The NHL matchup between the Dallas Stars and the Winnipeg Jets takes place at the American Airlines Center (Dallas) on Thursday night.
The NHL matchup between the Dallas Stars and the Winnipeg Jets takes place at the American Airlines Center (Dallas) on Thursday night. Well, that was one way to start the Thanksgiving celebration, with the Dallas Stars going into the third period 4-1 down. The Stars scored five unanswered goals in the final eight minutes of the game to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks 6–4. It was the second game in franchise history to rally to score three goals. If you were at the game, I might get a little jealous of you. Let’s take a look at the three points from last night’s game against the Blackhawks. Stars probably got the biggest break when Max Domi took a penalty and Stars made a power play.
Ben flicked one of his into the net and the lead he was able to cut in two. It was a moment when I thought the flow of the game had changed. The Stars felt they had a chance to return to the game after the goal. Mason Marchment proved it when he scored and kept him within one. Jake Ettinger didn’t play well against the Blackhawks. After the second period, we can see he’s down by three goals. He’s usually the scapegoat when the defense is playing really bad games when he starts. The Stars stepped up in the third period and gave him the win.
This is the first time the team has come together to win the season. Robertson is off to a very good start to the season. After scoring two goals against the Blackhawks, Robertson surpassed Patrick Sharp’s streak of 12 points. He is currently tied with Dave Gagner on 13 points and has a star record to break against the Jets. The 16-year-old is tied with Conor McDavid for his most NHL goals this season. Robertson is starting to grow up and looks like Mike Modano. Can we get a glimpse of the Dallas Stars’ next big franchise player? He could be the way Robertson has dominated so far this season. We’ll see if he breaks his points streak in.
Wyatt Johnston – Roope Hintz – Denis Gurianov
Jacob Peterson – Tyler Seguin – Riley Damiani
Jamie Benn – Mavrik Bourque – Joe Pavelski
Matej Blumel – Radek Faksa – Logan Stankoven
Miro Heiskanen – Nils Lundkvist
Thomas Harley – Jani Hakanpaa
Jerad Rosburg – Ben Gleason
Mikey Eyssimont – Sam Gagner – Kyle Connor
Pierre-Luc Dubois – Axel Jonsson-Fjallby – Sam Gagner
David Gustafsson – Adam Lowry – Cole Perfetti
Mark Scheifele – Dominic Toninato – Blake Wheeler
Kyle Capobianco – Dylan Demelo
Brenden Dillon – Josh Morrissey
Neal Pionk – Nate Schmidt
Dallas Stars: No injuries
Winnipeg Jets: Nikolaj Ehlers, Logan Stanley, Dylan DeMelo, Mason Appleton, Morgan Barron
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|16.11.22||Tampa Bay Lightning||5-4||Loss|
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The game between the Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets will take place at the American Airlines Center (Dallas), November 25 at 7:30 PM ET.
The match between the Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets will be telecast live on Bally Sports Southwest, Fox Sports Southwest.
|Country||Channel||Date and Time|
|United States||Bally Sports Southwest, Fox Sports Southwest||November 25 (7:30 PM ET)|