COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Johnny Gaudreau scored a minute into overtime and the Columbus Blue Jackets rallied to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 Thursday night, snapping a four-game losing streak.

Gaudreau scored his 14th overtime goal and the Blue Jackets moved ahead of Chicago and Anaheim for the worst record in the NHL. Columbus has one game remaining.

Andrew Peeke and Emil Bemstrom also scored for Columbus. Michael Hutchinson stopped 34 shots.

Kris Letang had a goal and an assist, Jake Guentzel scored, and Sidney Crosby added two assists for Pittsburgh. Tristan Jarry stopped 31 shots.

The loss was Pittsburgh’s second straight and came a night after the Penguins were eliminated from the playoffs for the first time since 2006.

Pittsburgh’s scoring came on a pair of power-play goals from Letang in the first period and Guentzel in the second.

But, every time the Penguins went ahead, Columbus responded. Peete tied the game in the second and Bemstrom knotted the score at 2 with his power-play goal with 3:25 left in regulation. Rookies Mikael Pyyhtia and Stanislav Svozil recorded their first NHL assists on the score. UP NEXT

Blue Jackets: Host Buffalo Sabres on Friday in their season finale.

Penguins: Season over.