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NHL Playoffs: The Stars Hold Up and Play Game Seven

NHL Playoffs: The Stars Hold Up and Play Game Seven

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DALLAS – Jake Oettinger blocked 36 shots and the Dallas Stars finished off the game by defeating the Calgary Flames 4-2 on Friday night.

Oettinger once again delivered the star’s best performance and maintained his strength in the third inning. He has not allowed more than three goals in six matches since the start of this series.

The stars tied the game 3-3 and Game 7 will be played on Sunday night in Calgary.

Rob Hintz and Michael Raffel scored a goal and assist for Dallas. Miro Heskanen and Tyler Seguin completed the scoring in the empty net.

Michael Stone had a goal and an assist in his first two points of the streak. Mikael Backlund is the only other Flames player to have beaten Oettinger.

Jacob Markstrom also made several important saves, but this time he lost a duel against him. The Swede also saved 36 pucks.

The Flames entered their first period with a knife between their teeth and the stars weathered the storm until they opened the scoring.

Defender Oliver Killington tried to free him, but his wand broke. The Stars counterattack began and Joe Pavlesky left the disc behind Hintz, who evaded Markstrom’s wake between the podiums. Goalkeeper Flames seemed to lack focus on the line.

Kylington was once again in the center of the action, but this time in the second period. He lost his one-on-one fight in the middle of the Flames and Joel Kiviranta managed to fire two bullets at Markstrom. It was Ravel, in the second wave, who finally reached the goal.

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However, The Flames rolled up their sleeves and scored two goals in less than four minutes. During the three-to-one climb, Johnny Goudreau was patient and waited until the last minute before handing the disc to Stone, who bridged the gap. Stone then had an assist when he set up Backlund’s goal, which beat Oettinger by one timer from the right circle.

The stars regained the lead before the end of the second half. Radek hatched passed the disc to Heiskanen at the fulcrum. The Finnish defender applied the brakes to bring down Matthew Tkachuk and fired a shot in the wrist that Markstrom did not stop.

Hintz beats Markstrom on hole 5

Perfect organization by Gaudreau

Heiskanen slips into the hole and scores

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