Alex Ovechkin has made a profession out of scoring huge goals in huge moments. His newest milestone was no different.

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Nelson made it 1-1 with his team-leading 19th objective at 13:11 of the very first. The Islanders took the puck away along the boards, which allowed Anthony Beauvillier to feed Nelson in the high slot. Beauvillier's assist on the play extended his point streak to three video games.

Cizikas offered the Islanders a 2-1 lead at 15:49 of the first and Eberle padded it at 9:31 with his 4th goal in his last 6 games. The goal came on the power play, the first power-play goal Washington had given up because Jan. 5 against San Jose.

Toews put the Islanders up by four at 17:25 of the 2nd.

" It's a difficult loss, no concern," New York's Josh Bailey stated. "We put ourselves in a good position to win the game. We just needed to adhere to our video game like we talked about. We understood they were going to have a push. Try to weather that storm for a bit and get back to work, however they simply found a way to just keep breaking away at it. That one stings."

Jakub Vrana scored the go-ahead goal with 2:30 left after the Islanders turned over the puck in their own zone. Semyon Varlamov provided up four third-period goals and ended up with 24 saves. Ovechkin's 690th goal came at 10:22 of the very first period to put Washington up 1-0. Tom Wilson connected the game at 14:32 of the 3rd, his 14th objective of the year, before Vrana provided his 22nd goal of the season. Cizikas gave the Islanders a 2-1 lead at 15:49 of the first and Eberle padded it at 9:31 with his 4th objective in his last six video games.