COLUMBUS Radek Faksa Jersey , Ohio (AP) The Columbus Blue Jackets rallied from a three-goal deficit to beat Detroit in overtime and move within a point of clinching a playoff spot with two games left.Artemi Panarin put back his own rebound late in the game to tie it, setting up Pierre-Luc Dubois‘ shot from the slot 2:55 into the extra period for a 5-4 win over the Red Wings before a raucous sellout crowd Tuesday night.Columbus is one point or a loss by Florida shy of clinching at least a wild-card spot. The Panthers beat Nashville 2-1 on Tuesday night.”I think it says a lot when you’re able to come back like that and keep playing,” Dubois said after overcoming a 4-1 deficit. ”I think we (hit) five or six posts in the first two periods. We’re really confident now, and we want to keep it going.”The Blue Jackets are trying to get to the playoffs in consecutive years for the first time in franchise history, and for most of the game it looked as if Detroit would put a crimp in their plans.”It’s a resilient group that we have, and we’re never out of the fight,” said forward Cam Atkinson, who scored twice for Columbus.Sonny Milano also had a goal for the Blue Jackets, who have won 13 of 15. Sergei Bobrovsky had 23 saves. Seth Jones had three assists, and Panarin added two, claiming the Columbus franchise single-season points record with 80. Rick Nash had 79 in 2008-09.Jimmy Howard had 36 saves and Tyler Bertuzzi had two goals for the Red Wings, who ended a three-game winning streak. Gustav Nyquist had a goal and an assist Authentic Stephen Johns Jersey , Darren Helm also scored and Henrik Zetterberg had three assists for Detroit.Bertuzzi put the Red Wings up four minutes into the game when he redirected Zetterberg’s shot from the left corner. Atkinson tied it on a power play a few minutes later when he waited next to the net and stuffed in a pass from Jones.Detroit went up 2-1 later in the period when Bobrovsky and defenseman Jones got tangled up in front of the goal and a bouncing shot from Helm went into the net off Jones. Bertuzzi got his second of the evening late in the period on a power play, beating Bobrovsky on a rush.Nyquist gave Detroit a three-goal edge on a power play just 31 seconds into the second period.Atkinson pulled it to 4-2 later in the period on a power play when he scored from the right circle as Alexander Wennberg screened out Howard. Detroit wanted goalie interference but didn’t the call. Milano poked in a loose puck from the doorstep to make it 4-3 midway through the third, and then Panarin tied it with 2:16 left in regulation.”They got a couple there and you could see the crowd got them into it,” Bertuzzi said. ”They gained momentum from that, and we just got away from what we were doing right.”NOTES: Columbus D Zach Werenski left the ice in the second period after taking a puck to the back of the head blocking a shot from Andreas Athanasiou. He came back later in the period. … Columbus F Alex Broadhurst made his NHL debut. He went to the penalty box in the first period for high-sticking, which led to a Detroit’s third goal. … Detroit C Dylan Larkin has six points in the past three games. … Dubois has seven points in the last four games. … Atkinson has seven goals and five assists in an eight-game point streak.UP NEXT:Detroit: Hosts Montreal on Thursday night.Columbus: Hosts Pittsburgh on Thursday night.— Beating the Ottawa Senators 3-1 on a Tuesday night in December doesn’t ordinarily qualify as a season-definer. But after consecutive sloppy losses in which they made a barrage of errors, the injury-riddled Nashville Predators weren’t about to question the outcome.They’ll try for a second straight home win Thursday night in Bridgestone Arena against another sub-.500 outfit when the Vancouver Canucks come to town, looking for their second victory over Nashville in eight days.Vancouver controlled the Predators on December 6 in British Columbia, establishing a 4-1 second-period lead en route to a 5-3 win. Playing without three top-six forwards and All-Star defenseman P.K. Subban, Nashville didn’t offer the kind of detailed effort it has to have these days.Article continues below ...Its victory over Ottawa was a far more consistent performance. After ceding a goal 26 seconds into the game on a weak backhander from a fairly sharp angle, goalie Pekka Rinne shut down the Senators for the night’s remainder while his teammates produced a 36-26 advantage in shots on goal.“We addressed a lot of things after the last road trip,” Rinne said. “I felt like tonight Youth Tyler Pitlick Jersey , we played with speed, got the pucks deep, turned a lot of pucks over and created chances. Our defense always plays a big role in our offense.”While Viktor Arvidsson, Filip Forsberg and Kyle Turris might be on the shelf, the message from coach Peter Laviolette has remained the same: Attack. No matter who he ices for a particular game, he wants possession and scoring chances.That might not make him unique among coaches, although there are a few who might be willing to go into a defensive shell and trust that Rinne could hold the fort while perhaps scraping out a couple of goals via counter-attacks or power plays.“It was good to establish the zone time,” Laviolette said of Tuesday night’s win. “We moved the puck pretty well side-to-side, low-to-high, getting some shots and a redirect goal. It’s the zone you want to be in … at least you’re not playing defense.”The Predators (20-10-1) regained first place in the Central Division and the Western Conference with the win, thanks to Colorado’s loss to Edmonton. They might regain the services of Turris, their second-line center who has been idle since November 25 with an undisclosed injury. Turris has been a full go in practice the last two days.Vancouver (14-16-3) arrives in town playing some of its best hockey of the season. The Canucks rallied for a 3-2 win Tuesday night in Columbus Tyler Seguin Jersey , their third victory in a row, thanks to two markers in the last 3:04, by Elias Pettersson and Jake Virtanen.It was only the eighth time in franchise history that Vancouver rallied to win in regulation after trailing with four minutes left in the third period.“I don’t think we played our best hockey today, but we always believe in ourselves that we can turn it around and find a way to win,” Pettersson said.Goalie Jacob Markstrom (11-9-3, 3.14 goal-against average, .901 save percentage) stopped 34 of 36 shots to earn the win. He’s expected to oppose Rinne (13-5-1, 1.91, .932).