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Moulson gave the Islanders the early lead on Friday, getting his own rebound in front of Zatkoff and backhanding the puck into an open net 10:14 into the first period. The Penguins needed barely three minutes to tie it as Jokinen beat Nabokov for his fifth goal of the season and his 12th in 20 regular-season games with Pittsburgh. Crosby put the Penguins in front six minutes into the second period when he and Chris Kunitz broke loose for a 2-on-1 rush. Crosbys wrist shot from the right circle found a sliver of space between Nabokovs pad and his blocker before sneaking inside the far post. Pittsburghs constant buzzing took some of the pressure off Zatkoff, a rookie who struggled in his only other start, a sloppy 6-3 loss to Florida on Oct. 11. While Zatkoff was certainly steadier than in his NHL debut, he couldnt get a glove on Nielsens beautiful deflection that sparked New Yorks scintillating finish. Nielsen, who added two assists, has a team-high 14 points. 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