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The Blue Jackets picked up a much-needed victory over the New York Islanders on Sunday, but one of the storylines (aside from the ever-changing playoff race) was the team's resurgent power play. Once mired in a lengthy slump, the Blue Jackets' power play tallied three times in a 4-0 win over the Islanders and has been a factor in many of their recent victories.
With that theme in mind, we've featured the Jackets' top five power play goal scorers in the first 78 games of the season.
2013-14 PP GOALS: 6
Johansen, in the midst of a tremendous season, has been dangerous 5-on-5 (25 of his 31 goals have come at even strength) but he's also become a reliable weapon on the power play. Think back just a week ago: Johansen tallied the game-winning goal against the Carolina Hurricanes, and it was a power play goal in overtime that got the job done.