Kari Lehtonen made 42 saves and Devin Shore, Radek Faksa and Jason Spezza scored and Dallas continued its puzzling domination of Washington with a road victory.

Despite struggling this season, Dallas extended its point streak in the series to 12 games and won for the sixth consecutive time in Washington.

The NHL-leading Capitals’ home winning streak snapped at 15 and their point streak at 17.

Despite Nicklas Backstrom’s 21st goal and T.J. Oshie’s 25th, they lost in regulation at home for the first time since Dec. 17 and in any fashion at home since Dec. 29.

The Stars chased reigning Vezina Trophy-winning goaltender Braden Holtby with three goals on 11 shots and haven’t lost in regulation to the Capitals since 2006.

SHARKS 3, JETS 2: Joe Pavelski scored twice and San Jose won in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Joe Thornton assisted on Pavelski’s empty-net goal to give him 1,000 assists.

Aaron Dell stopped 31 shots in his 14th game for the Sharks.

Pavelski opened the scoring with his 22nd goal and Mikkel Boedker also had a goal for San Jose, which was coming off a 3-1 loss Sunday in Minnesota.

Josh Morrissey scored for the Jets in the first period and Mark Scheifele scored his 28th of the season with seven seconds left in game.

Connor Hellebuyck made 27 saves in his 11th straight start for Winnipeg.

RANGERS 1, LIGHTNING 0: Mika Zibanejad scored 3:56 into overtime, Antti Raanta made 38 saves, and New York won in Tampa, Florida.

Zibanejad beat Andrei Vasilevskiy during a breakaway.

Raanta got his third shutout of the season.

Vasilevskiy stopped 33 shots and Tampa Bay, 8-2-3 over the past 13 games, moved within two points of New York Islanders for the final wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference.

The Rangers failed to score on three power plays, and are 1 for 36 over the past 14 games.

Tampa Bay, with NHL’s third-best power play, went 0 for 6.

NOTES

GOLDEN KNIGHTS: The expansion Vegas Golden Knights have made their first player transaction, signing free-agent junior forward Reid Duke to a three-year contract.

Duke is the Brandon Wheat Kings’ top scorer with 35 goals and 32 assists this season.

He has played five seasons in the Western Hockey League with Lethbridge and Brandon.