Video: New York Islanders score seven in one period against Canucks

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An incredible comeback took place on Monday as the New York Islanders put seven past the Vancouver Canucks in the final period.

At the end of the second period, the Canucks were up 3-0 and not looking like conceding a goal never mind losing their whole lead and even going on to lose, but thats what happened.

Josh Bailey got the scoring underway for New York followed by Ryan Strome and Calvin De Haan as three power play goals wiped out the Canucks lead.

Frans Nielsen completed the turn around making it 4-3 to New York but they suffered a set back when Chris Tanev struck back for Vancoucer.

Finally, goals from Matt Martin, Anders Lee and Cal Clutterbuck saw off the Canucks and gave the Islanders the three goal win.

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