NEW YORK (AP) — Zach Parise scored 39 seconds into in overtime to give the New York Islanders a 4-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night.

Brock Nelson scored twice and Scott Mayfield had a goal and an assist to help the Islanders get their third win in four games and eighth in the last 10. Sebastian Aho had two assists and Ilya Sorokin made 26 saves.

In the extra period, Parise rifled a high shot past Korpisalo for his fifth goal of the season and the 413th of his career, sending the home crowd into a frenzy.

New York improved to 6-3-0 at home. A year ago, in their first season at UBS Arena, the Islanders started 0-5-2 on home ice.

Emil Bemstrom had a goal and an assist, and Marcus Bjork and Cole Sillinger also scored for the Blue Jackets, who have lost six of their last seven. Jake Bean and Gustav Nyquist each had two assists and Joonas Korpisalo finished with 41 saves.

Bjork, making his NHL debut, fired a shot past Sorokin at 9:38 of the third period to put Columbus ahead 3-2.

Mayfield tied it with 7:09 remaining with his fourth.

After a scoreless first period, Sillinger got the Blue Jackets on the scoreboard at 3:09 of the second with a power-play goal for his first of the season.

Nelson tied it at 7:27 before Bemstrom put the Blue Jackets back ahead a little more than three minutes later with his first.

Nelson got his second of the night and eighth of the season with 46 seconds left in the middle period to tie it 2-2.

LATE SCORING

The Islanders have outscored opponents 26-14 in the third period, including five empty-netters. They have totaled 27 goals in the first period, second period and overtime combined.

INJURIES

The Blue Jackets are dealing with injuries to key players, most notably Zach Werenski, their top defenseman and power-play point man, who is out for the season because of a separated shoulder and torn labrum suffered in a win over Philadelphia on Thursday.

Columbus also placed D Nick Blankenburg and F Sean Kuraly and F Jakub Voracek on injured reserve on Friday. Voracek is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury while Blankenburg will miss six-to-eight weeks with a fractured ankle also sustained last Thursday. D Eric Gudbrandson also missed this game with an injury.

HONORING LEGENDS

On Hockey Fights Cancer Night at UBS Arena, the Islanders remembered former players Clark Gillies, Mike Bossy and Jean Potvin before the game. All three died from cancer within the past year. Gillies and Bossy were linemates on the Islanders teams that won four straight Stanley Cups from 1980-83.

MILESTONE

Islanders F Matt Martin played his 700th game with the franchise.

UP NEXT

Islanders: At Ottawa on Monday night.

Blue Jackets: Host Philadelphia on Tuesday night.