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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Ducks Beat Predators, Tie Series at One

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The Ducks beat the Predators 5-3. Plus, a look at the Senators’ success in overtime, and the players you love to hate.

NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Nashville Predators at Anaheim Ducks Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Although the Predators took a 2-0 lead early in Game 2 of the Western Conference Final, a goal in the final minute of the first got the Ducks on the board.

In the end, the Ducks emerged victorious, picking up a 5-3 win and knotting the series at one game apiece. Nick Ritchie, Brett Ritchie’s brother, also scored a goal in the game.

There’s more on the game at the link. [On the Forecheck]

The Senators’ overtime success is reminiscent of another playoff team: the ’93 Canadiens. [TSN]

Over at Sportsnet, Ryan Dixon explores how David Poile and the Predators set up ther playoff run. [Sportsnet]

In Texas hockey news, the Lone Star Brahmas won the Robertson Cup.

From the Kings in 2012 to the Red Wings in 1997, the five most dominant Stanley Cup runs in NHL history. [The Hockey News]

Craig Anderson reflects on his family and the struggles they’ve faced this season.

Which players still in the playoffs are the ones you love to hate the most? [ESPN]

If you’re Ryan Johanson, the answer is Ryan Kesler.

A eulogy for the 2016-17 Capitals. [Puck Daddy]

And finally, Brent Burns is making the most of his offseason.