Radulov scores only shootout girl as Predators edge Blue Jackets 4-3

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Paul Kariya, J.P. Dumont and Vernon Fiddler scored in regulation for Central Division-leading Nashville, which won despite blowing a two-goal lead. The Predators, outshot 16-7 in the third period and 5-0 in overtime, ended a season-high four-game road losing streak and improved to 7-0 against the Blue Jackets this season.

Fredrik Modin and Ron Hainsey each had a goal and an assist, and Jody Shelley tallied for Columbus, which snapped a three-game losing streak Saturday with their first win at Madison Square Garden. David Vyborny added two assists for the Blue Jackets, who have dropped nine of 12.

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