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Brock Nelson scored two in the third to seal a five one New York Islanders win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday night in Tampa after unevenly played first period new York's Ross Johnston broke the scoreless tie with a rocket shot on the Russian the middle frame Casey says he has made a diving clearing past were breaking Josh Bailey who scored short handed to make it to nothing islanders that would become the game winner I was coming off the bench to try to get back and help out I think back you had no situations you're just hoping for a little turn over and you know you might be peace run away that's what happened in KC as tired as he was stuck with it Akane was able to finish off Nelson's two third period goals in a like power play goal by Anders Lee insure the win for the aisles the lightning have now lost four of five games on home ice what's more secure in Tampa