LAS VEGAS — Oscar Dansk got his third win in his third career game, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Avalanche 7-0 Friday to extend the best start ever by an NHL expansion team. The Golden Knights improved to 8-1-0. They've won five straight, matching the longest winning streak by a team in its inaugural season, joining the Rangers (1926-27) and Oilers (1979-80), the Elias Sports Bureau said.Dansk stopped 32 shots in his second career start. The 23-year-old has been thrust into action after injuries to starter Marc-Andre Fleury and backup Malcolm Subban, and has allowed three goals on 74 shots, a .960 save percentage. James Neal got his seventh goal, and David Perron, Oscar Lindberg, Cody Eakin, Jonathan Marchessault, Erik Haula and William Carrier also scored.Semyon Varlamov allowed all seven goals on 21 shots for Colorado.After a scoreless first period, Colorado outshot Vegas 10-1 during the first eight minutes of the second. The Golden Knights then scored four goals over the final 11:10 of the period."We didn't score a goal the first six or seven minutes (of the game)," Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. "But I thought that was the best part of our game."Game highlights: Josh Anderson scored 2:38 into overtime and the host Blue Jackets rallied to beat the Jets 2-1. Columbus (7-3-0) completed the best 10-game start in team history. … Jesper Bratt and Drew Stafford scored in a shootout, and the host Devils beat the Senators 5-4 after blowing a two-goal lead in the final 1:15 of regulation. … Dmitri Jaskin scored his first of the season and Brayden Schenn had the winner in the Blues' a 2-1 victory over the host Hurricanes.