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 width=Derek Stepan tied the game late in regulation then won it with 49.6 seconds remaining in overtime, as the New York Rangers stopped the hottest team in the NHL with a 4-3 decision over Columbus at Madison Square Garden.

Martin St. Louis and Dan Girardi also tallied for the Rangers, who pulled into a tie for the second-most points recorded in a single season with 109.

Henrik Lundqvist came away with a 29-save victory.

Matt Calvert, Marko Dano and Brandon Dubinsky produced offense for the Blue Jackets, whose league-best and franchise-record win streak was halted at nine games.

Sergei Bobrovsky took the loss despite 38 saves, as his team hasn't lost in regulation since March 15 (9-0-1).

NHL Scoreboard
Buffalo 4, Carolina 3
Winnipeg 2, Minnesota 0
Vancouver 2, Los Angeles 1 (SO)
Dallas 5, San Jose 1

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