The Dallas Stars needed a wild comeback to maintain their dominance over the Edmonton Oilers.

Bill Guerin scored his second goal of the game 55 seconds into overtime and the Stars rallied from a three-goal deficit to beat the Oilers 5-4 Sunday in Dallas.

The Oilers are 1-17-2-1 in Dallas since the Stars moved from Minnesota before the 1993-94 season. Edmonton's last regular-season victory in Texas was on Jan. 17, 1996.

"The Dallas Stars are not liked in Edmonton and for good reason," said Guerin, a former Oilers player.

The Stars extended their home-unbeaten streak to 11 games (7-0-4) by storming back from a 4-1 hole they fell into late in the second period.

Guerin pushed the Stars' home unbeaten streak against the Oilers to 16 games (15-0-1) when he scored his 27th goal of the season with a one-timer from the right circle off a behind-the-net pass from Pierre Turgeon.

THRASHERS 3, RANGERS 2: At Atlanta, Ilya Kovalchuk bounced back from a one-game benching to score his NHL-leading 34th and 35th goals. Patrik Stefan added a short-handed goal, and Daniel Tjarnqvist had two assists for the Thrashers, who won for the fifth time in eight games. Pasi Nurminen made 28 saves.

BLACKHAWKS 2, PANTHERS 2: At Chicago, Valeri Bure's power-play goal with 7:16 left in the third period lifted Florida into a tie with Chicago. Niklas Hagman also scored from the Panthers, who have lost only once in seven games (3-1-3). Florida's Roberto Luongo made 43 saves. Michael Leighton made 30 for Chicago.

PENGUINS 3, ISLANDERS 2: At Uniondale, N.Y., Ryan Malone scored 2:45 into overtime to lift Pittsburgh over the New York Islanders. The Penguins earned their second overtime victory in three games after losing a team-record 18 straight (0-17-0-1). Pittsburgh ended its road trip 2-1 and will try to snap their NHL-record, 14-game losing streak at home when they play the Islanders again on Tuesday.

MIGHTY DUCKS 6, KINGS 3: At Anaheim, Calif., Sergei Fedorov, Vaclav Prospal and Steve Rucchin each scored third-period goals to lead Anaheim past Los Angeles. Fedorov scored his second goal of the game 2:43 into the third period, Prospal scored just 1:35 later and Rucchin finished the scoring at 10:12 of the third to give the Ducks (1-3-1) their first win over Los Angeles this season.

RED WINGS 4, FLYERS 2: At Detroit, Robert Lang had three assists in his Detroit debut, leading the Red Wings over Philadelphia.

Lang, acquired Friday from Washington, moved past Tampa Bay's Martin St. Louis into the lead in the NHL scoring race with 77 points.

His big night helped Detroit pass Eastern Conference leaders Philadelphia and Ottawa into first place in the overall NHL standings with 85 points.

SHARKS 1, BLUES 0: At San Jose, Calif., Evgeni Nabokov made 24 saves in his eighth shutout of the season, and Jonathan Cheechoo scored early in the third period of San Jose's victory over St. Louis.

Nabokov earned the 25th shutout of his career and San Jose won for the fifth time in six games, staying six points ahead of Dallas in the Pacific Division with impressive defense.

HURRICANES 3, WILD 3: At St. Paul, Minn., Ron Francis scored with 4:15 left in regulation, and Carolina tied Minnesota.

Marian Gaborik gave the Wild a 3-2 lead at 12:09 of the third, and Andrei Zyuzin scored twice for Minnesota, as two of the NHL's three lowest-scoring teams combined for four third-period goals.

FLAMES 4, COYOTES 2: At Calgary, Alberta, Jordan Leopold had a goal and an assist, leading Calgary over Phoenix. The Flames scored three goals in the first 16 minutes, but the Coyotes cut the deficit to one. Chuck Kobasew scored with 4:52 remaining to clinch the win.