Blue Jackets keep Ducks reeling at home
Fedor Tyutin scored the go-ahead goal on a one-timer from the blue line with 3:22 left, and Rick Nash and Jakub Voracek each scored twice, leading the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 6-4 victory over Anaheim on Saturday night.
Coming off back-to-back losses in which they surrendered 12 goals, the Blue Jackets became the third team in eight nights to beat the Ducks at Honda Center.
Steve Mason finished with 32 saves. In his previous visit to Anaheim on Dec. 31, last season's rookie of the year beat the Ducks 2-0 with 27 saves for his third consecutive shutout. He had 10 last season, becoming the first rookie to lead the NHL in that category since Tony Esposito in 1969-70.
Antoine Vermette had a goal and two assists for the Blue Jackets.
Joffrey Lupul scored twice and Teemu Selanne and Scott Niedermayer hit paydirt on both of Anaheim's power plays. Selanne scored the tying goal with 12:17 left in regulation and Ryan Getzlaf had three assists for Anaheim.