Dallas Stars Game Recaps
Matej Blumel scores a hat trick. Everyone gets sprinkles.
Dallas eliminates four one goal deficits, then finish off the victory on the power play.
After promising start, Stars wilt under Toronto pressure.
Oettinger was pulled halfway through after allowing 4 goals on 19 shots.
Don’t let the score fool you — this was a fun game to watch.
The Stars’ backup goaltender set a franchise record for most saves in their team debut.
Jamie Benn, Denis Gurianov, and Tyler Seguin each scored to give Dallas a much needed win.
It was a bit too close for comfort, but the Stars snapped their losing streak thanks to Jason Robertson and Tyler Seguin.
Riley Damiani scored the Stars’ lone goal in his NHL debut, followed by four unanswered goals against.
Luke Glendening earned the Stars’ only goal as their old, bad habits came back to haunt them.
Jacob Peterson opened the scoring with his first NHL goal and Miro Heiskanen ended it with his first overtime goal.
A Nashville loss means there’s still hope for Dallas, but not much.
They’ve earned five of six available points since Thursday. But their inability to put the Preds away could haunt them.
Both Blake Comeau and the Stars’ power play scored twice, keeping them hanging on in the playoff race.
Overcoming a 3-1 deficit in the final minutes, Dallas forced overtime but ultimately failed to secure the win.
But at least Anton Khudobin exists.
The Stars’ losing streak continues with a 5-3 loss to the Hurricanes. The loss extends the streak to four games, and is the club’s third straight home loss in an eight-game homestand.
It was a better all-around effort tonight, but the Stars’ defensive woes made a fatal mistake in surrendering the lead late in the period. Also donde esta el power play?