Ottawa Senators left wing Brady Tkachuk, left, celebrates his game-tying goal in the final minute of the third period Friday in New York. Celebrating with Tkachuk are Jake Sanderson, Tim Stuzle and Thomas Chabot. The Senators won 3-2 on a Tkachuk goal in overtime. John Munson/Associated Press

NEW YORK — Brady Tkachuk scored the tying goal for Ottawa in the final minute of regulation and won it with a backhander with 17.4 seconds remaining in overtime as the Senators beat the New York Rangers 3-2 Friday night.

Tim Stutzle also scored for the Senators, who rebounded from a 3-1 loss at home to the Rangers on Wednesday and won for third time in four games. Cam Talbot had 25 saves, including a stop on Mika Zibanejad on a breakaway with 1:34 left in the extra period.

Zibanejad and Vitali Kravtsov scored in regulation for the Rangers, who lost for the fourth time in five games (1-3-1). Igor Shesterkin finished with 34 saves in losing his third straight start.

PREDATORS 4, ISLANDERS 1: Kevin Lankinen made a career-high 48 saves and Nashville beat won in New York for its seventh victory in nine games.

Filip Forsberg and Roman Josi scored and Matt Duchene and Mikael Granlund added empty-net goals. The Predators have won nine straight games against the Islanders, the longest active streak against a single opponent. The Predators are 11-1-1 in their last 13 overall against the Islanders.

Mathew Barzal scored for New York midway through the third period.

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