Dallas rallied from a 2-0 deficit to force overtime where they would win 4-3 thanks to a Rich Peverley goal.

Winning two out of three on this road trip would be considered a successful trip.

The Dallas Stars had other plans, it seems though.

The thing is, the Dallas Stars had clawed back tonight to bring themselves to even after giving up a two goal lead to the Detroit Red Wings and they would walk away with no points tonight. They've got to find a way to not have to always be playing from behind if they want to be successful this season.

The power play finally scored - and it scored at a momentous point in the game. Dallas would get the man advantage with less than two minutes left in regulation, needing a goal to tie. It finally connected, with Cody Eakin scoring to send the game to overtime.

Overtime isn't something the Stars have been successful at this season. They've gotten there several times, and only once have they had it end there (an OT loss against Colorado.) They've been to the shootout more often than not in these cases, and while they have a good record in them (3-1) eventually they have to figure out a way to end it in the extra time.

The did tonight thanks to Rich Peverley.

Three wins feels much better than two. Six out of six points!