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Defending Big D Nov 29, 2015

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Rally to Beat Wild in Overtime

Down three goals? Well, that's no problem for the Stars. Plus, the role of agitators in the NHL, and which players you most want on the ice in overtime. Just when you were ready to turn off the TV (or change it over to college football), Alex Goligoski scored. Next up, a short-handed Jamie Benn found the back of the net. And then, cool as you please, John Klingberg tied the game, and the Stars went on to beat the Wild 4-3 in overtime—courtesy of a Tyler Seguin goal. After the game, Seguin sounded off on the team's rally and the Stars' newfound ability to stay patient when the shots...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Nov 28, 2015
Wild blow three-goal lead, lose to Stars in OT

Wild blow three-goal lead, lose to Stars in OT

The final goal, off the backhand side of Tyler Seguin's stick, slipped past a diving Darcy Kuemper and into the back of the net, a fourth goal past Kuemper in less than 20 minutes of game action. The last one, 3 minutes, 57 seconds into overtime, sent the Dallas Stars onto the ice at Xcel Energy Center in celebration.
Defending Big D Nov 28, 2015

Dallas Stars Complete Miraculous 4-3 Comeback Win Over Minnesota Wild

That's one win that likely won't soon be forgotten Head coach Lindy Ruff hit the button on the line blender in the second period and that turned out to be the turning point. The Stars, down 3-0 at that point and getting badly outplayed, immediately took full control of the game and stormed back for an incredible 4-3 overtime victory over the Minnesota Wild. Tyler Seguin scored the game-winner in 3-on-3 extra time, while Alex Goligoski, Jamie Benn and John Klingberg also found the net. Seguin, Benn, Klingberg and Cody Eakin all finished with two points. Anitti Niemi, making his second start...

Wild coughs up three-goal third-period lead, loses to Dallas in OT

Minnesoya gave up 19 second-period shots, three third-period goals and ultimately a Tyler Seguin overtime winner with 63 seconds left as the Wild crumbled for a 4-3 home loss.
Defending Big D Nov 28, 2015

Game Preview: Dallas Stars @ Minnesota Wild (7:00pm CST)

Another shot at the Central Division and separation awaits the Stars, but it's the second night of a back-to-back after a long night in Dallas. The Dallas Stars escaped with their hockey-lives and two points after an uneven and penalty filled affair at the American Airlines Center last night against the Vancouver Canucks. Tyler Seguin and Antti Niemi, and their friend Antti Niemi saved the day as the Stars squeezed a 3-2 win despite not scoring an even-strength goal for the first time all season. They went quickly to Love Field and took off in the middle of the storm most of us have been...
Defending Big D Nov 28, 2015

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Made Statement With Shootout Win Against Canucks, Says Mike Heika

The team found yet another way to win as Tyler Seguin put the sprinkles on last night's victory. Plus, why the NHL should get in on the Thanksgiving game action, and why Star Wars Night is the gift that keeps on giving. The Dallas Stars battled. It was a heck of a statement game for a team that has had plenty of them this season, and it was the fifth time this season this group has toughened up and refused to lose two games in a row. "It wasn't pretty tonight, but at times we were playing well," said Stars captain Jamie Benn. "The biggest thing is we found a way to win and get two...
Defending Big D Nov 19, 2015

Jason Spezza's Third Period Goal Gives Dallas Stars 3-2 Win Over Washington Capitals

On the night Alex Ovechkin became the leading Russian-born goal scorer of all time in the NHL, it was the Stars who got the third-period go-ahead goal for their 16th win of the season. It wasn't always pretty (okay, it wasn't pretty at all for most of it), but the Dallas Stars were able to put together just enough offense and hold on the final frantic minutes for yet another early-season victory, this time 3-2 over the Washington Capitals. The Stars opened the scoring after a beautiful zone entry led to an unmarked shot from the low slot from Tyler Seguin. Patrick Sharp was just about as...
Japers' Rink Nov 19, 2015

