ELMONT — Anders Lee and Mathew Barzal scored two goals each — the latter tallying both in a second period that was one of the most impressive frames the Islanders had played all year — to spark New York to a 5-1 victory at UBS Arena over a Pittsburgh Penguins team that entered Tuesday night’s meeting having won eight of its last 10.
“I think it was [our most complete game of the year],” Islanders head coach Lane Lambert said. “I think from start to finish, I thought we were dialed in and we were doing things the right way. I just thought we played a real solid hockey game.”
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