Panthers’ offense springs back with 2 power-play goals to beat Blue Jackets
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The Florida Panthers insisted their outing Sunday — an offensive debacle against the Carolina Hurricanes — was nothing more than an aberration, perhaps the result of too many games in too few days or a clearly tricky matchup against a newfound division rival. It was, Jonathan Huberdeau said, the sort of game to forget about quickly and move on from a few days later. For two periods, he was right and it was enough for the Panthers to beat the Columbus Blue Jackets, 4-2, in Columbus, Ohio. Florida bounced back from its 23-shot loss to the Hurricanes with something of a return to form Tuesday at …

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