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Stars erase 3-goal deficit in 3rd, beat Blackhawks 6-4

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Dallas — – Jason Robertson It was just a footnote on the night he tied Dallas’ record in points for back-to-back games.

A rally that makes history can do that.

Radek Faxa Scored with 1:33 remaining, The Stars closed the gap by three in the final ten minutes win 6-4 chicago blackhawks on wednesday night.

After conceding a goal at 9:37 in the third to fall behind 4-1, Dallas became the first team in NHL history to win regulation by at least three goals behind. statistics.

“They’re memorable either way, but especially when they’re on the far right,” said Stars first-year coach Pete DeBoer. ”

As for Robertson, he scored the first goal of the game and scored points in 13 straight games, and after moving from Minnesota in 1993, he tied with Dave Gagner from the first season the franchise was in Texas. I got

Robertson then scored for the final time on an empty netter, ending the Stars’ five-goal third.

By that point, the crowd was already in delirium, witnessing the first recovery from a three-goal deficit in the third period in the NHL this season, and the Stars’ first recovery since 2015-16. I was.

“When you’re on the road like that and the crowd is rolling in and the team is gaining momentum, it’s hard to stop,” said Chicago. Seth Jones, he scored in the second period of three goals against his hometown team to erase a 1–0 deficit. “We just have to find a way to calm down.”

Less than a minute after Maxi Domi led the Blackhawks 4-1, the captain Jamie Benn Domi scored for Dallas on a power play after being called for tripping.

After about 4 minutes, mason marchment When Thai Delandrea Scored 14 seconds apart to even out the stars.

Dallas probably stayed calm in overtime, but Faxer sent a rebound to the net From an almost impossible angle along the goal line for the last two minutes.

Faxa raised his arm as if he had scored, but play continued. It was quickly stopped and replays showed the puck creeping underfoot. Petr Murazek Crossed the goal line before being swept by the Chicago forwards Jason Dickinson.

“I was a little behind the finish line, so I wasn’t sure,” Faxa said. When I got to the bench at , they said they were in.”

After Jones’ win over Chicago Andreas Attanasiu When connor murphy They pushed the lead to 3-1 in the second inning.captain Jonathan Towes Murphy’s goal marked his 500th career assist.

The Central Division leaders beat the Blackhawks 22-5 in the third round, but the pressure didn’t seem too great after Domi scored his fifth goal of the season.

Chicago coach Luke Richardson said, “We didn’t have the same work ethic, we didn’t try to uphold it, we were a little hunched over.” And it was probably something else.”

Robertson’s roll

Robertson, the third-leading goalscorer in the NHL, has 16 goals overall and 14 on a winning streak. The 23-year-old has 10 assists during his run.

Four players from the Minnesota era of the franchise had longer streaks, including Brian Bellows’ record 20 gamers in 1986.

take an exception

dallas defense Jani Hakamper Retaliation was immediate after the Chicago incident Jared Tinoldi I leveled Delandrea with a crunch hit near the first center ice.

Hakamper pushed Tinoldi from behind as they both skated into Dallas’ offensive zone, where he dropped his glove and traded several punches.

Came back

It was Jones’ first game since October 29th.

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The Blackhawks: A three-game homestand begins Friday against Montreal.

The Stars: Dallas will welcome former coach Rick Bowness for the first time since his offseason departure when Winnipeg visits Friday. Bowness missed the Jets’ first trip to Texas due to COVID-19.

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