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Sports Dallas Stars stay alive in Stanley Cup final, beat Tampa Bay 3-2 in double OT

13:26  27 september  2020
13:26  27 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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EDMONTON — The Dallas Stars are still alive in the Stanley Cup final, lead by two veterans who are simply refusing to let them lose.

Corey Perry, age 35, scored two goals, including the winner in double overtime, to give the Stars a 3-2 win Saturday over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup final, forcing Game 6 Monday night.

Perry jammed the puck past Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy at the 9:23 mark of the second extra period — but overtime only came after Stars centre Joe Pavelski, age 36, scored his team-leading 13th playoff goal late in the third period to tie the game at 2-2.

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Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Dallas Stars is in the books, and the Lightning win 5- 2 to take a 2 -1 series lead. But the Dallas bench was also alive in this first period and Jason Dickinson's shorthanded goal that cut the lead to 2 -1 brought some major noise

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Both players were signed as free agents by Dallas general manager Jim Nill this past off-season to give the Dallas some extra offensive oomph and veteran leadership.

"I scored the winner but it could have been anybody," said Perry.

"I thought our team game was pretty good. We had a lot of guys, they're in the fight. That's what we're asking for."

Tampa Bay still leads the best-of-seven series 3-2.

The Stars looked finished in the first overtime, running around in their own end and getting outshot 7-2.

Stars centre Tyler Seguin said Perry, with 14 seasons and a Stanley Cup win in Anaheim, and Pavelski — 13 years and a Stanley Cup appearance with San Jose — delivered the message in the intermission.

"(They're) guys that have been there that know how hard it is to get to these moments and don't want to have any regrets," said Seguin.

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Jordan Eberle scored the game winner in double overtime, finishing off a two-on-one break with Anders Lee as the New York Islanders staved off playoff elimination by beating the Tampa Bay Game 6 will be Thursday in Edmonton with a berth in the Stanley Cup finals against the Dallas Stars up for grabs.

"The biggest switch for us tonight was those guys talking in the dressing room about having to go for this. We can't be sitting back and hoping to win.

"I think that's when you saw the change to the second overtime when we started going after them."

Dallas head coach Rick Bowness acknowledged that Perry is an uber-agitator that opponents love to hate.

"You love him on your team. I coached against him long enough and I know he's a pain in the butt, and that's where he is so effective," said Bowness.

"You can see his puck skills and you can see how competitive he is. You get him below the tops of the (face-off) circles around their net, he is one tough guy to handle."

Dallas goalie Anton Khudobin made 39 saves for his 14th win of the playoffs, just 20 hours after he faced 35 shots in a Game 4 loss to the Lightning.

Ondrej Palat, with his 11th goal of the post-season, and Mikhail Sergachev replied for Tampa Bay.

Dallas Stars stay alive in Stanley Cup final, beat Tampa Bay 3-2 in double OT

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Vasilevskiy, also coming off a quick turnaround after Tampa's Game 4 overtime win, stopped 30 shots but took the loss and is now 17-7 in the post-season.

"It obviously not the outcome you want, but we knew it was going to be a hard series," said Tampa defenceman Victor Hedman.

"We had some good looks in overtime and throughout the game, but it wasn't our night."

Dallas opened and finished the scoring.

Perry made it 1-0 late in the first period, taking advantage when Sergachev was winded in a collision with Alexander Radulov.

Sergachev was doubled over and couldn't get off the ice, and Perry scooped up a loose puck in the slot and wristed it over Vasilevskiy's blocker-side shoulder.

Palat tied it less than five minutes into the second period, taking a dish pass from Nikita Kucherov, swooping around Dallas defender Esa Lindell, cutting across the front of the net and slipping the puck past Khudobin.

The Lightning took the lead early in the third when Sergachev fired a slapshot through traffic past Khudobin. Pavelski replied with less than seven minutes to go, burying the rebound off a Miro Heiskanen point shot.

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Jordan Eberle scored the game winner in double overtime, finishing off a two-on-one break with Anders Lee as the New York Islanders staved off playoff elimination Game 6 will be today in Edmonton with a berth in the Stanley Cup finals against the Dallas Stars up for grabs. Game seven, if necessary, is

Bowness says Dallas ' lack of faceoff wins early in Game 2 gave Tampa Bay 's best players energy to feed off. To Bowness, it made perfect sense. Tampa Bat earned its three first-period power plays because it controlled the puck and made the Stars chase.

The Stars won despite mounting injury woes.

Justin Dowling played in his first playoff game for Roope Hintz, who fell awkwardly into the boards in Game 4. The Stars were also without Radek Faksa and Blake Comeau, making it three of their key two-way forwards and penalty killers.

All games are being played in front of no spectators at Rogers Place. Players are also isolated between games to prevent contracting the coronavirus.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 26, 2020.

Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press


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