Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle gestures before the first period Tuesday’s game at New York. Yandle broke an NHL record by playing in his 965th consecutive game. Corey Sipkin/Associated Press

NEW YORK _ Zach Parise scored the tie-breaking goal with just over eight minutes left in the third period and Ilya Sorokin made 14 saves as the New York Islanders edged Philadelphia 4-3.

The reeling Flyers notched their franchise-record 13th straight loss.

Parise rifled the puck past Flyers goalie Martin Jones at 11:51 for his third goal of the season as the Islanders improved to 8-2-1 in their last 11 games and beat the Flyers for the ninth straight time.

Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle broke the NHL record by playing in his 965th consecutive game. The 35-year-old, who has also played for the Arizona Coyotes, New York Rangers and Florida Panthers, surpassed the previous record held by forward Doug Jarvis, who played 964 straight games over his entire career from Oct. 8, 1975, to Oct. 10, 1987.

Yandle waved to the Islanders crowd when his accomplishment was acknowledged midway through the first period.

The gritty 37-year-old Parise is one of three Islanders to play all 35 games during this COVID-impacted season. Brock Nelson and Anthony Beauvillier assisted on Parise’s winning goal.


PENGUINS 6, COYOTES 3: Sidney Crosby and Kris Letang led a four-goal, third-period barrage to give Pittsburgh a win at home.

Pittsburgh trailed early in the third before its offensive show, when Letang scored twice and Crosby netted his 11th for the Penguins, who won their sixth straight game.

Pittsburgh has 17 wins in its last 19 games. Bryan Rust and Brock McGinn both scored their 10th goals of the season and Brian Boyle added a third-period goal.

Tristan Jarry stopped 13 shots.

Arizona’s Clayton Keller scored his 16th goal and added an assist, and Nick Schmaltz also scored. Karel Vejmelka made 30 saves for Arizona, which has lost three straight and 5 of 7.

HURRICANES 4, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 3: Sebastian Aho’s second goal of the game 3:49 into overtime gave Carolina a home win after blowing a two-goal lead late in regulation.


Nino Niederreiter and Vincent Trocheck scored 57 seconds apart in the second period and Aho had a power-play goal in the third for Carolina. Andrei Svechnikov’s second assist of the game came on the winning goal.

SENATORS 5, SABRES 0: Tyler Ennis had a hat trick as Ottawa won at home.

Drake Batherson and Alex Formenton also scored for Ottawa, and Matt Murray made 32 saves for his third win of the season and 14th career shutout.

STARS 5, DEVILS 1: Joe Pavelski had two goals and two assists, and visiting Dallas extended its winning streak to four games.

Roope Hintz scored for the fourth straight game and rookie Jacob Peterson got his eighth goal as Dallas swept its four-game trip. Braden Holtby made 36 saves to improve his career mark against New Jersey to 18-4-3.

Stars defenseman Jani Hakanpaa added an empty-net goal at 17:35 of the third period after taking a pass from Pavelski.


Jesper Bratt scored his fourth goal in the last three games for New Jersey, which is 1-5 in its last six.


SHARKS: Defenseman Erik Karlsson is expected to miss at least two months with an injury to his left forearm.

The Sharks said Karlsson underwent surgery Monday to repair a small muscle tear in his left forearm. The team said Karlsson is expected to be re-evaluated in mid-March.

The loss of Karlsson is a big blow to the Sharks, who began the day tied with Calgary for the fourth most points in the Pacific Division with 44. But San Jose has played five more games than the Flames and five more than Edmonton. The Oilers are four points behind the Sharks.

Karlsson was playing some of his best hockey since joining the Sharks in 2018. His eight goals are tied for his best in four seasons in San Jose and he also has 18 assists.

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