In the end, the Pittsburgh Penguins had just a little too much star power for the New York Islanders.

Sidney Crosby drew a penalty in overtime, then set up Chris Kunitz's second power-play goal of the game, 8:44 into overtime, as the Penguins outlasted the New York Islanders, 5-4, in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.

Islanders defenseman Brian Strait was called for holding Crosby as Crosby drove to the net, giving the Penguins their fifth power play. Crosby then set up wide in the left circle, took a pass from Paul Martin and found Kunitz in the slot for a quick shot that beat Evgeni Nabokov cleanly for the win.


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