DENVER — Filip Forsberg scored at 1:07 of overtime and the Nashville Predators matched their franchise record with their eighth straight victory, beating the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 on Sunday.

Nashville has won nine in a row against Colorado, including three this season.

Nashville’s Ryan Ellis tied it with 1:06 left in regulation with goalie Pekka Rinne off for an extra attacker. Austin Watson and Kyle Turris also scored, and Rinne made 22 saves.

Nikita Zadarov, Matt Nieto and Mikko Rantanen scored for Colorado.

Nathan MacKinnon helped set up Colorado’s first lead of the game with a cross-ice pass to Rantanen, whose one-timer from the right circle beat Rinne with 5:38 left in the third period.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS 3, DEVILS 2: Trade deadline acquisition Tomas Tatar scored his first goal with Vegas and the Golden Knights won at New Jersey to avoid their first four-game losing streak.


Deryk Engelland and David Perron also scored for the Golden Knights. Marc-Andre Fleury, who stopped a half-dozen excellent chances in the first period, finished with 33 saves, including a last-second shot by Kyle Palmieri.

Taylor Hall had a goal and an assist for New Jersey to extend his points streak to a league-best 19 games.

JETS 3, HURRICANES 2: Patrik Laine scored twice for the second straight game and extended his points streak to eight in Winnipeg’s victory at Carolina.

Laine recorded his third multi-goal game in the last four games and has seven multi-point nights during his streak. He has 10 goals and six assists in the eight-game stretch, and 35 goals overall.

Paul Stastny added a goal and an assist, and Connor Hellebuyck stopped 33 shots for the Jets.

Teuvo Teravainen scored for the fourth straight game for the Hurricanes.


WILD 4, RED WINGS 1: Eric Staal and Zach Parise scored in the second period, Jason Zucker added two late goals and Minnesota won at home.

Devan Dubnyk made 28 saves to help Minnesota rebounds from consecutive road losses against Arizona and Colorado. Staal and Parise scored in a 2:57 span to erase a 1-0 deficit.

DUCKS 6, BLACKHAWKS 3: Jakob Silfverberg and Corey Perry each scored twice and Anaheim earned points at home for the eighth game in a row, beating Chicago.

Rickard Rakell scored for the third straight game, Marcus Pettersson got his first career goal and John Gibson made 37 saves. The Ducks moved into third place in the Pacific Division, a point ahead of Los Angeles.

PANTHERS 4, FLYERS 1: Evgenii Dadonov scored twice, Roberto Luongo made 39 saves and Florida got its season-best sixth straight victory – all at home.

Aleksander Barkov recorded his 25th goal of the season and had an assist, and Jonathan Huberdeau added a goal. The Panthers are in the final Eastern Conference playoff position.

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