Stars top Golden Knights, tie franchise record with seventh straight win

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  • The Dallas Stars tied their franchise record with a seventh consecutive win, 4-2 against the Vegas Golden Knights at American Airlines Center on Monday.
  • Dallas has won seven straight four times, the most recent from Jan. 29-Feb. 11, 2008. The Minnesota North Stars won seven in a row from March 16-28, 1980.

“It’s fun, but we still think there’s stuff to work on,” Stars defenseman John Klingberg said. “That’s the good thing, but we keep rolling, we have confidence, and we play the right way. We feel like we get results from that. We’ve got to keep doing the right thing here and keep building.”

  • Alexander Radulov had two power-play goals and an assist, Klingberg had three assists, and Ben Bishop made 26 saves for the Stars (15-8-2).
  • Dallas has a 12-game point streak (11-0-1) and is 14-1-1 in its past 16 after starting the season 1-7-1.

“It’s good, it’s not a secret that everybody is working in all the games,” Radulov said. “Different guys are stepping up. It was a huge win. It’s good that different lines are stepping up and we get that result. Everybody played a good, solid game.”

NHL Highlights | Golden Knights vs Stars – Nov. 25, 2019

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