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New York Islanders Win Game 5 On Alan Quine’s Double-OT PP Goal (Video)

New York Islanders youngster Alan Quine finished off Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Divisional Semi-Finals in double-overtime.

It was Easter in 1987, a day that saw the New York Islanders play their longest game in franchise history.

The thriller that resulted in victory over the Washington Capitals in the fourth-overtime period.

On Friday night, or Saturday morning, on Passover, the Islanders played their second longest game in franchise history.

This one was capped off by youngster Alan Quine on the power-play with just four minutes remaining in the second overtime frame (video above).

Quine slapped a one-timer past Roberto Luongo to give the Isles the 2-1 victory. The Isles are now one win away from advancing to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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