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-- The New York Rangers spoiled Jean-Gabriel Pageau's debut with the New York Islanders when Mika Zibanejad scored 28 seconds into overtime for a 4-3 win at Nassau Coliseum on Monday.Zibanejad won it with a one-timer from the slot after Brock Nelson tied it 3-3 with 17.9 seconds remaining and Semyon Varlamov pulled for the extra skater."A lot of emotion, a physical game," said Pageau, who was acquired in a trade with the Ottawa Senators on Monday for three draft picks before signing a six-year, $30 million contract. Islanders highlights] Pageau scored in his debut but missed most of the third period after instigating a fight with Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba, who knocked forward Michael Dal Colle out of the game with an open-ice hit."It's never fun to see a player go down like that," Pageau said. "That's why we step up for each other."Video: NYR@NYI: Pageau scores in his Islanders debutAlexandar Georgiev made 42 saves for the Rangers (34-24-4), who have won four straight and are 8-1-0 in their past nine games. The Rangers trail the Columbus Blue Jackets by four points for the second wild card into the Stanley Cup Playoffs from the Eastern Conference.The Rangers set a team record with their eighth straight road victory; they had previously won seven in a row twice (Jan. 12-Feb. 12, 1935, and Oct. 28-Nov. 29, 1978)."I think the whole game, we played pretty smart," Zibanejad said. It was a fun game to be a part of."Video: NYR@NYI: Nelson ties the game with 17.9 seconds leftArtemi Panarin gave the Rangers a 1-0 lead at 17:02 of the first period off a cross-slot pass from Ryan Lindgren, and Greg McKegg redirected Brendan Lemieux's one-timer to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead at 7:48 of the second."We've got so many young players and a bunch of new guys," Rangers center Ryan Strome said.

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