Time and time again, the Islanders have shown an ability to hit another gear late in games on nights they had otherwise been blasé. It’s why they led the NHL with 11 wins this season when trailing in a game entering Saturday night’s meeting with the Philadelphia Flyers.
And it’s why they were able to do it again on said night at UBS Arena.
The Islanders scored four unanswered goals — including two from Zach Parise and two in a 22-second span from Brock Nelson and Anthony Beauvillier at the start of the third period — to lift New York to a 5-2 victory. It’s a fourth-straight win for the Islanders,
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