DALLAS, Oct. 20 (UPI) -- Ed Belfour made 30 saves, including a key one with 76 seconds left in overtime Saturday night, as the Dallas Stars held on for a 2-2 tie with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Belfour relinquished a pair of leads against his former team, but prevented Igor Korolev from scoring the game-winner in overtime by sliding to his left to pin a shot from the low right faceoff circle.
Despite blowing the two leads, it was a good point for the Stars, who played without star center Mike Modano and lost center Joe Nieuwendyk to a broken nose in the second period.
Veteran defenseman Phil Housley scored a power-play goal with 10:25 left in the third period, tying it at 2-2 and helping the Blackhawks extend their unbeaten stretch to three games (1
Brenden Morrow and Pat Verbeek scored for the Stars, who also are unbeaten in three games (1
2). They have gone to overtime in three of their last four.