NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -Fredrik Sjostrom scored twice and Martin Hanzal had a goal and three assists Saturday to lead the Phoenix Coyotes to a 4-1 win over the New Jersey Devils.
Goalie Mikael Tellqvist, a backup since the arrival of Ilya Bryzgalov, made 30 saves in his first start for Phoenix since Nov. 12. He lost the shutout when Zach Parise scored a short-handed goal with 6 minutes remaining.
Radim Vrbata also scored for the Coyotes, who are 2-1 at the midpoint of a season-high six-game road trip.
The loss ended the Devils' five-game winning streak at home and was only their third loss in the last 13 games.
Stars 4, Sharks 2
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Mike Ribeiro and Brenden Morrow each had a goal and an assist for Dallas, which has won five straight games in San Jose.
Antti Miettinen scored the go-ahead goal and Steve Ott added an empty-netter for Dallas.
Devin Setoguchi and Patrick Rissmiller had goals for San Jose.
Marty Turco made 16 saves in his 17th win against San Jose in 26 games. San Jose's Evengi Nabokov, playing in his 31st straight game, stopped 17 shots.

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