TORONTO, March 16 (UPI) -- The Dallas Stars are one of only five NHL teams without a win when trailing after two periods. But they rallied twice in the third period Saturday night to pull out a 5-5 tie with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Morrow's second goal of the game forged a 4-4 deadlock at 4:56. Modano centered a bouncing puck to the top of the crease, from where Morrow whipped it between the pads of goaltender Corey Schwab.
Gary Roberts put Toronto back on top with a power-play goal at 7:36, but Morrow screened Schwab, giving him little chance to stop Hatcher's drive from the right point on the power play with 8:53 left in regulation.
The Maple Leafs dominated overtime, but Ed Belfour denied Mats Sundin on a partial breakaway in the opening minute and Roberts put a wrist shot from the left faceoff circle off the right post with 3:13 remaining.
Belfour came off the bench in the second period after Marty Turco surrendered three goals on 22 shots.
Schwab had yielded just one goal in each of his previous four starts but coughed up five in Toronto's first game since acquiring veteran Tom Barrasso as goaltending insurance.