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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Beat Penguins 3-2; Jim Nill Talks Johnny Oduya Trade

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The Stars rallied for a win last night. Plus, Johnny Oduya is back in Chicago, and the trade deadline is today.

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Despite trailing after two periods, the Stars rallied in the third frame to defeat the Penguins 3-2.

Here’s the game-winning goal from Antoine Roussel.

And here’s what Brett Ritchie had to say about the victory.

The team’s win came shortly after the news that Johnny Oduya was traded back to the Blackhawks for forward Mark McNeill and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2018. GM Jim Nill explained the rationale for trading Oduya and how his injury affected that.

On trading Oduya

"Well, Johnny's a UFA and with the situation of our team I think it's important for us to get the most assets we can. Johnny's been a great warrior for us the year and a half he's been here. It gives him an opportunity to go to Chicago. They're in the playoffs and for us, it gave us some assets for down the road."

There’s more from Nill on the trade at the link. [SportsDayDFW]

The trade deadline is today at 2 p.m. CST, so make sure you hide all your favorite players until then. (Matt Duchene understands your stress.)

We should be getting an update on Patrick Sharp today.

With Jordie Benn and Johnny Oduya gone, this could be a chance for younger players to step up, Mike Heika says. [SportsDayDFW]

Here’s Jamie Benn on seeing Jordie head to Montreal.

And speaking of trades to Montreal, former Dallas Star Steve Ott is now a Canadien.

The Canadiens also sent center David Desharnais to the Oilers in exchange for defenseman Brandon Davidson. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]

The Flames placed former Star Jyrki Jokipakka on waivers yesterday. [Matchsticks and Gasoline]

Here’s a look at what’s going on in the goalie trade market. [Sportsnet]

Newly minted Star Greg Pateryn talks about what he hopes he can bring to the team.

Former Canucks forward Jannik Hansen is on his way to San Jose. [NHL]

The Rangers added Brendan Smith to their lineup by sending 2018 second- and third-round picks to the Red Wings. [TSN]

Long-time Kings broadcaster Bob Miller is expected to announce his retirement today. [LA Times]

General managers around the league have some tough questions to ask before the trade deadline. [Sportsnet]

Coyotes center Alexander Burmistrov is reportedly doing well after he was hospitalized after being hit by the Bruins’ Colin Miller. [TSN]

The Capitals are going all in this year, and an early playoff exit would be devastating. [The Hockey News]

Also at THN, Matt Larkin breaks down why the Blues sent Kevin Shattenkirk to D.C. [THN]

And finally, Radek Faksa chats with Mike Heika.