If you’d told Colton Sceviour at the beginning of the season that he would be leading the league in goals at the All-Star break, he might have given you a quizzical look.
“Obviously, I would have been fine with that,” said Sceviour, laughing. “It's not something that I expected to happen. The first few years, I scored a few goals here and there but never at the pace I have this year. It's a welcome change, and I can't complain about it.”
The fifth-year winger has played all of his professional seasons in the Dallas Stars organization, including 335 regular-season games in the gold and green of the Texas Stars. He leads the franchise in games played, having been a staple in the forward corps since his rookie season of 2009-10, which was also the Stars’ inaugural season in Cedar Park.
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