DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Stars' team defense and discipline were enough to stop the St. Louis Blues.
Derek Roy had a goal and two assists and Kari Lehtonen made 25 saves to help the Stars to a 4-1 victory over the Blues on Sunday.
After a deflating 5-1 loss at home against Edmonton on Thursday, in which the Stars gave the Oilers nine power plays, Dallas rebounded with a strong defensive effort and allowed only one power play.
"That was the first thing we said in the pregame meeting, stay out of the box," Roy said. "They can't score on the power play if they're not on the power play, so they got one that we did a good job killing, but we also stayed disciplined."
Loui Eriksson, Jaromir Jagr and Erik Cole also scored for Dallas, which had been 1-3 in its previous four home games.
For Cole, it was his first goal with Dallas in his second game with the team since he was acquired in a trade with Montreal last week.
Lehtonen was strong after the Edmonton loss, which was his first g...