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DALLAS (AP) Jamie Benn heard the Dallas home

DALLAS (AP) Jamie Benn heard the Dallas home crowd beginning to boo when it appeared that the Stars would continue their power outage.They turned things around in the end with a late surge.Benn and Devin Shore scored power-play goals in the third period and the Stars beat the Anaheim Ducks 2-1 on Friday night.The Stars had been shut out in their previous game and were scoreless for more than 48 minutes in this one. They appeared to squander their first power play until just 2 seconds remained Florida Panthers T-Shirts Womens , when Shore tipped in a pass from Tyler Seguin to tie the game.”It wasn’t going well for probably for probably 1:57 of that,” Benn said. ”We heard the boo birds coming out there from our fans, but I think we put a smile on their faces and got them pretty excited.”There was more excitement with 5:37 remaining on another power play as Benn deflected John Klingberg’s shot past Anaheim goalie Ryan Miller.”Klingberg was allowed to walk to the middle of the ice,” Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle said, ”and Benn got his stick on it.”That was basically it for the hockey game.”Ryan Getzlaf scored Anaheim’s goal in the first period.Both teams entered with 80 points, but Dallas increased its lead for the first wild card from the Western Conference to three points over Los Angeles. Anaheim remained one point ahead of the Kings for third place in the Pacific Division.Miller made 35 saves 16 days after shutting out the Stars with 41 saves in Anaheim. Kari Lehtonen stopped 26 shots for Dallas.”(Miller’s) a good goalie,” Benn said. ”He made a lot of saves for the second game in a row that we’ve seen him, but I don’t think we were really frustrated out there.”The third-period power plays were the only ones for the Stars in the game. The Kings had killed all 25 of their opponents’ man advantages in the previous nine games. Dallas had been successful on only four of 36 power plays (11 percent) over 13 games.The Stars were successful without special-teams standout Mattias Janmark, who was out with the flu. But their four leading scorers – Seguin, Benn, Klingberg and Alexander Radulov – along with Shore were on the ice for both goals.”We’ve relied all year on our big boys to come through at the right time,” Dallas coach Ken Hitchcock said, ”and that’s exactly what they did today.”Getzlaf scored at 17:16 of the first period. Rickard Rakell started the play by passing out to Corey Perry at the Ducks’ blue line. Going 2-on-1 against Dallas defenseman Greg Pateryn, Perry dropped the puck to Getzlaf entering the Stars’ zone. Pateryn went to the ice to block a shot … son-jersey , but Getzlaf lifted a wrist shot over Pateryn and Lehtonen’s right shoulder into the upper-left corner of the net.Anaheim outshot Dallas 10-9 in the first period, but the Stars came out firing in the second. They peppered Miller with 17 shots on goal to just five for the Ducks. Miller stopped all of them.”I thought as the game went on we showed a lot more offensive determination, tenacity,” Hitchcock said. ”We drew some penalties because of it. I just thought we looked relentless.”NOTES: The Stars had no healthy scratches. The players sidelined were Janmark, D Marc Methot (lower-body injury) and G Ben Bishop (knee). Bishop will make Dallas’ longest trip of the season and may be able to play before the team returns home on March 23. Dallas C Martin Hanzal will undergo season-ending spinal fusion. … Getzlaf has two goals and 10 assists in his last five games. … Rakell played in his 300th NHL game. He celebrated with an assist on Getzlaf’s goal, giving him eight goals and 11 assists in a six-game point streak. … Dallas’ penalty killers were 19 for 20 in the previous five games, and 3 for 3 on Friday. … Seguin assisted on both goals. . Ducks D Josh Manson left in the third period after he fell on to the back of Stars LW Remi Elie’s skate, but Manson returned to the game.UP NEXTDucks: Begin a four-game homestand on Monday against St. Louis.Stars: Begin a six-game trip on Sunday at Pittsburgh. NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Patrik Laine extended his point-scoring streak to 10 games for the Winnipeg Jets in another victory. Meanwhile, Taylor Hall saw his run end at 19 for the New Jersey Devils.Therein lies one tale in the Jets’ 3-2 win Thursday night.Winnipeg’s top gun struck again with his eighth goal in the last four games. Laine has 14 goals and six assists over the 10-game span. He has 39 goals, pulling within one of Alex Ovechkin for the league lead.”Maybe it’s just that I’m a year older,” said Laine, who is still only 19. ”I know a little bit more about the game and I’m a better player than last year. When you’re confident and feeling good about your game, you try to