John Tavares and Colin McDonald scored for New York, and Brian Strait had two assists. Evgeni Nabokov made 12 saves for the Islanders, who erased a pair of one-goal deficits but couldn't overcome a third even after Tavares was awarded a penalty shot with 3:53 remaining.
MAPLE LEAFS 6, CANADIENS 0
MONTREAL — James Reimer made 37 saves, Phil Kessel had a goal and two assists, and Toronto defeated Montreal.
Leo Komarov added his first NHL goal 59 seconds into the game. Tyler Bozak scored later in the first period, and James van Riemsdyk and Kessel added second-period goals.
Korbinian Holzer and Dion Phaneuf scored in the third for Toronto.
The Maple Leafs completed a sweep of a three-game road trip and are 6-1 away from the Air Canada Centre this season.
Montreal outshot Toronto 37-28.
WILD 2, PREDATORS 1, OT
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Devin Setoguchi's power-play goal at 4:21 of overtime gave Minnesota a win over Nashville that snapped the Wild's three-game losing streak.
Setoguchi took a pass from Mikko Koivu and fired a shot past Chris Mason for his first goal of the season and the Wild's 23rd in 11 games.
Cal Clutterbuck also scored, and Niklas Backstrom stopped 25 shots for Minnesota.
Paul Gaustad scored for Nashville, which had a four-game winning streak broken. Gaustad was whistled for a hand-pass penalty on a faceoff at 2:48 of overtime that led to the winning goal.
DUCKS 6, BLUES 5, SO
ST. LOUIS — Viktor Fasth stopped three of six shootout attempts to become the first NHL goalie in eight years to win his first five starts, and Bobby Ryan had two goals and two assists as Anaheim beat struggling St. Louis.
Fasth, who began the game first in the NHL with a 1.06 goals-against average and a .957 save percentage, allowed five goals on 31 shots. Nolan Schaefer won his first five starts for San Jose in 2005.
Teemu Selanne had a goal and three assists, Andrew Cogliano and Saku Koivu also scored, and Nick Bonino netted the deciding tally in the shootout for the Ducks on their sixth attempt.
David Backes had a goal and an assist for the Blues, who have dropped four straight. Chris Stewart and Alexander Steen each had a goal and two assists for the St. Louis and David Perron and T.J. Oshie also scored.