DENVER (AP) _ Patrick Roy moved into second place on the NHL's career victory list and Joe Sakic scored twice and had an assist as the Colorado Avalanche defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-1 Saturday night.

The Avalanche moved within two points of first place Edmonton in the Northwest Division.

Roy stopped 19 shots for his 435th win, snapping a tie with Jacques Plante. He trails only Terry Sawchuk, who earned 447 victories.

Sakic got his fifth goal in three games for the Avalanche. Adam Foote and Dan Hinote also scored for Colorado, which won two straight for the first time since Jan. 15 and 17.

It was Hinote's first career goal.

Pavel Kubina scored a power-play goal for Tampa Bay, which has one win in its last 21 road games. The Lightning have lost three in a row.

Colorado trailed 1-0 on Kubina's seventh goal. Martin Skoula and Foote drew penalties 52 seconds apart and the Lightning converted when Kubina sent a slap shot over Roy's left shoulder at 6:32.

Sakic tied it 1-1 and was involved in the go-ahead goal in the second period.

Sandis Ozolinsh picked up a loose puck in the neutral zone and fed Sakic just inside the blue line. Sakic beat Cloutier with a wrist shot from the slot for his 15th goal at 6:37.

Foote was credited with his fifth goal at 17:03. Sakic's shot from the slot deflected off the skates of Foote and then Lightning defenseman Bryan Muir and between Cloutier's pads.

Hinote and Sakic scored third-period goals.