NEW YORK -- Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored 13 seconds into overtime, and Ilya Sorokin stopped 34 shots as the New York Islanders ended the Los Angeles Kings' record 11-game season-opening road winning streak with a 3-2 victory Saturday night.
Anders Lee scored twice in the third period to tie the score for the Islanders, who improved to 4-0-1 in their past five games and 7-1-4 in their past 12.
"We didn't come in and say we've got to get to 12 here after winning [No.] 11 in Montreal," Kings coach Todd McLellan said. "We just worry about our game. It's a simple as that. [On Sunday], nobody is going to ask me about it, which is fine."
In the extra period, Pageau swooped in on Talbot before depositing a backhand into the net for his second of the season and setting off a raucous celebration at UBS Arena.
"This is going to happen, this is the NHL, there's going to be times. You never want to give up a third-period lead, but there's going to be times when you do it," Kings defenseman Drew Doughty said. "I guess, fortunately, we got a point, but we're going to definitely have a sour taste in our mouth because I thought we should have had two."
Kempe got the Kings on the scoreboard with a one-timer on a power play at 5:40 of the middle period for his ninth of the season.
Gavrikov made it 2-0 at 9:18 when his shot from the left point eluded Sorokin for his third goal.
Lee banged home a rebound at 8:42 of the third to get the Islanders on the board, and then tied it with 4:11 remaining in regulation for his seventh.
Fiala leads the Kings with 19 assists and 25 points overall. Kempe also has 25 points. They are one point ahead of Kings captain Anze Kopitar, who didn't record a point for the first time in a road game this season.
The Kings were coming off a 4-0 win at Montreal on Thursday night that set the NHL record with an 11-0-0 road start.
Los Angeles will stay in town and face the New York Rangers on Sunday night. It is expected that the Kings will oppose New York's Jonathan Quick in net at Madison Square Garden. Quick is a former King who helped the franchise win two Stanley Cup championships.
The Islanders have won two straight and are 7-1-2 in their past 10.
"We just played a really solid hockey game," Lee said. "I think we proved that when we stick with it and continue to push, our resiliency can show itself."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.