NEWARK, N.J. -- Lukas Sedlak and Brandon Dubinsky scored penalty-shot goals as the Columbus Blue Jackets clinched a postseason berth with a 4-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Sunday afternoon at Prudential Center.

Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 35 shots to help the Blue Jackets reach 100 points for the first time in franchise history. The Blue Jackets are tied atop the league standings with the Washington Capitals.

Boone Jenner scored twice for the Blue Jackets, including one into an empty net with 1:57 remaining.

Adam Henrique scored the lone goal for the Devils, who have lost 12 of 13.

Goaltender Cory Schneider made 23 saves in his first start since March 11.

Sedlak's goal at 6:32 of the first period was the Blue Jackets' first of two short-handed goals during the first 20 minutes. Sedlak was hooked by Devils defenseman Andy Greene on a breakaway and beat Schneider to the stick side on the ensuing penalty shot to make it 1-0.

Jenner scored another short-handed goal less than four minutes later when he gathered a loose puck in the corner and banked it off Schneider from behind the goal line to make it 2-0.

Henrique answered seven seconds later when he scored a breakaway goal off the center-ice faceoff during the same power play to pull the Devils within 2-1.

Dubinsky's penalty-shot goal at 6:28 of the second period was awarded after right winger Josh Anderson was taken down by Devils defenseman Dalton Prout on a breakaway. Instead of Anderson, Dubinsky took the penalty shot and beat Schneider over his blocker to make it 3-1.

Rules allow for any player that was on the ice on the time of a penalty to take the penalty shot. Coach John Tortorella originally selected Sam Gagner but switched to Dubinsky when officials realized Gagner wasn't on the ice at the time of the Prout penalty.

NOTES: The last time the Blue Jackets had two penalty shots in one game was March 4, 2011. Matt Calvert and Antoine Vermette both failed to score against Calgary Flames G Miikka Kiprusoff. ... Blue Jackets C Alexander Wennberg (neck) did not play after suffering an upper-body injury against the Islanders on Saturday. ... Blue Jackets D Markus Nutivaara and LW Lauri Korpikoski were scratches. ... Devils LW Miles Wood did not play after leaving the Devils' previous game Friday with an upper-body injury. ... The Devils used seven defensemen and 11 forwards.