NHL: DALLAS (2-3) at CHICAGO (2-2) <h3>Stars look to continue success over Blackhawks</h3> <div class="pre">Dallas (2-2-1) at Chicago (2-2-0) 8:30 pm EDT</div> CHICAGO (Ticker) -- The Dallas Stars look to bounce back from anovertime loss when they take on an opponent they have had recentsuccess against in the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday. The Stars, who have lost just two of the last 18 meetings withthe Blackhawks, have dropped both of their road games so farthis season. In the latest contest, Dallas got a goal from top scorer NiklasHagman, but absorbed a 3-2 overtime loss to the Calgary Flameson Friday. Hagman leads the Stars with five goals this year. Dallas center Mike Modano also tallied Friday, his 508th careerNHL goal to move within four points of Phil Housley for the mostpoints scored by an American-born player in the NHL. Housleyhas 1,232 points. Robert Lang has two goals to lead Chicago, which has scored justseven times in four games this season. Patrick Kane - the No. 1 pick in the 2007 NHL draft - and BrentSeabrook leads the Blackhawks with three assists each. The Blackhawks scored their first two power-play goals of theseason in a 3-2 win over Detroit on Friday, but are still just2-for-18 with the man-advantage.