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(AP) — New York Rangers coach David Quinn didn’t like the way his team played after the first period, but post-regulation heroics helped the club break its three-game losing streak.Kevin Hayes had the game-deciding goal in the third round of the shootout after Henrik Lundqvist made a couple of big saves in the overtime, and the Rangers beat the Florida Panthers 5-4 on Saturday night.After Mika Zibanejad and Kevin Shattenkirk scored in the shootout for New York and Jonathan Huberdeau tallied for Florida, Hayes beat goalie Roberto Luongo to end it.New York squandered three leads before sweeping the season series 3-0 from the Panthers.“We seem to be a little fragile mentally, and I was really anxious to see how we were going to respond to our good first period and we never gave ourselves a chance — we took a bad penalty, they score early in the period and you could just sense it on the bench,” Quinn said. “We gotta get out of that rut.”Zibanejad, Vladislav Namestnikov, Matt Beleskey and Fredric Claesson scored goals, and Hayes had a pair of assists for the Rangers Brendan Leipsic Jersey Kids , who improved to 5-1 in shootouts.Lundqvist had 27 saves, and Luongo finished with 22. Lundqvist stopped the Panthers’ first attempt in the shootout, by Aleksander Barkov.Lundqvist also denied Huberdeau on a breakaway after the Florida winger stole the puck from Hayes, and Lundqvist was strong the entire overtime.“It felt, going into overtime, we needed this extra point no matter what,” Lundqvist said. “I thought we played really well. I made two mistakes, two goals.”Keith Yandle, Huberdeau, Aaron Ekblad and Barkov had goals for the Panthers , who finished 3-2-3 on their eight-game homestand. Huberdeau added a pair of assists.Zibanejad grabbed a rebound off a long shot by Hayes, who moved to the top line’s right wing, and slid it past Luongo at 3:37 of the first period for his ninth goal.With New York on the penalty kill late in the period, Hayes won a race to the puck near the end boards and fed Namestnikov, who slipped in the short-handed goal, his third tally this season, at 18:10.“It’s another lesson to be learned,” Florida coach Bob Boughner said. “We talked about all day was starting well against these guys. We just didn’t have enough intensity and urgency at the beginning of the game.”Yandle blasted in a power-play goal 57 seconds into the second period for his fifth, and Huberdeau scored his ninth goal off a turnover in the neutral zone at 4:14 to tie it at 2.Beleskey deflected in Brady Skjei’s shot for his first Rangers goal at 6:28 for a 3-2 lead, but Ekblad roofed his seventh goal over a lunging Lundqvist at 18:20 as the period ended tied at 3.Claesson scored his second goal at 1:32 of the third period when he whistled in a shot from the left circle for a 4-3 lead , but Barkov’s 11th tally on the power play at 10:51 evened it at 4.NOTES: The game featured two goaltenders inside the top 10 in career wins — Luongo in fourth (476) and Lundqvist in seventh (440). Luongo and Lundqvist rank first and second, respectively, among active NHL goalies in career appearances, wins and shutouts. … Zibanejad had six points (three goals, three assists) in the three games against Florida. … Huberdeau recorded his 300th NHL point with his goal and has multi-point outings in seven of his last eight games. … The Panthers have power-play goals in eight straight games and 18 of 19. … Florida scratched F Nick Bjugstad (upper body), who missed his first game this season.UP NEXTRangers: At Tampa Bay on Monday.Panthers: At St. Louis on Tuesday. UNIONDALE, N.Y. – A bitter playoff series between the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins in the spring of 2013 has lent an extra air of intensity to every subsequent game between the two teams.Now insert into the equation the Islanders’ return to Nassau Coliseum, the loud and site for three memorable games in that 2013 playoff clash? And New York coming off an emotional win over the Detroit Red Wings Saturday night and looking to redeem itself following a lopsided defeat to the Penguins in Pittsburgh Thursday? And with the game destined to decide which team resides in a playoff spot and which team does not by the end of the evening?Add it all up and Islanders-Penguins should be more energized than most December games Monday night, when New York hosts Pittsburgh at Nassau Coliseum.Article continues below ...It will be the second of 21 games the Islanders are scheduled to play at their old home this season.The teams are separated by just one point in the standings following Saturday’s games, when the visiting Islanders came back from a two-goal deficit to edge the Red Wings , 3-2. The win vaulted New York into third place in the Metropolitan Division, just ahead of the Penguins, who fell to the host Ottawa Senators, 2-1, in overtime.The win snapped a two-game losing streak for the Islanders (14-11-3), who were outscored 9-3 in falling to the Winnipeg Jets and Penguins last Tuesday and Thursday. New York appeared headed for another defeat Saturday when it fell behind 2-0 in the first period before losing captain Anders Lee, who was bloodied by a blindside hit from Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall with 3:59 left in the period.But Josh Bailey ignited the Islanders by knocking down Kronwall and then fighting Red Wings center Dylan Larkin fewer than three minutes later. Casey Cizikas and Ryan Pulock scored within the first seven minutes of the second period for New York before Matt Martin snapped the tie early in the third.“It was a good response to Pittsburgh and Winnipeg,” Lee told reporters afterward. “It’s a character win.”The Penguins (12-10-6) felt they did enough to earn a win over the Senators, whom they outshot 36-29. But Pittsburgh had to settle for a point after Ottawa’s Ryan Dzingel scored a power play 1:20 into overtime.“I thought we dominated a lot of the game,” Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan told reporters afterward. “We just couldn’t find a way to score more goals Jacob Markstrom Jersey , but there was a lot to like about our effort tonight. I thought for the most part it was pretty solid.”Neither team practiced Sunday, so the identity of Monday’s starting goalies won’t be known until the morning skate. The Islanders could stick with Thomas Greiss, who has started seven of the last eight games and earned the win by recording 23 saves Saturday, or get number two goalie Robin Lehner back into the mix. Lehner missed two games with an undisclosed ailment before returning to backup Greiss on Saturday night.The Penguins are likely to stick with fill-in number one goalie Casey DeSmith, who has started the last four games. DeSmith, who is starting in place of the injured Matt Murray, made 27 saves Saturday night.Greiss is 4-2-0 in eight career games against the Penguins. Lehner is 2-3-2 in seven games against Pittsburgh. DeSmith is 1-0-0 in two career appearances against the Islanders.
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