Blue Jackets' Dubinsky plays villain then sets up dazzling OT winner

Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports / USA TODAY Sports

If the Pittsburgh Penguins needed another reason to dislike Columbus Blue Jackets forward Brandon Dubinsky, they just got one.

After delivering a devastating cross-check to the neck of Sidney Crosby late in the second period Friday, Dubinsky helped play hero - depending on your allegiances, that is - in overtime.

Dubinsky dipped and ducked around every Penguins skater before setting up Cam Atkinson for an easy one-time goal, to give the Blue Jackets a 2-1 win.

The Blue Jackets controlled the play all night outshooting the Penguins by a 43-25 margin. Sergei Bobrovsky made 24 saves in the win while Marc-Andre Fleury turned away 41 in the loss.

Evgeni Malkin extended his goal streak to three games with the lone tally for the Penguins, while Ryan Johansen collected his sixth of the season in the third period.

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