COLUMBUS (AP) -- Ryan Johansen and R.J. Umberger each scored two goals and the Columbus Blue Jackets pulled away in the third period to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-3 on Saturday night.
The game came 48 hours after the Blue Jackets led 3-0 after two periods and 4-2 with 5 minutes left in Philadelphia, with the Flyers scoring five times in the final period in a 5-4 win.
David Savard had a goal and an assist and Boone Jenner also scored, while Nikita Nikitin and Corey Tropp each had two assists for the Blue Jackets, who said they were humiliated by the Wednesday collapse.
Wayne Simmonds had two goals and Sean Couturier also scored for the Flyers.
Tempering the victory was the loss of Blue Jackets forward Marian Gaborik, who broke a collarbone in the first period and is out indefinitely.
This time the Blue Jackets watched a 2-0 lead vanish in 20 seconds late in the second period, but Columbus took control at the outset of the third.
Savard took a pass from Nikitin at the 3:36 mark, adjusted to avoid a defender and then slid a rising shot from the right point that beat Ray Emery high on the stick side.
Just over 2 minutes later, Savard returned the favor by passing to Nikitin at the left point. His shot, with the Flyers slow to flow back into position, was redirected by Jenner in the slot to push the lead to two.
Johansen, who had opened the scoring, then flicked a wrister past Emery on a 2-on-1 break to make it 5-2 with 7:38 left.
Curtis McElhinney, victimized for all the goals on Wednesday night, made the lead stand up with 33 saves.
The Blue Jackets, much like the earlier meeting, got off to a good start only to lose it.
At the 10:43 mark of the first period, Gaborik, just back after missing 17 games with a sprained left knee, got off a shot that was pushed aside by Emery. Nick Foligno collected the puck along the back wall and skated to the other side of the cage where he fed Johansen, who lifted a shot from the right doorstep.
Gaborik, sandwiched between Braydon Coburn and Zac Rinaldo on his shot, got up slowly and immediately skated off the ice to the dressing room. The club announced between periods that the veteran, with 341 goals and 345 assists in 686 games, had a broken collarbone and would be out indefinitely.
Columbus went up 2-0 at the 14:29 mark of the second -- just 8 seconds after Mark Streit went off for hooking.