baseman Aaron Hill. He quickly tossed it to shortstop Chris Owings, who flipped over his shoulder to left fielder Cody Ross. http://www.senatorssale.com/authentic-bo...enators-jersey/. -- Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer will be out three to six weeks with a stress fracture of the third finger of his right hand. Dylan DeMelo Jersey . The 40-year-old midfielder was put in charge on Tuesday when David Moyes reign ended after 10 months with the defending champions in seventh place in the English Premier League. Brady Tkachuk Senators Jersey . Carey Price made 27 saves for Montreal (30-21-6) for his fourth shutout of the year and second in four games. David Desharnais added an empty netter for the Canadiens. Reto Berra stopped 25 shots for Calgary (21-28-7).LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- Tyler Wong scored his first-career hat trick and added two assists as the Lethbridge Hurricanes downed the visiting Saskatoon Blades 8-5 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action. Josh Derko scored twice for the Hurricanes (2-9-1), Russell Maxwell had a goal and two assists while Macoy Erkamps and Ryan Pilon each scored once. Graeme Craig scored once and set up three more for the Blades (6-6-2), Nikita Scherbak had a pair of goals and Nick Gomerich and Brett Stovin scored the others. Lethbridges Corbin Boes made 39 saves for the win. Alex Moodie stopped 18-of-22 shots in a losing cause. Moodie replaced Saskatoon starter Troy Trombley, who allowed three goals on 10 shots in 20 minutes of action. The Hurricanes went 3 for 5 on the power play while the Blades scored three times on five chances with the man advantage. --- WHEAT KINGS 6 TIGERS 3 BRANDON, Man. -- Curtis Honey stopped 43 shots as the Wheat Kings doubled up Medicine Hat. John Quenneville scored once and set up two more for Brandon (7-5-0) while Ryan Pulock, Jayce Hawryluk, Rihards Bukarts, Richard Nejezchleb and Braylon Shmyr had the others. Hunter Shinkaruk, Markus Eisenschmid and Jacob Doty supplied the scoring for the Tigers (7-2-2). Medicine Hats Daniel Wapple made 30 saves in defeat. --- ICE 4 OIL KINGS 3 EDMONTON -- Hudson Elynuik scored the eventual winner late in the third as Kootenay edged the Oil Kings. Collin Shirley, Jaedon Descheneau and Levi Cable also scored for the Ice (6-5-1) while Luke Philp chipped in with two assists. Mitchell Moroz, Curtis Lazar and Henrik Samuelsson scored for Edmonton (5-6-1). Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski made 28 saves for the win as Tyler Santos stopped 28 shots for the Oil Kings. --- PATS 4 WARRIORS 2 MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Dawson MacAuley stopped 37 shots as Regina jumped out to a four-goal lead en route to defeating the Warriors. Marc McCoy, Morgan Klimchuk, Dyson Stevenson and Connor Gay scored for the Pats (7-5-0) while Boston Leier had two assists. Colton McCarthy and Brayden Point scored for Moose Jaw (4-6-3). Justin Paulic made 28 saves for the Warriors. --- HITMEN 5 REBELS 2 RED DEER, Alta. -- Elliott Peterson scored twice and set up another as Calgary defeated the Rebels. Colby Harmsworth, Jaynen Rissling and Jake Virtanen also scored for the Hitmen (7-3-1). Red Deer (6-7-0) got goals from Connor Bleackley and Dominik Volek.dddddddddddd Calgarys Chris Driedger made 25 stops for the win as Rebels netminder Patrik Bartosak turned away 41 shots in defeat. --- SILVERTIPS 1 BLAZERS 0 EVERETT, Wash. -- Kohl Bauml scored the games only goal 13 seconds into the third period, lifting the Silvertips over Kamloops. Everetts (7-2-2) Austin Lotz stopped all 23 shots he faced for his third-career shutout. Blazers (6-6-2) defenceman Ryan Rehill was ejected in the second period after picking up a five-minute major for interference. Taran Kozun made 37 saves for Kamloops. --- ROCKETS 3 COUGARS 2 KELOWNA, B.C. -- Tyrell Goulbourne and Damon Severson scored 59 seconds apart in the second period as the Rockets slipped past Prince George. Tyson Baillie also scored for Kelowna (6-1-2). Chase Witala and Carson Bolduc scored for the Cougars (6-7-1). Rockets goaltender Jordon Cooke made 21 saves while Ty Edmonds stopped 33 shots for Prince George. --- THUNDERBIRDS 6 BRONCOS 3 KENT, Wash. -- Roberts Lipsbergs and Riley Sheen each had a goal and an assist to lead Seattle over Swift Current. Justin Hickman, Brandon Troock, Seth Swenson and Jared Hauf also scored for the Thunderbirds (9-3-1) and Shea Theodore had two assists. Julius Honka, Colby Cave and Codo Gordon recorded goals for the Broncos (6-6-1). Justin Myles made 25 saves for Seattle as Swift Currents netminder Landon Bow turned away 37 shots. --- ROYALS 4 CHIEFS 1 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Coleman Vollrath made 41 saves and Ben Walker scored the eventual winner as Victoria downed the Chiefs. Tyler Soy, Logan Fisher and Brandon Fushimi also scored for the Royals (9-6-0) while Austin Carroll tacked on two assists. Mike Aviani scored Spokanes (10-3-0) lone goal. Garret Hughson made 24 saves for the Chiefs. --- WINTERHAWKS 8 AMERICANS 1 KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Nicolas Petan and Boston Leier had a goal and two assists each as Portland crushed Tri-City. Chase De Leo scored twice for the Winterhawks (7-3-1) and Paul Bittner, Presten Kopeck, Keegan Iverson and Oliver Bjorkstrand had the others. Jessey Astles scored for the Americans (5-8-1). Portlands Brendan Burke made 28 saves for the win. Tri-Citys Eric Comrie took the loss after allowing five goals on 27 shots through two periods. Evan Sarthou started the third for the Americans and stopped 7-of-10 shots in relief. ' ' '

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