Calgary – Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn took full advantage of & # 39; bad defensive effort by the Flames of & # 39; Calgary on a & # 39; Wednesday night.
They assisted on the goal & # 39; another, b & # 39; supp who scored 24 seconds into overtime as the Dallas Stars survived blowing in the third period to lead to victory & # 39; 4-3. On the winner, Benn knocked the puck in the slot where it was widely Seguin & # 39; perfect shot open and put in place the objective David Rittich.
"I kind of mentally & # 39; know who was shooting there already," said Seguin. "Earlier I play, chance, and I saw a low open glove and said if I met a chance in the slot I 'd shoot there again. "
Rittich argued that it interferut from Benn but after reviewing the video referees left end.
It was redemption for Benn, the master & # 39; Dallas, who took two minor penalties in the third period, which ultimately led to Johnny Gaudreauthe latter objective 9: 41 that made it 2-2.
"Obviously he played overtime with some guilt," said Seguin. "I am happy how difficult it worked. He is the leader and our captain and everyone follows him."
The 10 team & # 39; Benn leading to the team 18: 02 in the running & # 39; Seguin was perfect from the visitor & # 39; 2-1 in third place.
"I think that everyone who follows me. I am proud that I am the master & # 39; this team and try to do the right things all the time," said Benn. "When I do it, they got someone to follow."
mark GiordanoThe purpose of the latter at 10: 51 of the third, led briefly to Calgary its first lead. But less than three minutes later, the rookie defender Gavin Bayreuther scored unassisted, after shooting shot after Rittich Matthew Tkachukthe grant money.
"We are fortunate to receive point of the game tonight", said the captain of the Flames Bill Peters. "I do not think we were very good. Do not think that our attention to detail was very good and our commitment to do it right was not where you want to get two points."
The combination usually dangerous of & # 39; Gaudreau and Sean Monahan each finished minus-3 night. There was on the ice when Jason Spezza slipped in unobserved slot and b & # 39; a one waqta Radek Faksa overtook Rittich only 41 seconds into the game. It was their lost coverage in overtime, as well.
"Losing sucks, obviously. Losing b & # 39; this way, it is even worse," said Monahan. "You get & # 39; enter into & # 39; game and get a lead, then give it back and give easy one there in overtime. That's us, that me and take the fall for that."
Dallas (13-10-3) snaps winless skid of & # 39; four & # 39; games on the road. The Stars lift their road trip & # 39; four & # 39; Game Saturday at & # 39; Vancouver.
"It was important to get the 'W'," said coach & # 39; Stars Jim Montgomery. "I thought our effort was great, our performance was poor. (…) The way the guys dug in and kept battling was pretty impressive."
Garnet Hathaway, With its first in & # 39; 16 game, also scored for Calgary (14-9-2). The Flames are 4-1-1 in their last six and continue to lead the Pacific Division.
"We had full control when we took the initiative," said Giordano. "We gave them the level is still spending ourselves point b & # 39; bad court & # 39; a couple. It is hard to swallow & # 39; today, honestly, I thought that we won."
Khudobin again & # 39; took the start in the absence of & # 39; Ben Bishop (Lower body), is expected to return Saturday after missing the last five games. The Russian & # 39; 32 year also started in & # 39; Edmonton on Monday, and made a stop at 30 & # 39; & # 39 period; overtime & # 39; 1-0.
He made 30 saves other again & # 39; to improve to 5-5-2.
We start early on veteran Mike Smith, Rittich finished with & # 39; 24 saves. It comes & # 39; to 8-2-1.
Notes: The Stars improve to 6-1-1 in their last eight games at the Saddledome … LW of & # 39; Calgary Michael Frolik (The part of the & # 39; lower body) is back skating. He lost four & # 39; defenseman games … Dalton Prout again joined the Flames after a stint & # 39; AHL conditioning.