Kent Johnson scored his second goal of the game at 3:26 of overtime to give the Columbus Blue Jackets a 6-5 victory over Toronto on Thursday night after the Maple Leafs overcame a five-goal deficit in the third period.

Patrik LaineJustin DanforthYegor Chinakhov and Johnny Gaudreau also scored for Columbus and Elvis Merzlikins made 43 saves.

The Blue Jackets are the first team in NHL history to win after surrendering a five-goal 3rd-period deficit, according to ESPN Stats and Information research. Columbus is also the sixth team in NHL history to win after surrendering a five-goal lead at any point, and the first to do so since 1992.

“I’m going to go through my emotions,” Blue Jackets coach Pascal Vincent said. “I’m going to watch it, I don’t want to talk about … going into the details. We’re learning that third period thing. Found a way to win the game. Came here to get two points, we got two points.”