Philadelphia's Ivan Provorov scored at 15:03 of the second overtime Thursday night, and the Flyers forced a seventh game in the Eastern Conference semifinals by beating the New York Islanders 5-4 in Toronto.
The winning goal was set up when Islanders defenseman Scott Mayfield broke his stick as he tried firing a puck from the Flyers' blue line.
Flyers center Kevin Hayes picked up the puck and skated behind the New York net before passing back to Provorov, whose shot sailed into a gaggle of players in the crease -- including Mayfield -- and past goalie Semyon Varlamov to give Philadelphia its third overtime win of the series.
Game 7 is scheduled for Saturday night.
Hayes, James van Riemsdyk, Michael Raffl and Scott Laughton also scored for the Flyers, who are trying to overcome a 3-1 deficit for the second time in franchise history. Philadelphia rallied from a 3-0 hole to beat the Boston Bruins in the 2010 conference semifinals.
Flyers goalie Carter Hart made a career-high 49 saves.
The Flyers capitalized on a pair of Islanders turnovers to score twice in a 96-second span just beyond the midway point of the first period.
Robert Hagg picked up a loose puck during an Islanders shift change to begin the sequence that ended with Hayes firing a shot under Varlamov's stick arm at the 10:16 mark.
Josh Bailey's turnover deep in the Flyers zone led to van Riemsdyk's goal on a semi-breakaway at 11:52.
The Islanders cut the gap in half late in the first before tying the game and taking the lead in a span of 1:42 early in the second. Brassard redirected Devon Toews' shot with 3:27 left in the first before Martin scored 1:24 into the second and Lee scored the go-ahead goal by putting back the rebound of a Barzal shot.
The Flyers tied the score 3-3 with 6:39 left in the second when Raffl, who had just won his positioning battle in front of the net with Ryan Pulock, put back the rebound of Nicolas Aube-Kubel's slap shot.
Barzal gave the Islanders the lead again by scoring with 29.7 seconds left in the second after a Flyers giveaway.
Following a turnover by Toews in the Philadelphia zone, Laughton went from his backhand to his forehand to beat Varlamov at the 9:53 mark of the third period.
-Field Level Media