NEW YORK -- A pair teams feeling decidedly different about their most recent games will face each other Sunday night when the New York Islanders host the Calgary Flames at Barclays Center.
The Islanders earned one of the most unlikely wins imaginable Friday night, when they overcame a three-goal deficit by scoring four goals during a five-minute power play late in the third period before edging the visiting Detroit Red Wings 7-6 in overtime on Brock Nelson's goal, which capped his second career hat trick.
It was only the third time in NHL history a team won a game in which it trailed by three goals with 5:26 left, which was when New York began its comeback.
The Flames had their three-game winning streak snapped Friday, when they fell to the Rangers in New York 4-3. >> Read more
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