Blake Comeau scored his first NHL goal to give the visiting Islanders the lead midway through the third period, Trent Hunter added a goal 37 seconds later and New York beat the host Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-2.

Comeau, a rookie playing only his second game this season and the fifth of his career, took Andy Hilbert's pass in the left circle and beat goalie Dany Sabourin inside the far post to put the Islanders in the lead at 3-2.

It was also Comeau's first two-point game; he assisted on a goal by Hilbert in the second period after Jordan Staal had given Pittsburgh a 2-1 lead. Comeau, drafted in 2004, was recalled Monday after Chris Simon took his leave from the team, 2 days before being suspended for 30 games.

In other games:

* At Columbus, Nikolai Zherdev had a goal and an assist, and Fredrik Norrena made 33 saves to help the Blue Jackets hand the Los Angeles Kings their sixth straight loss, 2-1.

* At Edmonton, third-period goals by Patrik Elias, Brian Gionta and John Madden gave the New Jersey Devils a 3-1 victory over the Oilers.

* At Denver, Wojtek Wolski scored the game-winning goal 1:16 into overtime as the Colorado Avalanche topped the New York Rangers, 4-3.

* At Calgary, Mike Ribeiro scored twice, including the game-winner 57 seconds into overtime, and Dallas beat the Flames, 3-2.

Noteworthy

* Former Flyer Justin Williams will be sidelined 4-6 months for Carolina after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during the first period of Thursday's 5-4 loss at Florida. The team will schedule surgery next week. *