NEW YORK — Ryan Johansen scored the tying goal in the final minute of regulation, and Roman Josi scored the winner 3:42 into overtime to rally the Nashville Predators past the New York Islanders 5-4 on Monday night.

Kevin Fiala had two goals, and Calle Jarnkrok and Ryan Johansen also scored for Nashville, which improved to 9-1-2 in its last 12 games. Pekka Rinne stopped 24 shots.

On the winner, Nick Bonino sent a saucer pass across the front to Josi, who tapped it into the open net with Islanders goalie Jaroslav Halak out of position.

John Tavares, Ryan Pulock, Casey Cizikas and Nick Leddy scored for New York, which lost for the third time in four games after the All-Star break. Halak finished with 42 saves, and Andrew Ladd and Brock Nelson added two assists each.

Both teams had chances earlier in the extra period. Tavares had hit a crossbar 32 seconds in and Rinne made a sliding stop to his left to deny Mathew Barzal less than 90 seconds later. Halak denied attempts by Victor Arvidsson and Craig Smith in close.

Trailing 4-3, the Predators pulled Rinne for an extra skater with a little more than two minutes to go, and Johansen knocked in the rebound of P.K. Subban’s shot from center point with 43 seconds left to tie it.

With the Islanders leading 3-2 after 20 minutes, Leddy doubled the lead as his shot from the right got through traffic, went off a Predators player and slid past Rinne at 3:39 of the second. It was Leddy’s eighth of the season and gave him a goal in two straight games after a 30-game drought.

NOTES

Golden Knights: Marc-Andre Fleury doesn’t think anything he’s experienced in his 14-year career that could prepare him for his return to Pittsburgh.

The Vegas Golden Knights’ goaltender – who won three Stanley Cups with the Penguins, including the last two seasons – will be back in Pittsburgh Tuesday night for the first time since Vegas selected him the expansion draft last summer.

Fleury played against – and beat – his former teammates in December in Las Vegas, but he said that doesn’t compare.

“I think it’s different from every game I’ve ever played,” the Penguins’ all-time winningest goaltender said. “In Vegas, I got a little taste of playing against friends and ex-teammates. I guess I got that out of the way. We’ll see.”

Fleury stopped 24 shots in that December game.