Tom Wandell and Kari Lehtonen made sure the Dallas Stars finally won the second leg of a back-to-back.
Wandell had his second career two-goal game, Lehtonen stopped 28 shots, and the Stars stretched their winning streak to three games with a 4-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Friday night.
Both teams were coming off victories Thursday night. Minnesota pulled out a 3-2 shootout win at Florida, while Dallas was claiming a 3-1 road decision over Chicago.
Entering Friday, Dallas had been 0-9-2 on the second installment of games on consecutive nights this season, a stat the Stars had grown weary of hearing.
Loui Eriksson and Eric Nystrom added goals for the Stars, who improved to 68 points.
''That was a long time coming. We were due to get it eventually and there's no excuses tonight,'' Nystrom said.
The Stars had a balanced approach, receiving points from 11 different players as they earned their 1,500th victory in Minnesota-Dallas franchise history, 742 coming since the team ...