shoot it and it doesn’t matter if you are in a great spot. Just get it to the net Richard Panik Jersey , and it might go in.”The other tale of the Jets’ triumph came at the other end of the ice, where Connor Hellebuyck made 41 saves against the persistent Devils as the Jets extended their winning streak to four.It was a milestone victory for Hellebuyck, his 35th to set the franchise single-season record. Kari Lehtonen held the old mark of 34 for the Atlanta Thrashers in 2006-07.”I haven’t let it soak in,” Hellebuyck said. ”It’s a good feeling, having my name up there is pretty cool. It’s a big milestone in my career and I’m going to enjoy it and continue on and keep pushing the pace.”The Jets show no sign of slacking their pace.Joel Armia and Nikolaj Ehlers also scored as the Jets posted their ninth win in the last 11 games. It also extended the Jets’ streak to 7-0-1 in their last eight road games.Kyle Palmieri and Nico Hischier scored for the Devils, who lost for the fourth time in five games. They came up a goal short on the night Hall failed to hit the score sheet.”It was going to end sometime,” said Hall. ”You want it to be on a night when you had some chances and created some offense. I thought I did that pretty well. You try to start a new one and you always want to be honest with your evaluation of yourself. Tonight was a night where you probably deserve a couple of points. There were some nights on the streak where I didn’t play well at all and maybe found a way to get a couple of points. That’s the way it goes.”The 19 games was the longest consecutive streak in the league this season. Hall had also earned points in 26 consecutive appearances dating to Jan. 2. He missed three games before the All-Star break with a thumb injury.Hellebuyck took pride in being the one to end the streak.”Absolutely, he’s a good talented player,” said Hellebuyck. ”It had to happen sooner or later and I’m glad I was the one.”Cory Schneider stopped 21 as he lost his 10th straight decision. New Jersey got goals from Kyle Palmieri and Nico Hischier.Laine scored the only goal in the wide-open first period. Unchecked in the slot, he drilled the puck past Schneider at 4:12 for his 39th of the season.There was plenty of action at both ends with Blake Coleman having the best chance to even the score for the Devils. Coleman broke in alone only to lift a backhander over the net with five minutes remaining.Down in the New Jersey end, Winnipeg came very close to a 2-0 lead when a deflected shot squeezed by Schneider who dived backward to swat it away inches before it crossed the goal line.In the second, Winnipeg went up 2-0 at 13:26 when Armia beat Schneider with a wrist shot from the high slot.Palmieri, sprung by a long lead pass from Nico Hischier, countered for New Jersey with a breakaway goal Womens Shane Doan Jersey , ripping a shot over Hellebuyck’s glove at 16:41 to cut the deficit to one.New Jersey came out flying to start the third, outshooting Winnipeg 10-1 in the first five minutes, but Hellebuyck would not yield.The next goal went to Winnipeg as Dustin Byfuglien fired a shot off the post and Ehlers buried the rebound at 9:55.New Jersey fought back again to cut the deficit to 3-2 as puck deflected into the net off Hischier at 11:07.That’s where it ended, with Hellebuyck stopping 17 shots over the final 20 minutes.”He’s a big goalie,” Palmieri said of Hellebuyck. ”I think that helps when you have to fight to see pucks through traffic. It’s tough. We threw a lot at him. We got in front of him. We got the second chances. Some nights it just doesn’t bounce your way.”NOTES: Jets C Mark Scheifele missed the game with an upper-body injury. He is day to day. … Devils LW Brian Gibbons returned to the lineup for the first time since breaking his thumb on Jan. 20. He replaced C Pavel Zacha, who was out with an upper-body injury. … This was the third game of a season-high six-game road trip for Winnipeg. The Jets have upcoming stops in Philadelphia, Washington and Nashville. …. The Devils will embark on a similar journey. They are on the road for the next six, a trip that includes visits to all three California teams and Las Vegas. New Jersey’s next home game is March 24 vs. Tampa Bay. … With G Steve Mason out with a lower-body injury, the Jets recalled Michael Hutchinson from the Manitoba Moose. Hutchinson’s flight was delayed, so Winnipeg signed Zane Kalemba, a 32-year-old from Saddle Brook, New Jersey, to a try-out contract as an emergency backup to Hellebuyck. Hutchinson arrived for the second period. … Devils C Travis Zajac did not return after absorbing a big hit from Andrew Coop in the second period. New Jersey coach John Hynes said he did not have an update on Zajac.UP NEXTJets: At Philadelphia on Saturday.Devils: At Nashville on Saturday night.

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