When they were good, they were very, very good...

The Dallas Stars just can't stop streaking in 2014.

First it was the massive losing streak to start the month of January. And Saturday, with their 3-0 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins at a sold out and loud American Airlines Center, the Stars ran their most recent winning streak to three games.

On paper, the match up of the special teams was completely one-sided in favor of the Penguins, but it was the Stars who got on the board first off a nice passing play. Midway through the first period, Ray Whitney found Sergei Gonchar, who had somehow slid unmolested down to the high slot, lurking for his second goal of the season.

From then on in the first, it was all Stars as they held the Pens to just two shots in the rest of the period and hardly even let them into the zone.

That possession domination continued into the second period, and it turned into another power play opportunity and the second goal of the game.

Some slick passing between Jamie Benn, Alex Goligoski and Tyler Seguin carved up the Penguins defense, and Marc-Andre Fleury wasn't able to push to his right nearly quickly enough to stop Benn's shot from rattling off the back bar. The goal occurred with one second left in the power play, and it featured some of the prettiest passing of the night.

Rich Peverley made it 3-0 minutes later when Shawn Horcoff helped turn a puck over just before the Stars blueline and found Peverley cruising down the right wing. Peverley, perhaps with the assist of Brooks Orpik's stick, sniped it past Fleury for his second goal in as many games.