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After giving up 16 goals in the last three games,
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NEWARK [url=][/url] , N.J. (AP) — New York Islanders coach Barry Trotz saw a lot of more things he liked against the New Jersey Devils.The Islanders competed, they didn’t have any letdowns after giving up goals and the coach got to see Mathew Barzal get a step ahead of the Devils’ defense in overtime.Barzal scored on a his own rebound after being stopped on a breakaway at 3:40 of overtime and the Islanders beat the Devils 4-3 on Friday after giving up a late goal that allowed New Jersey to force the 3-on-3 overtime.“There was more skin in the battle than we’ve had in the last couple games so I’ll take our game,” Trotz said. “New Jersey has been a very good team at home; they’ve been dynamite at home. I liked a lot of our game.”The downer was seeing Marcus Johansson of the Devils batting his own rebound past Thomas Greiss (39 saves) with 11 seconds left in regulation.While both teams had chances in the overtime, Barzal was the difference in sliding one past Keith Kinkaid, who had 31 saves.“Would have been nice if we didn’t give them that point but we’ll take the extra one and move on from there,” Barzal said after scoring only his third goal.Trotz was coy when asked about watching fleet-footed Barzal in overtime.“It depends; with or without the puck,” the coach said. “With the puck when he has a step on a guy, you get pretty excited.”Jordan Eberle, Anders Lee and Nick Leddy also scored to help the Islanders snap a two-game losing streak and beat the Devils for the second time this season.Taylor Hall and Brian Boyle also scored for the Devils [url=]Womens Justin Faulk Jersey[/url] , who are 7-1-3 at home.“I wish we had a different outcome but unfortunately we didn’t,” Johansson said. “It was good of us to battle back. We did not get the start we wanted today. It was a tough game for us. I don’t think we played the way we wanted to. Instead of coming out, we had to fight our way back into it. We did a good job of that. We needed and wanted the two points.”Leddy had given the Islanders a 3-2 lead with his first goal of the season. It came after a highlight reel length-of-the-ice rush with 7:15 to play on which he put in his own rebound.New Jersey tied it at 2 early in the third period when Boyle deflected Blake Coleman’s shot past Greiss. The forward was activated earlier in the day after missing five games with an upper-body injury.The Islanders had taken leads of 1-0 and 2-1 as Eberle and Lee sandwiched goals around a Hall tally.It wasn’t Josh’s Bailey’s day. The New York forward was stopped on two great chances in the first period and lost a goal in the second when the Devils won a challenge because Barzal was offside on a 3-on-2 odd-man rush.Barzal made up for the mistake in overtime.NOTES: The Devils squandered an early 1:52 two-man power play. … New Jersey also activated D Sami Vatanen off injured reserve before the game. New Jersey assigned D Eric Gryba to Binghamton (AHL).F Joey Anderson (lower body) was placed on injured reserve. … This was the Devils’ Hockey Fights Cancer game. Bennett Burgida, an 11-year-old cancer survivor from Englewood served as an honorary assistant coach for the day and dropped a ceremonial opening faceoff. … Devils wore lavender jerseys in the pre-game warmup. Cancer survivor Samantha Dango sang the national anthem. … Islanders F Cal Clutterbuck returned to the lineup after missing the last game with an illness.UP NEXT:Islanders: Host Carolina on Saturday night.Devils: At Tampa Bay on Sunday night. GLENDALE, Ariz.-Sometimes winning a game depends not on how you’re playing or where you’re playing, but when you’re playing.And right now doesn’t appear to be the best time to be playing the Arizona Coyotes. The Tampa Bay Lightning already found that out, and now the Ottawa Senators must contend with an opponent that’s playing its best hockey in seasons.The Coyotes (5-5-0) were shut out three times while losing four of their first five games, an all-too-reminiscent beginning much like that of their 0-10-1 start a season ago. But they’ve since starting scoring goals – and winning – and they’ll go for their fourth consecutive victory and fifth in six games against the Senators (4-4-2) on Tuesday at Gila River Arena.Article continues below ...The Coyotes had only one four-game winning streak last season, from Feb. 12-17.“In the beginning (of the season), a lot of games we lost we played good [url=]Justin Williams Jersey[/url] , structured hockey and kept teams to low scores and low shots on nets but we just weren’t scoring,” forward Michael Grabner said. “The puck’s going in for a lot of guys now and it makes it a lot easier … a lot easier to be confident.”Arizona caught the Lightning at the right time Saturday, playing the second half of a difficult back-to-back without injured Norris Trophy winner Victor Hedman and forward Ondrej Palat. The result was a 7-1 Coyotes victory that included two more short-handed goals, both by Grabner, giving them four such goals in two games – by most by an NHL team since the New York Islanders also scored four in 2000.“We’re No. 2 (in penalty-killing) and we’re taking pride in it, which is nice,” said coach Rick Tocchet, whose team has scored 22 goals in the past five games. “A long way to go, but I like the way they’re doing it.”“We’ve got a lot of veteran guys, guys who have killed (penalties) a lot [url=][/url] ,” said defenseman Alex Goligoski, who has a goal and two assists in the last two games. “We’re going out there, going through our reads, and stuff’s been working out – and we’re burying pucks, too.”Especially second-year forward Clayton Keller, who has five goals in the past five games. He leads the team with seven points in two games. Thomas Chabot leads the Senators with 13 points (3 goals, 10 assists) in 10 games.Now, the Senators come in on a three-game losing streak, and off a difficult 4-3 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights on Sunday decided by a rare overtime penalty shot, by Jonathan Marchessault. The Coyotes are playing the third game of a five-game homestand having outscored Vancouver (4-1) and Tampa Bay (7-1) by a combined 11-2 in the first two games. Both opponents were coming off games against Vegas the night before.“Obviously [url=]Scott Darling Jersey[/url] , it was a tough schedule,” Lightning forward Ryan Callahan said.But an advantageous one for the Coyotes. Then again, maybe the NHL schedule makers owed Arizona a break after giving them 21 road games among their first 33 games last season.Ottawa is 0-1-1 so far on a three-game road trip, but center Matt Duchene prefers to look at the upside.“It’s a big point (at Vegas) and we’re staying at .500,” said Duchene, who has four goals and seven assists in 10 games. “If we get a win at Arizona it’s a solid road trip and we’ll go back home and get ready for the next challenge.”
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