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-- Barry Trotz became the fourth coach in NHL history to win 800 games, and the New York Islanders defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-4 in a shootout at Nassau Coliseum on Tuesday.Brock Nelson, Devon Toews, Anders Lee and Ross Johnston scored for New York (38-21-7), which moved into a tie with the Washington Capitals for first place in the Metropolitan Division and avoided a three-game losing streak.Robin Lehner made 21 saves but left the game with 4:40 remaining in the third period after a collision with Brady Tkachuk. Islanders highlights] Trotz joins Scotty Bowman (1,244), Joel Quenneville (890) and Ken Hitchcock (843) as the only coaches with 800 NHL wins."Least on my mind today, trust me," said Trotz, who didn't have an update on Lehner's condition and was scrambling for a lineup with a flu bug going through the Islanders dressing room.Brian Gibbons, Oscar Lindberg, Zack Smith and Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored, and Craig Anderson made 34 saves for Ottawa (23-38-6), which has lost eight of its past nine games."I thought it was a really good game against a really good team," Senators coach Marc Crawford said. "Hopefully he's all right and he's able to kind of clear through all the protocols and be back for us."Nelson gave the Islanders a 1-0 lead at 8:22 of the first period on a rebound after Anderson made an initial save on Josh Bailey's one-timer from the right circle.Gibbons tied it 26 seconds into the second period when he redirected Thomas Chabot's shot from the point to make it 1-1.Video: OTT@NYI: Gibbons redirects home Chabot's shotToews quickly responded for the Islanders on a 2-on-1 with Michael Dal Colle to give New York a 2-1 lead at 2:34.Lee made it 3-1 at 5:45 when he redirected Nick Leddy's shot from the left point eight seconds after an interference penalty against Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki expired.Ottawa got back within one at 6:32 when Lindberg poked Mikkel Boedker's rebound over the goal line to make it 3-2.But Johnston powered his way to the net and knocked Leo Komarov's rebound past Anderson to give the Islanders a 4-2 lead at 10:02 for his first goal since Feb. 19, 2018.Video: OTT@NYI: Johnston scores his first goal of the seasonNew York outshot Ottawa 26-8 in the second period.Smith made it 4-3 at 7:38 of the third."We can't have third periods like that, especially with a two-goal lead," Islanders captain Anders Lee said. Good to get it for him." -- Islanders captain Anders Lee on coach Barry Trotz's 800th NHL win It was the first of a home-and home series, with the conclusion in Ottawa on Thursday.

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