LOS ANGELES (AP) - Anze Kopitar had a goal and an assist, Jarret Stoll and defenseman Drew Doughty scored power-play goals, and the Los Angeles Kings held on to beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 on Saturday.
Defenseman Alec Martinez also scored for the Kings, 11-1-3 since Jan. 22 following a 2-10 stretch.
David Jones scored two goals 39 seconds apart during the third period for Colorado after the Kings staked goalie Jonathan Quick to a 4-0 lead on Stoll's goal with 14:03 to play.
The Avalanche had totaled only 14 shots before Kings defenseman Matt Greene was sent off for interference with 8:53 remaining. Jones scored his first goal on a power play, and the other came one second after a penalty expired.
Paul Stastny's 19th goal brought Colorado within 4-3 with 30 seconds left.
DALLAS (AP) - Loui Eriksson scored a go-ahead, power-play goal with 3:42 left to give Dallas a win and send Nashville to its fourth straight loss.
While Shea Weber served a boarding penalty, Eriksson set up in front of the net and redirected defenseman Alex Goligoski's shot past Pekka Rinne for his 21st goal.
Earlier in the third period, Goligoski scored his first goal since being acquired by the Stars from Pittsburgh on Monday.
Tom Wandell added a goal, and Kari Lehtonen made 25 saves for the Stars, who snapped their season-worst, five-game losing streak Thursday at Detroit. Dallas has won two straight for the first time since Jan. 17-20.
Colin Wilson and Ryan Suter scored, David Legwand had two assists, and Rinne stopped 22 shots for the Predators, who had been shut out in their previous two games.