Capitals vs. Stars Second Period Thread

Tyler Seguin scored early in the period on a play that Washington challenged for goalie interference. Day follows night and the Capitals lost the challenge. Nicklas Backstrom got it back for the good guys with 2:20 left on a heads-up rebound goal. We're all tied up at 1-1 after the first. OH OH OHHHH — CAPITALS HILL (@CapitalsHill) November 20, 2015 Second period ahead... Tweets from @JapersRink/tweet-tweeters
Hockey Wilderness Nov 15, 2015

Wild slow down Stars' stars, can't contain Klingberg

When the WIld and the Stars clashed in the Norm Green classic, they had a lot of things to worry about. The one thing they didn't expect to have to contend with was their defense coming alive. If I had taken a poll of fans of the Minnesota Wild last night, asking what is the biggest concern about the team heading into their game against the Dallas Stars, I would have gotten some good interesting answers. Some people might have looked at the high-scoring Stars and said "limiting Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin to only two goals apiece."  Other might have reasonably looked at the Wild...
Defending Big D Nov 12, 2015

Dallas Stars Daily Links: The NHL's Goal Is To Have More Goals

The NHL says it's looking into ways to increase scoring. Plus, Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn continue to be one of the league's most dangerous duos, and a sneak peek of the Stars' upcoming calendar. When NHL general managers met on Tuesday, they discussed, among other things, possible ways to increase scoring in the league. And while—as Kathleen pointed out in yesterday's links—they're not exactly in a hurry to implement any changes, people have been sounding off on the best ways bump up the number of goals. The most popular suggestion seems to be making nets bigger, but Sportsnet's...
Toronto Star Nov 9, 2015
Maple Leafs-Dallas Stars: Game preview

Maple Leafs-Dallas Stars: Game preview

Tyler Seguin is the hottest sniper in the NHL, currently tied with Patrick Kane for leading scorer, both with 23 points.
Defending Big D Nov 9, 2015

Dallas Stars Prospect Update: Brett Pollock Has Four Point Week

How have the Dallas Stars prospects done in this past week of hockey? Defending Big D is committed to to giving you weekly updates as their seasons progress. North American Juniors and NCAA OHL Alex Peters did not play this week for the Flint Firebirds. Chris Martenet only played the single game for the London Knights. He went pointless in a 9-2 win against the Guelph Storm on Friday. Aaron Hayden got his first point of the year this week for the Niagara IceDogs. He got his assist during a 5-4 win against the Windsor Spitfires on Thursday. His assist came on the game winning goal....
Defending Big D Nov 9, 2015

This Week in Dallas Stars Hockey: The Train Rolls On

The Stars took six of eight possible points on an East Coast road trip last week. Dallas will look to keep the train rolling with games against the Maple Leafs and division rivals Winnipeg and Minnesota. For stretches of time, the Dallas Stars have lost portions of a lot of games this year. But what has made this team different from years past is their ability to grind out victories when the ice is tilted against them. This team looks very good right now. Valeri Nichushkin got off the schneid Sunday in Detroit and has continued to improve every game. His play early in the season looked...

NHL's 3 stars: Patrick Kane, Tyler Seguin and Mike Condon

NHLs 3 stars: Patrick Kane, Tyler Seguin and Mike Condon
Defending Big D Nov 9, 2015

Dallas Stars Forward Tyler Seguin Named NHL's Second Star of the Week

It's the second such honor for the Stars forward this season, this time after he moved into the early-season lead in the Art Ross Race. Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin has picked up another weekly honor from the NHL as he was named the second star of the week for the first week of November on Monday. Alongside partner in hockey crime Jamie Benn, Seguin continued his romp through the Eastern Conference with four goals and seven points in four games to move him to a tie atop the NHL lead in points. The highlight of his week was the hat trick against the Boston Bruins, his first goals at TD...

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    Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Rally to Beat Wild in Overtime

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  • John Klingberg

    Dallas Stars Daily Links: The Stars' Offense Is "Absolutely Terrifying" This Year

  • Jason Spezza

    Capitals fall to Stars, 3-2, as Ovechkin sets Russian NHL goals record