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Columbus, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Eric Fehrs goal 42 seconds into overtime lifted the Washington Capitals to a 5-4 come-from-behind victory over Columbus, halting the Blue Jackets seven-game win streak. Michael Chaputs first career NHL goal had given Columbus a 4-3 lead with 4:25 remaining in regulation, but Troy Brouwer answered for the Capitals just 1:25 later to send the game into extra time. Fehr, Jason Chimera and Karl Alzner each recorded a goal and an assist for Washington, which earned a point for a seventh straight outing. The Caps are 5-0-2 over that stretch, which included an overtime loss to the Blue Jackets in Washington a week ago. That was a big one tonight for our team, the way we fought back, Fehr said. We were really resilient. We could have folded a few times but we hung in there and got the win. Nick Foligno scored twice and assisted on another for Columbus, which received 31 saves from Sergei Bobrovsky in defeat. Chaput swooped in from the left wing to put the rebound of Matt Calverts initial attempt into an open side to briefly put Columbus ahead late in a wide-open third period. However, the Capitals quickly responded on a somewhat questionable play from Brouwer. Mike Green tossed the puck on net during a Washington rush, with the disc deflecting off Brouwers left skate and past Bobrovsky to knot the score at 4-4. The goal held up following a video review, which determined that Brouwer did not intentionally kick the puck over the line. Green also set up the game-winner during overtime, with the defenseman skating around a defender and delivering a drop pass that Fehr one-timed home while falling to the ice. Im disappointed the way the game ended, because we had two leads, two opportunities to earn a win in regulation, said Blue Jackets head coach Todd Richards. It leaves you with a little bitter taste, just because there were opportunities. Washington dominated the first period, outshooting the Blue Jackets by a 15-5 margin and taking a 2-0 lead courtesy of Joel Ward and Chimera. Ward began the scoring midway through the opening stanza, firing a shot under Bobrovskys right arm after collecting a feed from Fehr. A faceoff win by Michael Latta in the Columbus zone late in the period set up the second goal. Latta got the puck back near the net shortly afterward, then sent a heady, no-look pass across the crease that Chimera deposited in with 37.9 seconds left. It was all Columbus in the second, however, as the Jackets took advantage of a pair of Washington penalties just under three minutes apart. A slashing call to Alex Ovechkin gave Columbus a 5-on-4 around 7 1/2 minutes into the middle session, with Jack Johnson converting the chance by tapping in a well-placed centering feed from Foligno. Foligno tied it at 2-2 with 8:03 left in the frame, outworking Caps netminder Braden Holtby for the rebound of a shot sent on net by Kevin Connauton and backhanding in his eighth power-play tally of the season. Foligno struck again a mere 52 seconds into the third period, knocking in the carom of Jeremy Morins shot during a Columbus rush to give the Jackets their first lead of the night. It lasted just over six minutes, as Alzner jumped into the opposing zone and skated in before launching a wrister that handcuffed Bobrovsky and trickled over the line. I like the character (we showed). We came back twice in that game to tie it up and win it in overtime, said Capitals head coach Barry Trotz. Anytime they got the momentum, we grabbed it back. Game Notes The Blue Jackets have been involved in five straight games decided in either overtime or a shootout ... Holtby finished with 22 saves ... Folignos first goal was the 100th of his career ... 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The Marlins moved over .500 for the first time since June 20. Jeff Baker reached with one out in the 10th on first baseman Mike Carps error. Donovan Solanos infield single with two outs moved Baker to second. Neftali Feliz relieved Neal Cotts (2-7) to face Stanton, who singled to right field. "We had the right guy there and he had a heck of an at-bat and hit a bullet to right," Marlins manager Mike Redmond said. Sam Dyson (2-0) struck out the side in the 10th. Marcell Ozuna hit his 17th home run and Christian Yelich had three hits for the Marlins. The Rangers scored twice in the seventh to tie it at 3. Rougned Odor opened with a double off the right-field wall and when Stanton misplayed it for an error, Odor circled the bases. Mike Dunn later walked pinch-hitter Daniel Robertson with the bases loaded. Texas threatened in the ninth with Elvis Andrus on third base and one out, but he got caught off the bag when Robertson pulled back on a potential squeeze bunt. 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TRAINERS ROOM Rangers: Washington was hopeful that RHP Yu Darvish (right shoulder inflammation) would be able to return from the disabled list on Aug. 25, but that appears unlikely as Darvish has not picked up a baseball yet. "Im backing off," Washington said. "I dont know whats going to happen. I guess well just have to wait and see." ... RF Alex Rios was scratched from the starting lineup with a bruised right thumb, but came into the game in the ninth inning. Marlins: LHP Dan Jennings (concussion) threw one scoreless inning in his first rehab assignment with Gulf Coast League Marlins on Tuesday. "Everything went good so I think the plan for him is to throw a couple innings in his next outing in the next couple of days," Redmond said. UP NEXT Miami native Nick Martinez (2-9, 5.27) will start for the Rangers on Wednesday afternoon against Marlins RHP Nathan Eovaldi (6-7, 3.96). BROKEN BAT The Marlins Casey McGehee broke his bat over his right knee after striking out in the bottom of the eighth with two runners left on base. "I wish I wouldnt have done it," McGehee said. "I was just frustrated. Obviously it was a big spot in the game. I just really wasnt happy with the at-bat I put out there. At the end of the day Ive got to be a little bit more grown-up than that." RETURN TO FLORIDA Mikolas, who grew up in nearby Jupiter and played at Nova Southeastern University, had a number of friends and family members in attendance. "It was great, friends and family came out," Mikolas said. "All my coaches and teammates from back at Nova came, my high school coach, my high school teammates. It was fun to know that they were out there. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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