UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) -- Matt Martin and Johnny Boychuk scored less than a minute apart early in the third to break a tie and the New York Islanders went on to rout the Arizona Coyotes 5-1 on Tuesday night.

New York Islanders center John Tavares (91), center Ryan Strome (18), and center Anders Lee (27) celebrate defenseman Johnny Boychuk's goal (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)

Martin's eighth goal of the season snapped a 1-1 tie before Boychuk added his seventh at 4:15. The win kept the Islanders atop the Metropolitan Division.

Kael Mouillierat - his first goal in the NHL - and Brock Nelson also scored in the third as the Coyotes lost for the seventh straight time. Mouillierat's goal came at 7:16 while Nelson's was at 9:10. Colin McDonald assisted on both.

Backup Chad Johnson made 27 saves. It was Johnson's fourth start in 11 games. He improved to 8-7-1 on the season.

The Islanders played the type of third period that has them in first place as Monday's trade deadline approaches.

They skated hard and wore down the tired Coyotes and goaltender Mike Smith, outshooting Arizona 14-8 and scoring four times. The victory was a rebound for the Islanders after Sunday's 4-0 loss to Vancouver.

Anders Lee opened the scoring with his 20th goal 37 seconds into the second before Arizona's Marc Arcobello tied the game at 15:52 of the second.

It was the 12th goal of the season for Arcobello. He was acquired by Arizona on waivers from Pittsburgh on Feb. 11. He has four goals for the Coyotes.

The teams played a bland first with the Islanders failing to take advantage of Arizona playing the night before at Newark, New Jersey, where the Coyotes lost 3-0 to the Devils.

There was more energy in the second as the Coyotes had a 14-13 shots advantage and the teams traded goals.

Islanders coach Jack Capuano started shifting line combinations midway through the first period and kept the trend going throughout the second and third.

The Islanders have won 19 of their past 25 home games and have outshot their opponents in 29 of the past 33 contests.

They will finish a busy month of 10 home games with back-to-back games at Nassau Coliseum on Friday against Calgary and Saturday against Carolina.

New York is 22-8 at home this season.

Earlier Tuesday, the Islanders announced the signing of defenseman Nick Leddy to a seven-year contract extension worth a reported $38.5 million.

Leddy was acquired from Chicago on Oct. 4 - the same day they snared his defense partner Johnny Boychuk from Boston. Leddy, 23, would have been a restricted free agent this summer. He won a Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 2013.

Arizona will visit the Rangers on Thursday before completing its trip at Boston on Saturday.

NOTES: The Islanders are 34-6-1 when they score at least three goals (including shootout winners) and are 6-13-1 when they do not. ... Coyotes captain Shane Doan is second among active NHL players in games with 1,374, behind Jaromir Jagr (1,529).

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