Obviously the line of Roope Hintz, Joe Pavelski, and Jason Robertson are leading the Dallas Stars in offense. But they are not getting the job done on their own. Other guys are, and have stepped up in goal scoring for a team that has climbed the ranks in both goal scoring, and in the western conference standings.

Like Glendening, in his first season with the Stars has been a consistent role player for the team. He’s also found solid chemistry on a line with Denis Gurionov, and Joel Kiviranta as of late. Glendening put it simply how this line has been so effective. “The main component of our line is our work ethic.”

Longtime captain of the Dallas Stars has gotten back on the score sheet as well. Such as with his two goal game vs the Arizona Coyotes to help seal a franchise tying seven game winning streak.

Stars’ rookie Jacob Peterson has been making a name for himself on the team. Speaking of that game vs Arizona, Peterson had himself a game that night too. After finding out his initial goal was overturned due to kicking the puck into the net he responded with a goal that was going to count. Handling adversity like a professional. Not only handling the game like a pro, but showing he can have fun with it too.

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The Dallas Stars have also been playing well on the power play. Especially at home. In their barn as of late, the Stars have the highest scoring power play in the entire NHL. With top scorers, and depth scorers getting in on the act.

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