Jordie Benn has 55 points in his five-season career with the Dallas Stars. That's about the same number scored by his younger brother, NHL scoring champion Jamie Benn, in the last four months.
Yet when the Dallas Stars needed a big goal and a statement-making victory Saturday, the older Benn provided it.
Jordie Benn scored the tie-breaking goal with 4:58 to play, and the Stars rallied from a third-period deficit to assert their Western Conference supremacy with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings.
After Patrick Eaves tied it early in the third, Jordie Benn got his first goal in 29 games since Dec. 21 with a long shot past a screened Jonathan Quick.