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John Tavares, Michael Grabner, Josh Bailey and Nick Leddy each scored once and assisted on another in a game the Islanders led from start to finish, with Jaroslav Halak adding 25 saves in the win. New York will enter the break atop the Metropolitan Division with 63 points and a 31-14-1 record. The Islanders put up four of their goals just past the midway mark of the second period, resulting in the Flyers pulling netminder Rob Zepp after he stopped just 16-of-20 shots. Mark Streit, Michael Del Zotto, Claude Giroux and Chris VandeVelde all had goals for the Flyers, while Ray Emery saved 18-of-20 attempts in relief of Zepp. Zepp, the 33-year-old rookie making only his fifth career NHL start, had his rough afternoon begin early. Grabner took in a pass from Kulemin and blew past Flyers defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo before firing a shot into the top right corner to put the Islanders ahead just 1:32 in. 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Philadelphia answered with 4:48 left in the second when Del Zotto snuck a shot under Halaks pads off a centering feed from Jakub Voracek. However, New York entered the intermission owning a comfortable 5-2 lead on a Tavares goal with 7.6 seconds to go in the frame. After receiving a give from Frans Nielsen from the left boards, the Islanders captain moved in and lifted a backhander over Emerys left shoulder with New York on a 5-on-4 situation. The Flyers trimmed the margin to 5-3 when Giroux converted Halaks giveaway behind his own net into an easy tap-in 49 seconds into the third period. Philadelphia couldnt get any closer, however, with Leddy all but sealing the outcome by flinging a puck that got through a screened Emery with 14:15 left to play. Both teams registered goals in the final 2 1/2 minutes to complete the scoring. VandeVelde successfully redirected Luke Schenns point shot for the Flyers final marker, with Anders Lee tacking on an empty-netter for New York with 1:03 remaining. Game Notes The previous meeting between the clubs this season went scoreless through regulation and overtime, with the Isles claiming a 1-0 shootout win Nov. 24 at Nassau Coliseum ... Boychuk finished with two assists for the Islanders, with Voracek and Brayden Schenn posting a pair of helpers for Philadelphia ... Islanders forward Kyle Okposo was named the NHLs Third Star of the Week on Monday after scoring five goals in three games ... The Flyers had been 14-1-1 this season when scoring four or more goals prior to Mondays result ... Philly blueliner Carlo Colaiacovo left the game with an apparent lower-body injury in the third period. 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