NEW YORK — Henrik Lundqvist stopped 21 shots for his fourth shutout, Martin St. Louis had a goal and assist, and the suddenly stingy New York Rangers routed the NHL-leading Montreal Canadiens 5-0 on Sunday night.

Lundqvist, who followed on the heels of backup Cam Talbot’s blanking of Philadelphia on Wednesday, posted his team-record 54th shutout. Dominic Moore scored his first goal, and Derek Stepan added his second in a dominant middle period for the Rangers, who had three days off due to a snow postponement in Buffalo.

Carl Hagelin scored at 1:40 of the third and Rick Nash made it 5-0 with his 14th goal with 4:36 left in the second matchup between the teams since New York won the Eastern Conference finals.

Montreal (16-6-1) had won eight of nine. The Rangers were 1-8-1 against the Canadiens in the previous 10 games.

BLUES 4, JETS 2: Ryan Reaves scored the game-winner in his hometown as St. Louis won at Winnipeg.

DUCKS 2, COYOTES 1: Kyle Palmieri and Patrick Maroon each scored a goal in host Anaheim’s win over Arizona.