COLUMBUS, Ohio – David Vyborny scored twice – including a goal with 21.4 seconds left in overtime – to lead the Columbus Blue Jackets to 3-2 victory over the Kings on Wednesday night. Vyborny’s 15th goal tied it, 2-2, at 5:02 of the third period. The victory was the Blue Jackets’ third in a row. The Kings dropped their third consecutive game. Geoff Platt scored his first NHL goal and had an assist, giving him four points in two games. Vyborny assisted on Platt’s goal. Kevin Dallman scored his first goal in almost a year for the Kings and Jamie Heward had a power-play goal. Rick Nash came down the right wing and traded passes with Vyborny in the middle. Nash sent a centering pass to Platt, who was upended and flew through the air as he tipped the pass into the net. The Kings came back with two goals in the second period. In overtime, the Blue Jackets had a power play when Ron Hainsey skated to the top of the left circle and passed across the ice to Vyborny on the right wing. Vyborny’s quick snapper beat goalie Mathieu Garon inside the near post. Dallman scored his first goal in 51 games when his wrist shot from the left wing slipped by Norrena. Just 10 seconds after Platt went to the penalty box for hooking, the Kings took the lead on Heward’s goal. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!