There is no team in the NHL that is more dangerous offensively than the Dallas Stars. They score more goals than any other team in the league, and they can score them in bunches. The Columbus Blue Jackets were the latest team to find out just how good they can be.
After playing a fairly even game for about a period-and-a-half on Tuesday night, the Stars went nuts for three goals in four minutes to close out the second period, including a pair from Tyler Seguin.
What is so impressive about Seguin's goals is that they came within 30 seconds of each other.
Those two goals give Seguin 17 on the year as he continues to be one of the driving forces behind their start that not only has them at the top of the NHL standings, but also increasing that lead.