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Sam Gagner credits Carolina on making the Blue Jackets earn the win

Sam Gagner credits Carolina on making the Blue Jackets earn the win

Sam Gagner knew Carolina would pose a tough matchup, credits then for a hard fought game.
Columbus Dispatch Jan 2, 2017

NHL | Blue Jackets: This is no ordinary fourth line

ST. PAUL, Minn. — John Tortorella was extolling the work of the Scott Hartnell-Lukas Sedlak-Sam Gagner line Saturday afternoon when he stopped himself in mid-thought.

Hard To Define, The Hartnell-Sedlak-Gagner Line Produces For CBJ

ST. PAUL, Minnesota – John Tortorella was extolling the work of the Scott Hartnell-Lukas Sedlak-Sam Gagner line Saturday afternoon when he stopped himself in mid thought. “If you look at the fourth line – I mean if you want to call it that – I don’t even call it that anymore,” the Blue Jackets coach said. Tortorella, a leader consumed with the idea of franchise identity, isn’t sure what to make of this opportunistic, hard to define trio. If you judge them strictly on ice time they qualify as the Blue Jackets’ fourth line. But how many fourth lines feature two players getting...
The Cannon Dec 24, 2016
Recap: Blue Jackets 2 Canadiens 1

Recap: Blue Jackets 2 Canadiens 1

Social media night and #MoreHugs Columbus, off of an emotional and thrilling win against the Penguins on Thursday night, got to turn around and get right back after it, welcoming Atlantic division leaders Montreal to the confines of Nationwide Arena. On social media night, many members of the Cannon were present (Stinerman and his wife, Ryan and friends, ladyfriend and I) and we were treated to ... a hockey game. Sam Gagner scored on the power play, Brandon Saad buried another, and the Blue Jackets rode Sergei Bobrovsky hard to eke the win out. This was an ugly game. It was apparent to...
Rotoworld Dec 23, 2016

Sam Gagner scores in win over Habs - Sam Gagner (C) Columbus Blue Jackets

Sam Gagner scored a power play goal in Friday's 2-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
Yahoo! Fantasy Hockey Dec 21, 2016
NHL Year in Review: The most surprising players of 2016

NHL Year in Review: The most surprising players of 2016

If we could put an entire team on here, it’d be without a doubt the Columbus Blue Jackets. As of Tuesday, the Blue Jackets were four points out of first place in the entire NHL and on the league’s current longest win streak of nine games. It’s hard to be surprised that Sergei Bobrovsky has bounced back the way he has, but no one predicted Sam Gagner leading the Blue Jackets with 13 goals.

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