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"Feeling fine, normal," Benn said Wednesday.
The first hit came when Phoenix captain Shane Doan caught him in the head with an elbow. Doan, who received an elbowing minor, was suspended for three games by the league for the elbow.
Benn was asked if he was disappointed with Doan's hit.
"No, it's hockey. It's so fast out there, things happen," Benn said. "I'll let the league deal with it."
Benn also was shaken up in overtime when he was hit hard into the boards by Coyotes forward Antoine Vermette. Benn received some assistance in the tunnel leading to the locker room, but returned in time for the shootout.
"It was a tough play. I was tripped into the boards and slid in there," Benn said. "It was a little bit of a scramble. I fell into the boards pretty hard, got up and toe-picked (fell down) and skated off."
Stars coach Glen Gulutzan said Benn will be fine for Thursday's game against Vancouver.
Defenseman Mark Fistric is out with an abdominal strain. He left the game in the second period and did not return.
"He's going to be a day-to-day guy. He's a little sore today," Gulutzan said. "Pards (Adam Pardy) will come in tomorrow."
Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn said he is feeling fine after taking a couple of hard hits in Tuesday night's 4-3 shootout win over Phoenix at American Airlines Center.