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Robertson scored OT winner for Dallas Stars in 6-5 win over Calgary Flames

Dallas Stars forward Jason Robertsonhis game-winning goal during overtime NHL hockey action against the Calgary Flames in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, March 18, 2023.Dallas Stars forward Jason Robertsonhis game-winning goal during overtime NHL hockey action against the Calgary Flames in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, March 18, 2023.

CALGARY – Jason Robertson scored the extra time winner for his second purpose of the sport within the Dallas Stars’ 6-5 win over the host Calgary Flames on Saturday.

Robertson ended it with 12 seconds remaining in OT by reducing in entrance of the web going from his forehand to his backhand.

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Joe Pavelski, Wyatt Johnston Radek Faksa, Jason Robertson and Jani Hakanpaa additionally scored for Dallas (38-19-13) atop the Central Division. Roope Hintz chipped in with two assists and Jake Oettinger stopped 33 pictures for the win.

Rasmus Andersson and Mackenzie Weegar every had a purpose and two assists for Calgary (31-25-14), sitting 4 factors again of the Winnipeg Jets holding down the Western Convention’s final wild-card playoff spot.

Elias Lindholm had a purpose and an help, whereas Blake Coleman and Nick Ritchie additionally scored for Calgary. Jacob Markstrom stopped 20 pictures within the see-saw battle on the Saddledome.

The Stars scored twice within the first two minutes of the sport.

Calgary scored three unanswered targets in a span of six minutes 38 seconds within the second interval to briefly lead 4-3, however Robertson pulled the Stars even earlier than the tip of the interval.

Oettinger appeared to lose monitor of Andersson’s shot from the blue line that gave the Flames a 5-4 lead at 9:53 of the third.

However the guests drew even once more at 12:09 when a unfastened puck flew out to Hakanpaa. His shot deflected off Markstom and into the web.

After two long-range Dallas makes an attempt, Robertson transformed the second rebound from the slot at 18:20 of the second interval to knot the rating 4-4.

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The 23-year-old reached the 40-goal mark for a second straight season together with his first purpose of the sport.

The hosts led when Ritchie took Andersson’s stretch move and beat Oettinger on a breakaway with a backhand between the pads at 16:58.

Coleman had pulled Calgary even at 13:56. Andersson’s shot squeezed via Oettinger’s pads and Coleman dove to brush the puck in.

Weegar sparked Calgary’s three-goal run at 10:20.

The puck deflecting off Pavelski’s skate on the prime of the zone gave Weegar time to gather it, drive the web and beat Oettinger quick facet.

Dallas led by two targets lower than two minutes after the opening faceoff, however the Flames scored on the three-minute mark.

Johnston made it 3-1 for Dallas at 16:08.

After Jamie Benn received the offensive zone draw, Johnston tipped in Miro Heiskanen’s shot from the blue line for the 19-year-old’s fourth purpose in as many video games.

A rebound off Andrew Mangiapane’s shot from the slot bounced out to Lindholm, who beat Oettingers with a low, sharp-angled shot at 3:01.

Markstrom’s clearing try alongside the boards hit an official and stayed within the zone. Calgary’s goalie made an preliminary cease on Hintz, however Faksa potted the rebound at 1:58.

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The guests scored 65 seconds into the sport in a goalmouth scramble. Markstrom couldn’t get his glove on the puck and Pavelski shovelled it over the outstretched goalie.

STREAKING STARS

Heiskanen aiding on two targets Saturday prolonged the longest level streak of his profession to 10 straight video games with three targets and 14 assists in that span.

Johnston’s purpose gave the Toronto teenager factors in 10 of his final 12 video games with seven targets and 4 assists.

NOTES

Milan Lucic was a Flames’ scratch Saturday … Dallas was minus veteran centre Tyler Seguin a fifth straight recreation due to his leg harm … Calgary’s Andersson has two targets and 6 assists in his final 4 video games.

UP NEXT

The Flames play back-to-back nights in California beginning Monday in opposition to Los Angeles, adopted by Anaheim.

After a 4-2 highway journey, the Stars open a three-game homestand Tuesday in opposition to the Seattle Kraken.

This report by The Canadian Press was first printed March 18, 2023.

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