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UNIONDALE, N. Craig Gentry Jersey .Y. - Jaroslav Halak took his team record-tying 10th straight win in stride, just as he did the first nine.The New York Islanders goalie wasnt tested much by the Ottawa Senators, but his 16-save performance was enough for his latest victory — 3-2 in overtime Tuesday night.Halak, in his 10th NHL season and first with the Islanders, tied Hall of Famer Billy Smiths run of 10 consecutive wins in 1982.It wasnt an easy game, Halak said. It was a weird game for both sides. It seemed like there was a slow pace to it the whole night.Its a team effort. I think everybody deserves the credit.Halak has allowed only 13 goals during his streak, but was quick to say its not as simple as it appears.Its never easy, he told reporters around his locker. I will give you my gear and you can try it out there.Thomas Hickey made this win possible. He set up Ryan Stromes go-ahead goal in the third period and then won it by scoring his second of the season 3:06 into overtime.I came around the net and theres bodies going to the net, and I just threw it blind, to be honest, Hickey said. Maybe it got a bounce off something.Thats how a lot of goals are scored, just throwing it and getting lucky. A lucky bounce and a big point.The Islanders (18-7) are putting up impressive numbers across the board, including an 8-0 mark in games decided after regulation. They are one point behind Eastern Conference-leading Tampa Bay.Brock Nelson scored in the second period for the Islanders, who have won seven of eight and 12 of 14.Ottawa used a crisp play to tie it 2-all as Mark Stone, on the goal line to Halaks left, fed the puck in front to Clarke MacArthur for his ninth goal at 11:14.The Islanders took a 2-1 lead 1:07 into the third during 4-on-4 play. Hickey tried to jam the puck past Craig Anderson at the right post. It caromed across the crease to Strome, who stuffed it in on the left side for his fifth goal.Mike Hoffman scored in the first period, and Anderson made 25 saves for the Senators, who have lost five of six (1-4-1). These teams meet again in Ottawa on Thursday.Its good to get a point, but bittersweet to lose in overtime, MacArthur said. It was a carom off a skate for the winner, and thats just the way it happens when youre going well like they are.It took until late in the second for the Islanders to get going, and for a brief moment they thought they might have taken the lead.New York got even at 1 when Kyle Okposo forced a turnover and flung a backhand pass behind his back from the centre-ice boards that Nelson tracked down in the Senators end. He skated in alone on Anderson and beat him with 1:34 remaining for his 11th goal.Then, just as time was expiring in the period, Casey Cizikas fired a rising drive from above the left circle that hit the top corner of the net just as the green light behind it went on to signal time had run out. The officials went to video replay, and before they could announce no goal, the crowd groaned as it saw on the big board that the puck was shy of the line when the clock hit 0.0.Neither team could muster much offence in either of the first two periods. New York had a 15-11 shots edge through 40 minutes. The only two penalty calls in that span came 31 seconds apart in the final minute of the second.The Senators took a 1-0 lead in a lacklustre first period in which the teams combined for only 14 shots — five for Ottawa.Hoffman fired an unscreened shot from a few feet inside the blue line that beat Halak at 10:02. Hoffmans eighth goal came on the Senators third shot.They didnt have many shots but they still were able to get two goals, Halak said. I need to get at least one of those — especially the first one. It shouldnt go in.The guys did a great job coming back and scoring big goals.NOTES: Injured Senators RW Bobby Ryan missed his second game. ... The Islanders were again without Lubomir Visnovsky and fellow defenceman Johnny Boychuk. Visnovsky sat out his second straight game, and Boychuk was sidelined for his third. ... The Islanders lost D Travis Hamonic (upper body) and RW Cal Clutterbuck (lower body) during the game. They are both day to day. Chris Davis Jersey . -- Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf has been suspended two games for his hit from behind on Kevan Miller of the Bruins. Andrew Cashner Jersey . 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Leroux, who is a U.S. citizen, scored in the 78th minute to break a scoreless tie against Canada and give the U.S. the victory in both teams 2014 opener. It was Lerouxs fourth goal in the past three games, with two of them coming against the country of her birth. "I love to watch her," Herdmann said. "Shes a phenomenal player and shes great to watch ... and she scores against us. Ive just told her (after the game) to stop doing that, man. You do it against anyone else but not us." The game looked as if it was going to be a scoreless draw before Lerouxs late offence, largely thanks to strong play by Canadian goalkeeper Erin McLeod and no clear goal chances for the U.S. "I always hope that were going to get one," said Leroux, who was stopped several times in the first half. "Thats kind of how we play, and we push to the very last second. Im just happy that we came out on top of the game 1-0. It was a good game. It was physical and Im glad we came out on top." The Americans sent plenty of chances into the zone, but McLeod calmly caught and parried several crosses. But in the 78th minute, a bit of nifty footwork gave the U.S. the lead. Becky Sauerbrunn started a run with the ball outside the 18-yard box, fed the ball to substitute Christen Press and then immediately got it back, going towward the right post. Chris Tillman Jersey. Press then weaved a pass through McLeod and defenders Kadeisha Buchanan and Sura Yekka to find Leroux waiting all alone 3 yards. Leroux one-timed the ball with the inside of her left foot for the game-winner. The Americans extended their home unbeaten streak to 78 games (68-0-10). The U.S., ranked No. 1 in the world, also remains undefeated under second-year coach Tom Sermanni (14-0-3), and is a perfect 11-0 all time when playing in Texas. The win marks a strong start to a World Cup qualifying year for the Americans. CONCACAF qualifying is at the end of the year, and the U.S. should be favourites to emerge out of the region. Canada, the hosts the 2015 Womens World Cup, automatically qualifies for the tournament. The 20,862 fans at FC Dallas home stadium were the largest crowd since 2003. "I was a bit anxious about this game because we havent played a game for a long time," said Sermanni, whose team hadnt played since a 4-1 victory against Brazil. "The players have had time off. Canada has played some international recently." The Americans thought they took the lead in the 38th minute when defender Whitney Engen popped in a headed pass, but she was called offside by about 6 yards. Canadian midfielder Josee Belanger took possession at the top of the U.S. zone moments after Engens offside and dinked the ball through two American defenders to Diana Matheson. 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