If you're trying to figure out the Dallas Stars recent success, look no further than their skate laces.
With their win against the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday, the Stars improved to 2-0 while wearing yellow laces and they are going to let it ride as folks in Vegas might say.
The Stars first donned the laces Friday on Jere Lehtinen's number-retirement night. Lehtinen wore yellow ties for much of his 14-season, 875-game tenure in Dallas, and the Stars defeated the Calgary Flames 6-4.
They kept with the trend at T-Mobile Arena, where the Golden Knights had won nine of their first home games, but the glorious boot ties paid off yet again as the Stars won 3-0 thanks in part to Radek Faksa's hat trick.
Hockey players are a superstitious lot, so we should expect to see the yellow laces as long as the Stars are winning.
Photo Credit: Sean Berry