Coming into this season, everybody knew that Dallas was capable of scoring goals, but the things they’ve done through 11 games are downright impressive.
Saturday’s 5-3 win over the Sharks extended their winning streak to three games. It was also the seventh time this season that the Stars scored at least four goals in a game.
The Stars entered the second period with a 1-0 lead, and that’s when the craziness began.
In the third, Antoine Roussel appeared to score the go-ahead goal with less than seven minutes remaining, but the Sharks challenged the play because they thought one of the forwards entering the offensive zone was offside.
The video review confirmed the call of the ice. It was a good goal.
Roussel finished the game with three points and a plus-3 rating.
Tyler Seguin added the empty netter for the Stars, who improved their record to 9-2-0 in 2015-16.