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(AP) — It didn’t take long for Columbus defenseman Seth Jones to go on offense.Jones scored 18 seconds into overtime and the Blue Jackets defeated the Florida Panthers 4-3 on Saturday night.Jones’ overtime goal was his seventh, the most regular-season overtime goals among defensemen since the 2013-14 season, tying him with Oliver Ekman-Larsson.Pierre-Luc Dubois made a pass from his knees from the left side to Jones in the right circle, and his shot beat Reimer on the glove side in the opening minute of the extra period.“He (Dubois) makes a heck of a play on his knees to get it to me and I just tried to bury it,” Jones said. “Luc made the entire play.”Dubois was tripped up on the play, but was still able to get the pass off.“I think if I did it another 10 times, I wouldn’t get it,” Dubois said. “He (Jones) is a defenseman, but he seems to have that forward approach where he can sniff offensive situations and find open space and read off the players he’s on the ice with. He’s a D, but he can find those opportunities like a forward.”Brandon Dubinsky, Josh Anderson and Anthony Duclair also scored for the Blue Jackets. Sergei Bobrovsky made 27 saves. The Blue Jackets have won seven of their past nine games.Aaron Ekblad, Mike Hoffman and Jonathan Huberdeau scored for the Panthers. Keith Yandle had two assists. James Reimer stopped 31 shots. The Panthers are winless in their last seven games against Columbus (0-5-2).“We had a lot of great parts in the game, a lot of great pushes, but the one big mistake keeps haunting us [url=http://www.officialducks.com/authentic-adidas-brian-gibbons-jersey]Brian Gibbons Jersey Womens[/url] ,” Panthers coach Bob Boughner said. “We’ve got to get better at that.”With the score tied 2-all, the Blue Jackets took a 3-2 lead at 6:58 of the third. Dubinsky got the puck away from a Panthers defenseman, skated in along the boards, and got the puck by Reimer on a shot from the right circle.The Panthers tied the score at 3 on Ekblad’s goal. He backhanded the puck between Bobrovsky’s pads with 2:13 left in the third.“We had more than one chance to win that game,” Ekblad said. “We fought our way back into overtime but it’s not enough. Every point’s important. Not satisfied with that one point, but it’s good to have it.”Trailing 2-1, the Blue Jackets tied the game at 2 with 2:56 left in the second. A shot by Boone Jenner bounced off Reimer and into the air, and Anderson batted it in.The Blue Jackets went ahead 1-0 on Duclair’s goal 1:37 in. Duclair skated in on a breakaway and fired a wrist shot past Reimer.The Panthers tied it 1-all when Huberdeau took a feed from Aleksander Barkov and scored on a shot past Bobrovsky at 13:19 of the first. Yandle recorded his 500th career point on the play.The Panthers took a 2-1 lead with 1:51 left in the first after Hoffman blasted a shot from the top of the left circle that got by Bobrovsky before he could react. Hoffman leads the Panthers with 20 goals.NOTES: Panthers D MacKenzie Weegar played in his 100th NHL game. … D Chris Wideman played his first game for the Panthers after being acquired in a trade with the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday. … Blue Jackets LW Nick Foligno missed his third consecutive game to be with his daughter, who is recovering from surgery.UP NEXTBlue Jackets: Visit the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday.Panthers: Visit the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday. GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Brad Richardson and the Arizona Coyotes were tasked with trying to limit the productivity of the Colorado Avalanche’s high-scoring top line.They did just enough Saturday night, and Richardson provided the offense the Coyotes needed down the stretch, scoring twice in the final 3:39 in a 6-4 win over Colorado.Richardson’s ninth goal of the season broke a 4-all tie, and his empty-net goal was his 10th and gave him the team lead in scoring. The empty-netter came with 12 seconds left.“I just literally tried to shoot as quick as I could on that,” Richardson said of his first goal. “Went through two other guys. 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Landeskog and MacKinnon are part of Colorado’s 157-point No. 1 line that didn’t score a point until the third.“We had MacKinnon’s line kind of hemmed in quite a bit in their end,” Richardson said.“We defended well early,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said. “If there’s any guy you want to get the goal, for me, it’s ‘Richie’ because he shut down that line. That line is arguably the best line in hockey. He did a great job. That’s tough to do.”The Avalanche went with an extra attacker inside the final two minutes, but to no avail. The Coyotes put an end to a three-game losing streak.MacKinnon tied it at four with his 22nd of the season at 11:51 of the third. With intensity high, Landeskog and Arizona’s Lawson Crouse dropped gloves and exchanged blows.Both were given five minutes for fighting with 7:35 to play, Landeskog getting the better of the fight.It didn’t give the Avalanche momentum, however [url=http://www.officialbruinsproonline.com/authentic-adidas-steven-kampfer-jersey]Steven Kampfer Jersey Womens[/url] , as the Coyotes finished strong despite having lost seven of the previous eight games.“The third was not fancy, it wasn’t cute, it wasn’t east-west, it was all the things we wanted it to be,” Colorado coach Jared Bednar said. “Up-tempo, physical, involved, passionate. That’s the way we have to play. That’s the way we were playing at the beginning of the year.”Panik gave the Coyotes a first-period lead with his left-handed wrister at 8:58. He scored off a pass from Stepan for his seventh goal of the season.Hill got his pad on Sven Andrighetto’s centering pass in deep, but the puck caromed right to Kerfoot, who stuffed in the rebound at 18:13 of the first to tie the game.It was Kerfoot’s first goal since Nov. 14.Clayton Keller fanned on a shot, but Stepan was nearby to shoot the puck past Philipp Grubauer with five seconds left in the period, and Arizona had momentum with a 2-1 lead to start the second period.The Coyotes’ third goal was almost all due to the handiwork of Nick Schmaltz, who handled the puck through defenders before passing, then got on the receiving end of another pass from Alex Galchenyuk that led to Schmaltz’s assist to Fischer.Fischer’s eighth goal at 2:30 of the second period gave the Coyotes a two-goal lead. Then Garland hustled to catch up to a long pass from Mario Kempe and beat Grubauer at 8:28.Grubauer [url=http://www.officialhockeyjetsshop.com/authentic-adidas-laurent-brossoit-jersey]Laurent Brossoit Jersey Womens[/url] , who had 12 saves, was then removed from net and replaced by Pavel Francouz, who at age 28 made his NHL debut.Francouz stopped 21 shots. Landeskog’s goal was his team-leading 24th of the season.“We left it all out there in the third,” Landeskog said. “If you ask me, I think we deserved more, but that’s the way it goes.”NOTES: Coyotes D Kevin Connauton was scratched for the second straight game. … D Ilya Lyubushkin recorded his first career NHL point with an assist on Garland’s goal. … The Avalanche called up C Sheldon Dries, Francouz and F A.J. Greer from Colorado of the AHL. Francouz was Grubauer’s backup goaltender with Semyon Varlamov out due to illness. Dries was scratched. … C Colin Wilson, hurt Friday in a loss to Chicago, was placed on injured reserve.UP NEXTColorado: At Vegas on Dec. 27.Arizona: At San Jose on Sunday.