For the first 40 minutes Saturday night, the Columbus Blue Jackets looked like the team that piled up 16 straight wins during one impressive streak.
Then the third period started, and the Blue Jackets looked like the team that got pounded by Washington in its previous game.
Michael Grabner scored on a breakaway with 17 seconds left, and the New York Rangers rallied for a dramatic 5-4 victory over Columbus that included four unanswered goals — three in the final period.
"When some pucks went in, I thought we got nervous as a team and lost ourselves a little bit," Columbus coach John Tortorella said.
Grabner's shot through...