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Columbus Dispatch Mar 12, 2015

Blue Jackets 3, Red Wings 1: Sergei Bobrovsky, Jackets in control

Fedor Tyutin, Scott Hartnell and Cam Atkinson scored for the Blue Jackets, and Sergei Bobrovsky had 41 saves in a 3-1 win over the Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena.
Columbus Dispatch Mar 11, 2015

Blue Jackets' Sergei Bobrovsky explains outburst

Sergei Bobrovsky’s actions near the end of the first period on Tuesday at Carolina were — all agreed — wholly understandable. But it’s still an affront to the unwritten code of hockey when a goaltender shows up a teammate — in this case, defenseman Dalton Prout — after a breakdown that leads to a goal.
The Cannon Mar 11, 2015

Sergei Bobrovsky's outburst: A passionate play or problematic?

Do you have a problem with the goaltender's display of frustration? In last night's game against Carolina, Sergei Bobrovsky displayed some real frustration after letting up a goal high from the point. Take a look: You don't see bad body language from Sergei Bobrovsky very often. https://t.co/A6nXQ0PB8r — The Goalie Guild (@TheGoalieGuild) March 10, 2015 My first thought was that I love seeing guys get fired up - within reason - and this certainly felt reasonable. But then I read this tweet: A big no-no for a goaltender to show frustration like that. #CBJ G Sergei Bobrovsky looked...
Columbus Dispatch Mar 10, 2015

Blue Jackets 4, Hurricanes 3, SO: Sergei Bobrovsky's outburst rallies Jackets

With a tilt of the head toward the heavens and a slam of his stick to the ice, Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky summed up a lost season in all of three seconds on Tuesday night. Bobrovsky’s out-of-character outburst came immediately after Carolina captain Eric Staal, unchecked in front of the net, scored the third of three Hurricanes goals in the first period of a 4-3 Blue Jackets shootout victory in front of 10,418 at PNC Arena.
Washington Post Mar 3, 2015

Caps Insider: Capitals at Blue Jackets: Game 63 discussion thread

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Tuesday night at Nationwide Arena, the Washington Capitals (34-20-10, 78 points) and Columbus Blue Jackets (26-32-4, 56 points) meet for the fifth and final time this season, having reached the other side of the trade deadline and staring at the home stretch. Both sides have posted 2-1-1 records thus far in the series, but will converge after traveling wildly different paths. Still gashed by injury — most recently losing Brandon Dubinsky to a concussion — and briefly fueled by the return of stalwart goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, the Blue Jackets sit one point...
Columbus Dispatch Feb 28, 2015

Blue Jackets notebook: Sergei Bobrovsky returns, but Brandon Dubinsky out

The Blue Jackets got some good news yesterday when goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky came off the ice after a morning practice and said he was well enough to return to the bench for a game against the New Jersey Devils at Nationwide Arena. But center Brandon Dubinsky was diagnosed with a concussion after practice on Friday and is out indefinitely, coach Todd Richards said.

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