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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Rally to Beat Wild in Overtime

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Down three goals? Well, that's no problem for the Stars. Plus, the role of agitators in the NHL, and which players you most want on the ice in overtime.

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Just when you were ready to turn off the TV (or change it over to college football), Alex Goligoski scored. Next up, a short-handed Jamie Benn found the back of the net. And then, cool as you please, John Klingberg tied the game, and the Stars went on to beat the Wild 4-3 in overtime—courtesy of a Tyler Seguin goal.

After the game, Seguin sounded off on the team's rally and the Stars' newfound ability to stay patient when the shots aren't going their way.

"Right down to the wire, we competed hard," Seguin said. "In the past, we got really frustrated. This year, we've been able to stay a lot more patient. It's a message that has been spoken loudly."

Coach Lindy Ruff also shared his thoughts on the win.

For more on Dallas' 19th(!) win of the season, including comments from Jamie Benn and Alex Goligoski, head over to the link. [SportsDayDFW]

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Hey. In case you needed a reminder:

If you're not quite ready to move on from the comeback, you can listen to Razor's riveting take on the rally.

Chris Creamer of sportslogos.net and Chris Smith of icethetics.info share how their stories and favorite jerseys, which means the Stars' Victory Green jerseys get a little love. [The Hockey News]

Meanwhile, Devin Shore continues to light it up for the Texas Stars.

Agitators—from Bruins forward Zac Rinaldo to the Stars' own Antoine Roussel—have taken over the roles previously held by enforcers. [Sports Illustrated]

Canadiens goaltender Carey Price is undergoing tests for a knee injury, but will reportedly be sidelined for a month. [NHL]

Brandon Dubinsky missed the Blue Jackets' game against the Blues last night after his hit on Sidney Crosby.

Sabres defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo is reportedly being treated for a "dented trachea" after being cross-checked by Nashville's Viktor Arvidsson. [The Hockey News]

From Jaromir Jagr to Patrick Roy, the players you'd most like to have on the ice when a game goes into overtime. [Sportsnet]

Over at CBS Sports, Adam Gretz says the league is dragging its heels when it comes to doing more to prevent late hits. [CBS Sports]

With a goal against the Kings last night, Patrick Kane made a little history.

Forget having to ask whether a hot dog is a sandwich. Thanks to Rangers coach Alain Vigneault, you can now start a debate by asking people whether they'd rather have Henrik Lundqvist or Brad Marchand as a son. [TSN]

And while we're talking about controversial comments made by coaches...

Sean McIndoe walks us through a few funny moments, an obscure former NHLer, and more in his weekly grab bag. [ESPN]

After leading the league in goals per game last season, the Lightning have had found it much harder to light the lamp this year. Here's why. [Sportsnet]

This just in: Evgeni Malkin is good at hockey.

The Los Angeles Kings are angling to host the 2017 All-Star Game. [LA Kings Insider]

How much should age factor into voting for the Calder Trophy? (Quick shout out to 1989-90's winner: 31-year-old Sergei Makarov.) [The Hockey News]

And finally, being a ref is a tough gig.