- On Friday, the Dallas Stars defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in overtime. Late in overtime, Jason Robertson scored his 3rd goal of the game.
- Gurianov’s screened shot from the point beat Hellebuyck with 4:32 left in the third period to tie the game 3-3 for Dallas.
- Connor pounced on an Evgeny Svechnikov rebound at the 1:21 mark and deflected the puck past Holtby off a Dallas defenseman.
On Friday, the Dallas Stars beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in overtime. Jason Robertson scored his third goal of the game late in overtime.
The Stars’ other goal came late in the third period when Denis Gurianov tied the game (31-20-3).
In net, Braden Holtby made 39 saves to earn the victory.
The Jets (24-21-10) got two goals from Paul Stastny and Kyle Connor.
For Winnipeg, goalkeeper Connor Hellebuyck made 30 saves.
With 4:32 left in the 3rd period, Gurianov’s screened shot from the point beat Hellebuyck to tie the game 3-3 for Dallas. Jamie Benn and Ryan Suter of the defense helped out.
At 12:19 of the third period, Stastny converted a pass from Blake Wheeler from behind the net to give the Jets a 3-2 lead.
Early in the 3rd period, Winnipeg tied the game 2-2.
At the 1:21 mark, Connor pounced on an Evgeny Svechnikov rebound and deflected the puck past Holtby off a Dallas defenseman. Pierre-Luc Dubois, a forward, also contributed.
In the third period, the Stars had a 2-1 lead. The Stars had a two-on-one after forward Nikolaj Ehlers fell within the Dallas blue line. At 19:09 of the second period, Robertson converted a backhand shot after receiving a pass from defenceman Thomas Harley.
On a second-period power play, Stastny tied the game at 1-1. With Stars forward Riley Tufte off for slashing at 13:23, he converted a beautiful pass from Andrew Copp. Ehlers also lent a hand.
At 5:23 of the first period, the Stars scored their first goal. Robertson took a pass from Suter at the point, deked Hellebuyck to the ice, as well as slid a backhand into an empty net. Joe Pavelski, a forward, also helped out.
The game was Winnipeg’s second four-game homestand, with the New York Rangers visiting on Sunday.
On Sunday, the Stars will face the Wild in Minnesota.
Source: CBC News
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