Even though the Dallas Stars sit one point out of a playoff spot, the team is in the midst of a bounce back season. 

The offseason acquisition of Alexander Radulov has given the first line a breath of fresh air as Radulov, Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn are almost all averaging a point per game so far. 

With Seguin's hat trick last Friday, he set a pretty impressive new milestone. 

Seguin became the first player from the 2010 NHL Entry Draft to reach the 200 goal milestone. 

It's even more impressive when you consider some of the other players right behind him including Jeff Skinner (189), Taylor Hall (160) and Vladimir Tarasenko (157). 

If you think that's impressive, Seguin is just one of seven players drafted in 2007 later to score 200 or more goals (John Tavares, Steven Stamkos, Patrick Kane, Wayne Simmonds, Max Pacioretty, Jamie Benn).

Source: NHL Public Relations Twitter
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