Final OT

Series (Game 2 of 4)

Series tied 2-2

Game 1: Tuesday, January 20th
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Oilers3
Game 2: Sunday, February 29th
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OT
Stars5
Game 3: Wednesday, March 24th
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OT
Oilers3
Game 4: Wednesday, March 31st
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Stars1

Oilers 4

(26-27-2, 64 pts)

Stars 5

(32-22-0, 75 pts)

3:00 PM ET, February 29, 2004

American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

1 2 3 OT T
EDM 1 3 0 04
DAL 1 1 2 15

B. Guerin (Stars - RW): Goals: 2, Assists: 2

B. Morrow (Stars - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

S. Staios (Oilers - D): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

Edmonton (26-27-10-1) at Dallas (31-22-11-0) 3:00 pm EST

DALLAS (Ticker) -- The red-hot Dallas Stars can extend their home unbeaten streak to 11 games on Sunday as they continue a season-high nine-game homestand against the Edmonton Oilers at American Airlines Arena.

The Stars are 7-0-3 at home since losing to the Colorado Avalanche here on January 10. They have not gone 11 straight home games without a loss since February 14 to April 9, 1997.

The Stars are also unbeaten in their last 15 home games (14-0-1) against the Oilers, dating to January 17, 1996.

Dallas extended its overall unbeaten streak to five games with a 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Friday.

Stu Barnes had a shorthanded goal with 8:37 remaining and Bill Guerin capped the scoring less than four minutes later as the Stars improved to 3-0-1 on their longest homestand of the season.

Goalie Marty Turco recorded his 29th victory - one shy of the league lead held by New Jersey's Martin Brodeur - for Dallas, which is tied with Nashville for fifth place in the Western Conference with 73 points.

The Stars played without right wing Scott Young, who sat out due to back spasms.

Edmonton improved to 1-1-0 on a three-game road trip with a 7-2 rout over the Phoenix Coyotes on Friday.

Ethan Moreau scored twice and Steve Staios had a pair of assists in a five-goal second period for the Oilers, who posted their highest score and most lopsided victory of the season.

Edmonton scored five goals on just nine shots in the second period. It scored all five goals in a span of 5:38, setting a new franchise record.

Ryan Smyth, Shawn Horcoff, Adam Oates and Fernando Pisani had a goal and an assist apiece for the Oilers, who are within seven points of Calgary for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

Edmonton posted a 3-0 victory over Dallas on January 20 after losing 32 of the previous 41 meetings.

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