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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Whose Goal Is It Anyways?

It’s the game where everything was made up and the # of career goals kind of matters. Plus, interviews from last night’s loss, Bobby Ryan has an incredible night, and more.

Dallas Stars v Boston Bruins Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

In last night’s 4-3 loss against the Boston Bruins, the Dallas Stars opened the scoring with a goal by John Klingberg:

Wait, scratch that — turns out it was actually Jamie Benn who scored:

Err, or maybe not? Later in the game, the goal was given back to Klingberg, something Benn himself agreed with:

So there we have it — Benn is still looking for career goal 300... or at least he was until about an hour and a half after the game:

So now the real question is: as you’re reading this, is it still Benn’s goal? Or is it Klingberg’s again? Schrodinger’s? Honestly I’m not sure anyone knows, except for maybe Benn:


Stars Stories

Here’s what the captain himself had to say about the game as a whole:

Here’s Miro Heiskanen, who had an incredible shift near the end to put the Stars within one:

...and here’s the interim head coach, Rick Bowness:

Sean Shapiro talks goalies and little else in his latest mailbag:


League Links

Fun fact: the Stars were the only Central Division team to lose last night. Doesn’t that make you feel great?

The story of the night in the NHL was Bobby Ryan, who scored a hat trick in his first home game since returning from the NHL/NHLPA’s assistance program:

You’ve heard plenty about which teams “won” the deadline, but what about the players?

Speaking of the deadline, here’s a look into what late February is like for NHL equipment managers:

I wouldn’t exactly call the Vegas Golden Knights a member of the “sad club,” but they do have a strong chance at winning their first Stanley Cup:

Finally, not all of the Toronto Maple Leafs media suddenly hate the “EBUG” — James Mirtle defends the emergency backup goalie rule: