BOSTON — Dave Cameron had to wait a few extra minutes to earn his first victory as an NHL coach.

The Ottawa Senators wound up with the win Saturday when Bobby Ryan and Mikka Zibanjad scored in a shootout to beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 Saturday.

Cameron took over the team after Paul MacLean was fired Monday. Ottawa lost to Los Angeles 5-3 Thursday night in Cameron’s debut.

The Bruins took a 2-1 lead into the third period but Ottawa tied it with 15:43 left when David Legwand put home Kyle Turris’ deflected shot while Bruins captain Zdeno Chara was in the penalty box.

Zibanjad also scored in regulation as Ottawa sent the Bruins to their fifth loss in six games.

Boston is minus-two in goal differential this season and near the bottom of the NHL in scoring.

“We’re obviously struggling to score goals and we continue to see that from our hockey club, but there’s a lot of things in our game that could be better,” Bruins Coach Claude Julien said.

Both teams had chances in overtime. Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask made a pad save on Erik Karlsson and then foiled Ryan’s breakaway, and Ottawa’s Robin Lehner gloved Dougie Hamilton’s high drive.

The Bruins scored shorthanded in the first when Chara flipped the puck past two Ottawa players to a streaking Craig Cunningham, who beat Lehner for his first career goal.

Julien said he liked “everything” about Cunningham’s play. “He skated well, you know, he competes hard. All things that we know about him.”

Zibanjad tied it early in the second. Loui Eriksson put the Bruins ahead midway through the period when he took a feed from Kevan Miller directly in front of Lehner.

ISLANDERS 3, BLACKHAWKS 2: Kyle Okposo and Lubomir Visnovsky scored 51 seconds apart in the third period, and the Islanders won at Uniondale, New York, snapping Chicago’s NHL-best eight-game winning streak.

CAPITALS 4, LIGHTNING 2: Nicklas Backstrom had his first career regular-season hat trick, Braden Holtby made 26 saves, and Washington held on at home.

BLUE JACKETS 4, PENGUINS 3: Cam Atkinson and Ryan Johansen scored in the shootout, Sergei Bobrovsky made 33 saves through overtime, and host Columbus won its sixth straight.

SABRES 4, PANTHERS 3: Nikita Zadorov scored 29 seconds into overtime for host Buffalo, which has won three in a row and nine of 12.

MAPLE LEAFS 4, RED WINGS 1: Richard Panik scored the go-ahead goal and Jonathan Bernier stopped 27 shots to help host Toronto beat Detroit for the second time in four days.

FLYERS 5, HURRICANES 1: Wayne Simmonds had a goal and an assist and four other Flyers scored in Philadelphia’s rout at home.

DUCKS 4, JETS 1: Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and an assist as Anaheim won at Winnipeg for its seventh consecutive victory.