SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP)
Hertl had two goals and
''There were a couple things there out of our control, but I thought considering that, we stuck with it and found a way,'' Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. ''You coach junior hockey in Canada for 15 years, you see your share of power outages.''
Hartnell spoiled Jones' shutout bid with 2:50 remaining as the puck skipped off Jones' skate and onto Hartnell's stick and he put it in to make it 2-1.
''I though we played well. We just have not been consistent enough offensively,'' Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella said. ''We don't have enough offensive guys going right now.''
Hertl added an empty net goal in the final second.
Donskoi scored his first goal of the season, on a power play with 7:01 left in the first period after taking a pass from
''My last year in Finland, the ice broke a couple of times,'' Donskoi said of the power outage. ''That was even worse. There was maybe a 1 1/2, two-hour delay in the game, and we just kept going after that. I don't think this was too bad.''
After a goal by
''A lot bad bounces and they just capitalized,'' Columbus'
The lights over the ice went out with 2:42 left in the second period, forcing an early intermission. The time was added to the beginning of the third period, with the teams switching sides after 2:42.
''It was definitely a long game,'' the Sharks'
NOTES: Schlemko recorded his first point with the Sharks. ... Bobrovsky is one of two goalies to have played all of their team's minutes this season. ... Sharks F
Blue Jackets: Complete a four-game road trip Friday night at Anaheim.
Sharks: End a three-game homestand against Nashville on Saturday night.