DETROIT (AP) — John Tortorella hopes his team learned a lesson.Pierre-Luc Dubois scored two goals to help the Columbus Blue Jackets hold on for a 7-5 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Monday night.The Blue Jackets led 3-0 after the first period and led by four goals early in the second. They started to coast and it almost cost them.“Things are never safe in this league anymore Authentic Adrian Peterson Jersey ,” Tortorella said. “You have to stay within your system and you still have to check. It turned into a slop fest.”After its slow start, Detroit rallied with three straight goals and pulled within one twice in the third period.“We didn’t play the first period,” said Anthony Mantha, who scored two goals for the Red Wings. “We didn’t do anything until we got told to wake up between periods. That was pretty much the whole message.”Dubois’ second goal midway through the third stood after a video review and challenge, giving Columbus a two-goal lead.“It was kind of confusing for everybody,” said Boone Jenner, whose goal gave the Blue Jackets a 5-1 lead in the second.Mantha’s second goal with 2:12 left pulled the Red Wings within a goal again and they pulled goaltender Jonathan Bernier to add an extra skater. Seth Jones took advantage, sealing the victory with an empty-net goal less than a minute later.Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 27 shots for the Blue Jackets, who had lost two of three.“We’re up 3-0 after the first period, but Bob made some really big saves,” Tortorella said.Jimmy Howard gave up three goals on 16 shots in the first period and was replaced by Bernier, who finished with 12 saves.Detroit has lost three straight after winning six of seven.“The first period Adrian Peterson Jersey Elite , we got outworked,” Detroit’s Frans Nielsen said. “They skated more than we did. We got outworked, basically. We don’t have the talent in here that we can afford to get outworked. We gotta show up every night for 60 minutes if we want to win in this league.”Columbus’ Cam Atkinson’s goal-scoring streak ended at seven games, tying Geoff Sanderson’s franchise record set in 2002. Atkinson was on the ice when Jones scored his empty-net goal.“I was just trying to get the thing out,” Jones said. “I wasn’t worried about the streak at that point.”Dubois, Josh Anderson and Artemi Panarin scored in the first period to put Columbus up 3-1.Detroit’s Gustav Nyquist scored in the opening minute of the second, but the home team had any momentum stunted by Markus Nutivaara and Jenner putting the Blue Jackets ahead 5-1 in the second.Mike Green and Dennis Cholowski scored in the second, pulling the Red Wings within two goals.Mantha scored his first of two goals early in the third, giving coach Jeff Blashill another encouraging sign.“He’s really starting to heat up,” Blashill said.NOTES: Tortorella won his 589th NHL game, moving past Nashville coach Peter Laviolette for the most victories in the league by a U.S.-born coach. …The Blue Jackets won the season series 2-1. They opened the season with a 3-2 overtime win at Detroit and lost to the Red Wings last month at home 5-3. … Columbus scratched D Dean Kukan and F Oliver Bjorkstrand. … Detroit D Jonathan Ericsson missed his 11th straight game with a lower-body injury.UP NEXTColumbus: Hosts Minnesota on Thursday.Detroit: Hosts St. Louis on Wednesday. Now that the San Jose Sharks appear to have conquered their demons on the road, they’ll try to continue that momentum at home against one of the Western Conference’s best teams.The Sharks go for their fifth straight win at SAP Center and sixth in a row overall when they meet the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night.During the first two-plus months of the season washingtonredskinsteamonline.com/adrian-peterson-jersey , San Jose (19-11-5) failed to string together consecutive wins away from home, but that has changed recently. After beating the Arizona Coyotes on Dec. 8, the Sharks scored seven goals to rout the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday before blanking the Minnesota Wild 4-0 on Tuesday.Article continues below ...“I thought from a team standpoint it was probably one of our most solid games from start to finish,” Martin Jones told the league’s official website after collecting his first shutout of the season and 20th of his career.Jones has yielded just two goals while winning each of his last two home starts against Winnipeg and is 9-2-2 in northern California in 2018-19.Coach Peter DeBoer has seen his team make considerable strides after beginning the season with four losses in six games.“I think everybody’s better than early in the season … We’re all better in here now,” he told the league’s official website.San Jose is 11-3-2 at home with a plus-19 goal differential heading into the opener of a four-game homestand. The Sharks are also looking to avoid losing three straight to the Jets’ franchise for the first time.With a game in hand, Winnipeg (22-10-2) is tied with the Calgary Flames and Nashville Predators for the conference’s top spot. After winning five in a row — including three straight in overtime — the Jets opened a West Coast swing with a 4-1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday.“We’ve got to learn from it,” Connor Hellebuyck said after making 27 saves in the loss. “We played well, but there’s more to give.”Hellebuyck, who is two wins shy of 100 for his career, has never played in San Jose. Backup Laurent Brossoit is 4-0-0 on the road and 7-0-1 overall this season.The hottest player right now for Winnipeg is not named Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler or Patrik Laine. Matthieu Perreault has goals in a career-best five straight games after helping the Jets avoid being blanked in southern California.“It’s been fun, not that I play any different Authentic D.J. Swearinger SR Jersey , really,” said Perreault, who scored Winnipeg’s last visit to San Jose in January. “My game never really changed. I play the same way night in, night out.”While Perreault is red-hot, he is tied for ninth on the team with 15 points (eight goals, seven assists). Scheifele leads with 46 points, Wheeler is tops with 39 assists and Laine has 23 goals.San Jose captain Joe Pavelski has 21 goals, leaving him one shy of matching his total in 82 games last season. He has three goals and three assists in a four-game points streak against the Jets.The Sharks’ Logan Couture scored twice against the Wild, and he will to try to notch his fourth consecutive multipoint game. Couture has four goals in a three-game run against Winnipeg.