LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jonathan Quick made 40 saves and Tyler Toffoli had a goal and an assist in the Los Angeles Kings' fourth straight victory, 2-1 over the Minnesota Wild on Sunday.
Toffoli scored an early power-play goal and Tanner Pearson added a third-period goal for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who stayed perfect on their six-game homestand with another dominant game from Quick.
The Kings also got two more goals from That 70s Line -- the jersey-number-inspired nickname for Jeff Carter's combo with youngsters Toffoli and Pearson. The trio has scored 11 of Los Angeles' 14 goals this season.
New York's Martin St. Louis and Rick Nash scored 4 seconds apart late in the second period, equaling a Rangers record in a 4-0 win over the San Jose Sharks.
Henrik Lundqvist made 33 saves to extend his club record mark with his 51st career shutout as the Rangers won their second consecutive game after losing three straight.
Carl Hagelin and Kevin Hayes also scored for New York, which handed the Sharks (4-1-1) their first loss in regulation this season.
Anaheim's Sami Vatanen scored two power-play goals and Frederik Andersen stopped 27 shots in his first career shutout to lead the Ducks over the St. Louis Blues 3-0.
Vatanen had his first career multigoal game, scoring on a pair of blistering one-timers as the Ducks (5-1-0) won their fifth straight and extended their home winning streak against St. Louis to eight games.
Brian Elliott made 22 saves for the Blues, who went 1-1-1 on their road trip. St. Louis played without free-agent prize Paul Stastny, who sustained an upper-body injury Friday against Arizona.
At Winnipeg, Manitoba, Mason Raymond had a goal and two assists as the Calgary Flames handed the Jets their fourth straight loss, 4-1.
Dennis Wideman, Johnny Gaudreau and Raymond scored against Ondrej Pavelec in a second-period span of 6 minutes, 42 seconds. The Flames finished a six-game road trip with their fourth win away from home.
T.J. Brodie scored Calgary's other goal to add to his career-high, six-game point streak. Wideman and Gaudreau, who was benched in the previous game, each had an assist.
Jonas Hiller stopped 34 shots for the Flames.
Mark Scheifele scored in the first period for Winnipeg.