Dallas’ Jamie Benn tied it with 5:11 remaining in the third period. He worked a give-and-go, passing from behind the net to Tyler Seguin, then skating into the slot to deflect Seguin’s return pass past goalie Malcolm Subban.
Taylor Fedun put the Stars ahead 1-0 in the first period. The Golden Knights took a 2-1 lead in the second on goals by William Karlsson and Chandler Stephenson. Subban made 28 saves for his first victory in three career games against Dallas.
Ben Bishop stopped 28 shots for Dallas. The stars had won three in a row and 10 of 11 home games.
Colorado moved back to the top of the Western Conference standings with its eighth win in nine games. The Avalanche’s only loss in that stretch came in overtime, giving them a nine-game points streak.
New Jersey pulled forward Taylor Hall from the lineup just before the game for precautionary reasons, the team said. Hall has been the subject of trade rumors of late and was not held out due to injury.
Source: Fox Sports