Stars' Tyler Seguin haunts Bruins with gorgeous overtime winner

Tyler Seguin (Getty Pictures)

Tyler Seguin haunted his former staff as soon as once more Monday afternoon, scoring in overtime to provide the Dallas Stars a three-2 win over the Boston Bruins at TD Backyard.

The 25-yr-previous ahead, who Boston drafted with the No. 2 general decide within the 2010 NHL Draft, took benefit of a delayed penalty name by receiving John Klingberg’s move close to the boards, dancing round two Bruins defenders and slotting the puck previous a diving Anton Khudobin to provide Dallas the win.

Stephen Johns and Alexander Radulov scored 5 minutes aside within the second interval to offer the Stars a 2-zero lead, however Boston labored its means again into the sport to earn some extent. Zdeno Chara scored his fourth of the season late within the second interval and Ryan Spooner tied the sport with lower than 9 minutes to play.

That set the stage for Seguin, who has now scored 5 objectives in 9 video games towards his former workforce, together with a 2015 hat trick at TD Backyard. Seguin spent his first three NHL seasons with the Bruins earlier than being traded to Dallas in a July four, 2013 blockbuster deal that despatched Loui Eriksson to Boston.

Seguin and the Stars (25-17-three) will take the ice once more Tuesday in Detroit once they face the Pink Wings. Boston (24-10-eight) will host the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday.