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It took a Patrick Eaves hat trick to be the buffer for what would end up being a solid team effort against the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Dallas Stars make it 4-1 in the season series against the Minnesota Wild with a thrilling, if awkward overtime victory by John Klingberg after a stellar Kari Lehtonen performance.
The Dallas Stars have yet to break from their slump, and for the first period, it appeared the emperor was wearing no clothes. A valiant third period had enough value to redeem the some of the bad play in recent weeks. Unfortunately it didn't register in the win/loss column.
It wasn't a great night for the Dallas Stars as the Calgary Flames extended their winning streak to seven with Johnny Oduya as the lone goal scorer.
It took a lot of line combinations and the exquisite play of Valeri Nichushkin to play a solid 60 minutes against the Vancouver Canucks for the 20th win just 26 games into the 2015-2016 Dallas Stars season.
The Dallas Stars ended up on the receiving end of the rope-a-dope this time, giving up a three goal lead to the Calgary Flames. The game ended in a shootout after the Stars were shutdown in 3v3. The silver lining? They're 19-5-1.
The Dallas Stars had to come back from a three goal deficit going into the third and final period to beat the Minnesota Wild, and they did, scoring four unanswered goals in order to climax with Seguin, Benn, and Klingberg once again. This team...
The Dallas Stars hung on to beat the Vancouver Canucks in the shootout despite some of the worst refereeing ever seen this season. They now have yet to lose consecutive games already a quarter of the way through the season.