Jamie Benn LW DAL 2 Months

Benn scored for the fifth straight game in Friday's win over New Jersey.

Benn struck on a power play Friday, taking a pass from Tyler Seguin in the slot before beating Devils' goalie Cory Schneider over the pad. Benn is on fire, tallying nine points in his last five games, to go with a plus-4 rating. With Seguin and Jason Spezza as his linemates, Benn isn't slowing down anytime soon. The 25-year-old is well on his way to another point-per-game season in Dallas. What a monster.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 2 Months

Benn scored a goal, assisted on another, went plus-1 and collected two PIM in Tuesday's win over Vancouver.

As usual, Benn and Tyler Seguin made magic together, as Benn had the primary assist on Seguin's goal at the end of the first period and Seguin got the primary assist on Benn's goal at the start of the second. Unsurprisingly, the talented Benn is off to a big start to the year, and that should continue as long as he and Seguin are healthy.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 2 Months

Benn tallied his third goal of the season in Saturday's overtime loss to the Flyers.

Benn has heated up with the rest of the Stars attack over the last three games, contributing three goals and three assists. It's safe to say the zero points and minus-3 rating Benn delivered in the first two games have been forgiven by his fantasy owners.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 2 Months

Benn got over his quiet first couple games of the season with a goal and three assists in Tuesday's win over the Jackets.

Unsurprisingly, Benn and Tyler Seguin recovered in tandem from their two quiet games to open the campaign, and they should combine for many more points as the year goes on.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 3 Months

Benn finished the preseason with one goal and one assist in four games played.

The 25-year-old center had a breakout season in 2013-14 and he is projected to equal those stats this season. Benn and Tyler Seguin created one of the hottest duos in the league last season and along with Valeri Nichushkin, the line should put up good offensive numbers for Dallas in 2014-15.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 6 Months

Jamie Benn became the first player from the Stars organization to earn a spot on the NHL's First All-Star team.

His move back to left wing during the 2013-14 campaign was a successful one because of Dallas' acquisition of Tyler Seguin. Benn amassed a career high 34 goals and 79 points in 81 games. He also received his Olympic ring from Hockey Canada earlier this week.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 8 Months

Jamie Benn proved over the course of the 2013-14 season that he was the right choice to captain the Dallas Stars.

During the regular season, he set career bests in goals (34), assists (45) and points (79). Benn also helped Canada win a gold medal at the Winter Olympics, where he contributed despite originally being given a reduced role. He played very well during the Stars' first-round playoff loss to Anaheim, where he earned plenty of praise from the Ducks. "He's just a winner," coach Bruce Boudreau said. "He reminds me of those leaders like [Ryan] Getzlaf and [Jarome] Iginla that they'll not only play and do the right things, but they'll fight when they need to. And they do whatever it takes to win."

Jamie Benn LW DAL 8 Months

Jamie Benn scored a shorthanded goal in Dallas' 6-2 loss to Anaheim in Game 5 of their first round playoff series.

Benn was dominant in the first two periods. When he was on the ice at even strength, the Stars had 14 shot attempts and yielded one. In Benn's first three shifts of the third period, his line had zero shot attempts, was scored on once and his penalty led to a fourth power-play goal against and made it a four-goal game. Shawn Horcoff scored the other goal for Dallas.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 8 Months

Jamie Benn potted his third goal of the postseason Wednesday as the Stars defeated Anaheim by a score of 4-2.

Benn has carried his excellent regular season directly into the playoffs as he and line mate Tyler Seguin continue to make beautiful music together. Vernon Fiddler, Cody Eakin and Alex Goligoski all scored goals for Dallas in the victory.

Jamie Benn LW DAL 8 Months

Jamie Benn tallied the game-winning goal for Dallas in a 3-0 win against Anaheim in Game 3 Monday night.

He got the Stars on the board late in the first period. The team added goals in the second (Valeri Nichushkin) and in the third (Ryan Garbutt) for their first win of the 2014 NHL playoffs. The Ducks lead the series 2-1 and Dallas will be looking to even it up on Wednesday. Benn has two goals and one helper in three postseason games. He has picked up at least one point in each of his last eight contests, dating back to the regular season.