Bishop exits with injury after shutout streak sets Stars record
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Ben Bishop's big night ended prematurely.

The Dallas Stars goaltender was forced to leave Thursday's contest against the Minnesota Wild in the second period with what the Stars called a lower-body injury. He did not return.

After the game, Stars head coach Jim Montgomery said Bishop is day-to-day and the club will know more Friday, according to The Athletic's Sean Shapiro.

Before departing, the veteran netminder set a franchise record with his ongoing shutout streak, which now stands at 230 minutes, 53 seconds. He passed Ed Belfour, who established the previous team-best mark of 219:26 in 2000.

Bishop stopped all seven shots he faced Thursday night. He hasn't allowed a goal since March 2 against the St. Louis Blues, posting shutouts in each of his previous three games.

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