CALGARY – Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn took full advantage of the poor defense efforts of Calgary Flames on Wednesday night.
They helped each other, Seguin spent 24 seconds in overtime, while Dallas Stars survived the third race and won 4 to 3 victories. The winner was knocking the puck in the hole where Seguin was wide and scored a perfect shot within the goal David Rittich.
"I knew I was shooting there," Seguin said. "I used to play, I had a chance and I opened small gloves and I said if I had the chance in the hole I would shoot again."
Rittich argued that Benn intervened, but after the video, the referees allowed the target.
This was a redemption for Captain Benn, Captain Dallas, who made two minor penalties in the third period, the latter led Johnny GaudreauGoal 9: 41, 2-2.
"Obviously he played overtime with a bit of guilt," Seguin said. "I'm glad he worked hard, he is our leader and captain, and everyone follows him."
Benn's top 10th place at 18:02, Seguin's perfect feeding, 2-1 lead to third place.
"I like to think that everyone follows me, we are proud of being the captain of the team and we always try to do the right things," said Benn. – When I do this, they follow someone.
Mark Giordanothe goal is 10:51 in the third, in short, Calgary is the first to lead. But less than three minutes later, rookie defensive Gavin Bayreuther unfortunately helped and shot a shot after Rittich Matthew Tkachukgift.
"We are lucky to get a point out of the game tonight," said Bill. "I did not think we were really good, I do not think our attention to detail was good, and our commitment to doing it right is not a place to get two points."
Gaudreau and the Sean Monahan each finished the night minus-3. He was there on the ice Jason Spezza slid into the opening and unnoticed at the same time Radek Faksa Rittich is only 41 seconds behind. Overtime also lacked coverage.
"It obviously loses because it loses, worse," said Monahan. "You're back in a game and you get a lead, then you give it back and you give it easy to give them overtime.
Dallas (13-10-3) picks up a four-game winless slip on the road. Starred on Saturday in Vancouver to fill their four-way travels.
"It was important to get W," said Jim Montgomery. "I thought we had a lot of effort, our implementation was poor … (…) The way the guys digged and continued the fight was quite impressive.
Garnet Hathaway, the first 16 games in Calgary (14-9-2). Flames 4-1-1 for the past six years and continues to be the Head of the Pacific Department.
"We were under full control when we took the lead," Giordano said. "We gave them the strings, and we only spent a few bad games, and now it's very difficult to swallow, frankly, I thought we won."
Khudobin set off again in his absence Ben Bishop (lower body) who is expected to be on Saturday after failing the last five games. The 32-year-old Russian was launched in Edmonton, so there was a 1-0 overtime at 30 stops.
He also did the 30 to improve on 5-5-2.
Start with the veteran Mike Smith, Rittich 24 rescues. 8-2-1.
Comments: The Stars 6-1-1 Increase Their Last Eight Matches in Saddledome … Calgary LW Michael Frolik (lower body) is the back skating. He left four games … Defenseman Dalton Prout joined the flames after AHL conditioning.