Jamie Benn recorded an assist and three shots in Friday's win over the Capitals. That assist extends Benn's point streak to four games, over which he's recorded two goals and four assists. He leads the league in power play points, is second in goals with 12 and third in points at 37.
Benn scored his league-leading 12th goal of the season and dished out two assists in Saturday's win over the Wild. The Stars have opened up the season with a 14-4-0 record and Benn is a big reason why. The 26-year-old has scored in back-to-back games and is now up to 25 points in 18 games on the year. Currently sporting a plus-7 rating and leading the NHL with six power-play tallies, Benn has built off his Art Ross Trophy winning campaign in 2014-2015 and has established himself as an elite and consistent goal scorer. You know what to do.
Benn had a goal and two assists in Saturday's overtime win over the Wild. The goal came on the power play; it was his 12th goal of the season. Last season's outburst wasn't a fluke -- Benn is a rock star in fantasy circles this season and this outing gives him 25 points, including a league-leading 12 goals, in just 18 outings. We don't need to tell you what to do.
Benn scored the game-winning goal on his only shot of the game Thursday. That goal snaps something of a mini-slump for Benn, whose 11 goals remains tied for first in the NHL. He had gone four games without a goal, which was the first time all season he'd gone consecutive games without a goal.
Benn assisted on two of Tyler Seguin's three goals in Tuesday's 5-3 win against the Bruins. One of the helpers came on the power play, as Benn moved into a tie with Seguin for the NHL lead at 20 points. The Stars captain finished plus-1 in 17:53 of ice time.
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