Bobrovsky earned his 13th career shutout in Columbus' 3-0 win over the
He had 32 saves for the second night in a row, with the Blue Jackets winning both after losing their first two games of the season. Dallas is 0-1-1 in the last two games, both at home.
''(Bobrovsky) played good,'' Columbus coach John Tortorella said. ''I don't think he steals a game, but he just looks solid. We were in total control of that game, I felt. You have to give everybody credit because it was a team win tonight.
''I thought we had the right amount of patience slash aggression.''
''You saw him in the World Cup. He played phenomenal. I think he's just carrying that over to this team. He's really comfortable and confident. Sometimes when we make mistakes, he's there to cover them up.''
Anderson tapped in the game's first goal at 16:04 of the second period. Dallas'
''(Anderson)'s been very consistent,'' Tortorella said. ''He adds so much speed to our lineup, as far as the forechecking, scores a big goal, very responsible away from the puck. He has been solid.''
Columbus has won seven of the last 10 games between the teams. Bobrovsky is 8-1-1 in his career vs. Dallas.
Lehtonen had 23 saves.
Dallas outshot the Blue Jackets 9-7 in the scoreless first period, and had nothing to show for a 15-8 advantage in shots on goal in the second.
"There was a span of 4 or 5 minutes in that second period when we started playing a little bit of pond hockey, turning the puck over, and let them counter on us,'' Tortorella said. ''But for the most part I thought our concentration was really good, understanding we're in a back-to-back situation.''
The Stars' best scoring chance came midway through the second period, when Bobrovsky stopped
Anderson's goal came with Dallas captain
The goal was set up after a Dallas pass intended for
''We got a little lucky break from the refs,'' Tortorella said. ''One of the refs said they felt awful about it. But it happens, it'll happen against us this year.''
''We're turning way too many pucks over,'' Klingberg said. He had 5 of Dallas' 12 giveaways. The Blue Jackets had only three.
NOTES: Dallas' injury-riddled front line was without two forwards hurt in Thursday's game.
Blue Jackets: Columbus, in a stretch of five games in eight days, will play the second of four straight road games on Tuesday at Los Angeles.
Stars: They'll complete a three-game home stand on Tuesday against Winnipeg.