Islanders 3, Blackhawks 2 (OT): Kyle Okposo scored 58 seconds into overtime to give host New York its first three-game win streak of the season.Casey Cizikas and Thomas Vanek also scored for the Islanders, who recovered after squandering a two-goal lead to beat Chicago for the first time in five meetings. Evgeni Nabokov turned aside 37 shots to earn back-to-back wins for the first time this season.Defenseman Brent Seabrook and Ben Smith had goals for the Blackhawks, who still ran their point streak to eight games (5-0-3). Corey Crawford, making his first start since missing 10 games with a lower-body injury, had 31 saves.Cizikas opened the scoring with 4:36 left in the first period, poking the puck away from Bryan Bickell at the blue line and breaking in alone on Crawford, deking him before tucking a forehand into the left side. New York doubled the lead eight minutes into the middle session when Vanek collected a rebound of Matt Martin's shot and beat Crawford with a backhand from in front.Chicago started its comeback when Seabrook accepted a cross-ice feed from Kris Versteeg and buried a one-timer from just below the left faceoff dot with 1:24 left in the middle session. Smith tied it at 1:50 of the third, converting off a scrum in front after Nabokov denied Patrick Sharp's stuff attempt and Jonathan Toews on the rebound.GAME NOTEBOOK: Okposo, who was a noteworthy snub for the U.S. Olympic team on Wednesday, has four goals and four assists in his last three games and extended his point streak to eight games - the longest active run in the league. ... Blackhawks LW Patrick Kane was held off the scoresheet again, the first time that's happened in back-to-back games since Oct. 29-Nov. 2. ... Vanek's goal extended his point streak to seven games, during which he has four goals and six assists. ... Because of the snowstorm on Long Island, New York management is allowing fans to trade in tickets for Tuesday's game for any future weekday contest until Jan. 31.