Dallas gets the win thanks to heroics from Tyler Seguin but an injury to Kari Lehtonen dampens the celebrations.
With five days off between games the big question facing the Dallas Stars heading into tonight's match against the Winnipeg Jets was whether the Stars would be rusty after so much time off or if that much rest would have the team anxious and ready to go.
It turned out the Stars were more than ready jumping out to a huge 3-0 lead in the first period that they managed to ride out into a final 4-1 decision.
Tyler Seguin had an excellent night factoring in on all of Dallas' goals with two tallies and two assists for the first four-point night of his career while Jamie Benn chipped in with a goal and two assists.
The bigger storyline as the game went on however was the loss of starting goaltender Kari Lehtonen late in the second period. Lehtonen stopped all 21 shots that he faced up until that point but mysteriously left the ice during a TV timeout and never returned.