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Panthers' Huberdeau scores in OT, Jagr gets 1,900th point

Jonathan Huberdeau needed overtime to extend his scoring streak and help celebrate Jaromir Jagr's birthday on a night the 45-year-old veteran reached another milestone.

Huberdeau scored 1:38 into overtime after San Jose's Joe Pavelski scored twice late in the third period to tie it, and the Florida Panthers beat the Sharks 6-5 on Wednesday night.

"It was a good offensive game," said Huberdeau, playing — and recording points — in his fourth game of the year for the Panthers. "We had a good forecheck down there and there were a lot of things open."

Jagr, second on the NHL's career points list behind Wayne Gretzky, had an assist for No. 1,900th....