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L. D. big road win for the stars yesterday in Carolina Dallas Stars opened fire in Carolina last night scoring three times in the first period and again in the second as they defeated the hurricanes for one at fifty one seconds in Tyler Sagan started things off with his sixteenth goal of the year towards the end of the period Rebay hands connected on a power play Jason Dickinson ended the period with another goal for the stars and Dennis Geryon off and it's a scoring frenzy with the final goal of the evening in the second the hurricanes only managed one goal as Anton Khudobin started his second game in a row over Ben bishop saving forty shots is eight forty save effort in Dallas dating back to last season stars improve the thirty seven twenty and six as they get the two points and move ahead of Colorado in the central division trailing the blues by four