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Catch highlights on all six Dallas goals from last night’s game. Plus, updates from Cedar Park, some former Humboldt Broncos return to the ice, and more.

NHL: Ottawa Senators at Dallas Stars
He’s watching you, Val. always watching...
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You’ve probably read all about the Dallas Stars 6-4 victory over the Ottawa Senators from last night. So let’s just skip straight to what everyone wants to see: highlights!

First up, here’s Jamie Benn opening the scoring for the Stars halfway through the first to make it 1-1:

12 minutes into the first, rookie sensation Miro Heiskanen tied the game up once again with this cannon:

Taylor Fedun got the call-up today, so of course he decided to show off to his new teammates by taking the lead:

Near the start of the third period, Heiskanen got his second of the night. Man, can you imagine what it would feel like to be a huge Heiskanen fan and miss the game where he scores twice? Good thing that’s not me, hahaha amirite?

Not much later, Comeau put this one all but out of reach with a tip for his second of the season:

Ottawa clawed back with two more goals of their own, but Gavin Bayreuther put the game away with his first NHL goal on an empty-netter:

Here’s what head coach Jim Mongtomery had to say about the game:


Other Stars News

The Texas Stars were also scored on four times, but didn’t score quite as much as Dallas:

Here’s the breakdown of the first of a three-game series against the Rampage: [100 Degree Hockey]

In reference to the Stars humbling loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins:


Central Census

It was a very, very busy in the NHL yesterday with 26 teams playing, including all seven from the Central:

For context, the Stars would be 3rd in the Pacific and one win away from T-1st. Alas, they are in the Central:


Around the League

An interview with Jim Montgomery gets a shoutout in Greg Wyshnyski’s “Wysh List”: [ESPN]

Well this... is a thing that’s happening:

Here are five offseason acquisitions that have made a huge impact on their new teams: [The Hockey News]

Ever wonder what Antoine Roussel is up to these days?

DownGoesBrown tackles the NHL’s approach to a possible 2020 lockout and more in his latest Grab Bag: [The Athletic]


Finally...

Heartworm is bad. Having your heart warmed, however, is very good: