BOSTON — Tyler Seguin made a move at the left circle to get past one defender, then skated into the slot as the other two Bruins went to the ice.

He swooped wide to Anton Khudobin’s glove side, inducing the goalie to leave his skates as well, then flipped the puck into the net for the winner.

“I feel like everyone was just sliding at me and the whole time I wanted to pass,” Seguin said Monday after his goal with a delayed penalty man-advantage gave the Dallas Stars a 3-2 victory against the Boston Bruins.

“I was just kind of looking for the right play and just kept holding it,” said Seguin, a former Bruins first-round draft pick. “I just kind of shot it and luckily it went in.”

Stephen Johns and Alexander Radulov also scored for Dallas, and Kari Lehtonen stopped 30 shots.

Khudobin made 29 saves. Zdeno Chara and Ryan Spooner scored as Boston rallied from a 2-0 deficit to send the game to overtime and earn a point for the 13th consecutive game.

The Bruins haven’t lost in regulation since Dec. 14.

“It’s not easy to get a point in this league,” forward Patrice Bergeron said, “so you take the points. And the character we’ve shown, that’s a positive.”

Chara scored in the second period and Spooner tied it midway through the third. It was still 2-2 with about three minutes left in overtime when Matt Grzelcyk of Boston took down John Klingberg with a two-handed shove behind the Dallas net.

The referee signaled for a delayed penalty, the Stars pulled Lehtonen for an extra skater and spent the next minute holding the puck. With 2:01 left, Seguin skated across the middle and beat Khudobin.

The Stars took the lead about four minutes into the second period when Johns scored from the left circle to finish a four-man rush. They made it 2-0 when Jamie Benn won a faceoff and put a shot off Khudobin’s left pad. It bounced right to Radulov in the slot, who flipped it over to his backhand and put it in the net.

But Chara’s slap shot made it 2-1 with less than three minutes left in the second. Spooner tied it midway through the third.

“We definitely showed some character coming back,” Bergeron said. “(But we) definitely want to stay away from that. It’s the wrong way to approach games.”

AVALANCHE 3, DUCKS 1: Nathan MacKinnon kept up his torrid home scoring with a goal, Jonathan Bernier stopped 33 shots and Colorado won at Denver for its seventh straight win.

SHARKS 4, KINGS 1: Chris Tierney had a goal and an assist, and Martin Jones made 35 saves as visiting San Jose beat Los Angeles for the third straight time.

ISLANDERS 5, CANADIENS 4: John Tavares scored two goals, the second winning it at 1:51 of overtime for New York at Montreal.