Blue Jackets Vs. Ducks Final Score: Derick Brassard's OT Goal Give Columbus 3-2 Win

Recovering from a controversial loss on Wednesday night in which the Blue Jackets were the victims of a clock malfunction with less than a second to go, Columbus rebounded on Friday night with an OT win over the Anaheim Ducks, 3-2.

Columbus trailed 2-1 heading into the third period, but found themselves on the power play early and taking advantage of that -- Jeff Carter scored just a couple minutes in on a backhander, assisted on by Antoine Vermette and Vinny Prospal.

After over 20 minutes of scoreless, tied hockey, Derick Brassard scored 3:55 into overtime on an unassisted slapshot that got by Jonas Hiller, who only saved 18-of-21 shots.

Curtis Sanford stopped 33-of -35 shots for the Blue Jackets, who snapped their eight-game road losing streak.

Columbus doesn't play again until Tuesday when they take on the Minnesota Wild.

For more on the Columbus Blue Jackets, check out SB Nation's Blue Jackets blog The Cannon. For more on the Anaheim Ducks, head on over to Anaheim Calling. For all your news and analysis on the NHL, check out SB Nation's NHL hub SBNation.com/NHL.

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