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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Just over a week after whipping NHL-leading Montreal 10-1, Columbus had its fans chanting We want 10! late in the second period Saturday night during another blowout. Vapormax Flyknit Noir Pas Cher .This one wasnt so satisfactory to coach John Tortorella, though.Sam Gagner scored twice, Nick Foligno got a goal and two assists and 13 Blue Jackets had at least a point, helping Columbus rout the St. Louis Blues 8-4.The Jackets demanding coach wasnt as enthused as the home crowd, instead calling out his teams defensive and physical mistakes.We shot the puck and it went in the net, Tortorella said. Its not going to happen that way that often. We need to understand how were playing, not what the score is. As far as the checking part of the game, as far as our sticks. A lot of the little things in the game. Were going to continue to work at that.Alexander Wennberg, Brandon Dubinsky, Markus Nutivaara, William Karlsson and Zach Werenski also scored for Columbus.The Blue Jackets rebounded from a tough loss Thursday night in Boston and have points in six of their last seven games (5-1-1), winning four straight at home. Cam Atkinson added a career-high four assists, and Brandon Saad, Scott Hartnell, Lukas Sedlak and Boone Jenner each had two.Foligno agreed with his coachs assessment, even after thumping a St. Louis team that played in the Western Conference finals last season.I still think weve got a lot to improve on in our game, he said. I didnt like some of our decisions. Its hard sometimes when you get up that fast. But Im not going to take anything away from the win. Its a big win at home.Sergei Bobrovksy, pulled in the first period against the Bruins, stopped 33 shots for the Jackets.Robby Fabbri scored twice and Vladimir Tarasenko and Kevin Shattenkirk also scored for St. Louis, which has lost three straight and five of seven.I think were in a spot right now where were a little dazed by the situation, Shattenkirk said. You look back at the last five or six years, we havent really had a run like this at all. Its new to us and we have to grow out of it. Its not fun. Its frustrating for everyone.Jake Allen stopped eight of 12 shots and was pulled early in the second period. Carter Hutton finished with 14 saves.St. Louis dormant offense finally showed up, but its goaltending was a no show. Tarasenko and David Perron had three assists, but the Blues lost their fourth consecutive on the road by a combined score of 22-7. All St. Louis goals came on the power play.Were not competing at the puck near hard enough and were not firm with it, St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. Thats a bad recipe. It doesnt matter what you do in the offensive zone if youre going to get beat one on one in your own zone.The Blue Jackets led 3-1 after the first period and 7-2 heading into the third.Gagner started it at 2:34 of the first, turning from behind the net and lifting a backhand shot inside the near post.Shattenkirk tied it three minutes later, finishing a rush.Just 8 second after that, Foligno put the Blue Jackets ahead, powering a snapshot off Allen at 6:43 for his sixth.Wennberg scored later in the first, and Gagner, Dubinsky, Nutivaara and Karlsson scored in the second for a 7-1 lead. Fabbri made it 7-2 late in the second.Tarasenko and Fabbri then sandwiched goals around Werenskis tally in the third.Game notes Dubinsky had missed the last two games with a lower-body injury. ... St. Louis and Columbus entered tied as the top penalty killing teams in the league. ... Fabbri played on the first line after being a healthy scratch Thursday in a loss to Nashville.UP NEXTBlues: Welcome Buffalo on Tuesday night to begin a three-game homestand.Blue Jackets: Play five of next six at home, including Washington on Tuesday night. Destockage Nike Vapormax . LOUIS -- Attorneys for the St. Site Vapormax Pas Cher . After taking two big hits this week -- losing at home and dropping back-to-back games for the first time all season -- Indiana struck back by playing its most complete game of the year. http:///...pormax-97-femme.html . -- Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings was selected Monday to his second straight Pro Bowl, while guard Kyle Long made it after a solid rookie season. CHICAGO -- As the Chicago White Sox conclude a fourth straight losing season, a couple of 23-year-olds provided some optimism for the future Friday night.Carlos Rodon tied an AL record by striking out the first seven batters and Tim Anderson finished a double shy of the cycle in a 7-3 victory over the Twins. It was Minnesotas 103rd loss, the most since the franchise moved from Washington in 1960.Rodon never gave them a chance.The lefty, the third overall pick in the 2014 draft, fanned Brian Dozier, Jorge Polanco and Robbie Grossman on sliders in the first. He got Miguel Sano on a fastball, Kennys Vargas on a changeup and saw Eduardo Escobar chase a slider in the dirt in the second.When John Ryan Murphy was caught looking at a 97 mph fastball to lead off the third, Rodon tied the AL record for strikeouts to start a game set by Joe Cowley of the White Sox on May 28, 1986, at Texas.Youve just got to throw strikes, go right at them, Rodon said.Logan Schafers ensuing double left Rodon one strikeout shy of the major league record to start a game shared by the Astros Jim Deshaies and the Mets Jacob deGrom.Rodons strikeout streak was 10 when figuring in the final three hitters he faced while fanning 11 in a victory Sunday at Cleveland. The last pitcher to strike out 10 in a row was Eric Gagne of the Dodgers over four games in May 2003.Tyler Duffey (9-12) gave up five runs in two-plus innings to ensure Minnesota wont have a 10-game winner in their miserable season.You kind of get what you deserve, Twins manager Paul Molitor said.Duffey gave up six hits while getting six outs. Omar Narvaez hit his first career homer in the fourth off Pat Dean as the White Sox built a 7-0 lead.Anderson, the 17th overall pick in 2013, finished a double shy of the cycle and irritated Duffey after hitting a two-run homer in the third inning.I mean he backpedaled out of the box. Stood there and enjoyed it, Duffey said. Its just one of those things. Its one thing to hit a homer. I gave up a 500-foot homer to Nelson Cruz and he jogs around the bases. Vapormax Pas Cher France. Ryan ORourke threw behind Anderson in the eighth and both benches were warned. Anderson then grounded to third to end his chances at the cycle. He tripled and scored in the first and singled in the sixth.I wanted to hit a double. I did it in Double-A, Anderson said. When everything is clicking for you, I feel real great.Rodon (9-10) was dominant until a 31-pitch sixth inning when he gave up three runs -- two earned -- to end his night. He allowed three hits and three walks while striking out 10 in Chicagos sixth win in seven games.This was some electric stuff coming out, White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. He was up there at 98 (mph), but I think that slider, when he has that working, its a devastating two-strike pitch. He can get some swings and misses, thats for sure.TRAINERS ROOMTwins: 1B Joe Mauer (quadriceps) remained out. ... Molitor said veteran C Kurt Suzuki has taken a beating and wont catch again this season. Suzuki is in the last year of his contract. Its probably been as awkward a month for him as anybody in that clubhouse when youre potentially playing out into your free agency as a catcher in your early 30s, Molitor said.White Sox: Tests showed 2B Tyler Saladino has a herniated disk. He had an epidural Monday and doesnt believe hell need surgery. It was kind of crippling for a little bit, he said.RODONS RISERodon finished 7-2 in his last 10 starts. He struggled early in the season and went on the disabled list after spraining his left wrist slipping on the dugout steps.It was definitely the best stuff-wise of having it all -- fastball, slider, mix in a change, Ventura said. I think thats just a big confidence boost for him of getting to that point where he can do that.UP NEXTWhite Sox RHP James Shields (6-18, 5.82 ERA) closes a tough season Saturday night against Twins LHP Hector Santiago (12-10, 4.87). ' ' '
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