Schultz's first goal came just 3:34 into the game. The second, about nine minutes later, gave him 16 this season.
“We worked a lot harder tonight,” the rookie defenseman said. “I think it was one of our better games all year. After last night (Friday), we had to take a good look in the mirror, look at the film and see what we did wrong. The boys are happy to get that win.”
Tyler Pitlick and Mark Arcobello added goals in the second and third periods, respectively, for Oklahoma City. Reilly Smith scored both Texas goals, one even strength and the other on the power play. The latter drew the Stars (15-9-4) within 5-2.
“It just comes down to hard work,” Nelson said. “The skill guys — it doesn't matter how much talent you have on your team. Everybody did not come out and have a good night on Friday. Tonight, everyone came out and had a good night.”