Girls go wild for Dallas Stars hat-trick hero

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Dallas Stars Tyler Seguin came up with an epic display last night for the Stars as they dismantled Vancover 6-1 thanks to his hat-trick.

Everyone in the American Airlines Center went crazy during the game as Seguin racked up three awesome goals, with his final goal in particular sending the Dallas Stars Ice Girls insane.

The photo above shows Seguin after nailing his third goal in the game after which he went and celebrated with the Ice Girls.

It's a good job there was a plate of glass between him and the girls or else the Stars might not have seen him for the rest of the game.

In 61 appearances this season for the Stars, Seguin has 28 goals and 33 assists, and he has combined with Phil Kessel for 133 points so far in this NHL campaign.

Looks like if those guys keep up the good work they will be making sure the Stars Ice Girls continue to go wild for the rest of the season.

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