Stars lose leading scorer Seguin, 2 others to injuries

– Tyler Seguin, Dallas' leader with 29 goals and 59 points, was helped off the ice after being checked in the lower leg by defenseman Dmitry Kulikov in the third period of the Stars' 2-0 victory over the Florida Panthers.

Patrick Eaves followed Seguin to the locker room 51 seconds later after teammate John Klingberg's wrist shot hit Eaves in the head. A third Stars forward, Ales Hemsky, left in the first period because of a lower-body injury.

With 37 saves, Kari Lehtonen made the Stars' two first-period goals hold up for their third consecutive victory.

The Panthers have lost on consecutive nights. They fell to the Wild 2-1 Thursday.

Jamie Benn scored Dallas' third shorthanded goal in two games; the Stars lead the NHL with nine shorthanded goals.

HIGHLIGHTS

•NEVER TOO LATE: Artem Anisimov scored 2 minutes, 17 seconds into overtime for the winning goal in Columbus' come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Flyers. Wayne Simmonds had two goals and an assist for the Flyers.

•HOSSA STILL HOT: Marian Hossa scored his seventh goal in four games, and the host Chicago Blackhawks rallied for a 3-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils.

•HATS OFF: Joe Pavelski's hat trick led the San Jose Sharks to a 4-2 win over the Arizona Coyotes. Pavelski reached the 30-goal mark for the third time in his career. Mark Arcobello had a goal in his Arizona debut, making him the second player in NHL history to score a point with four teams in the same season, joining Dennis O'Brien in 1977-78.

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