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Stars outshine Red Wings to claim 4-1 road victory

AP, DETROIT, Michigan

The Dallas Stars’ Mattias Janmark, center, is challenged by the Detroit Red Wings’ Jonathan Ericsson, right, and Jimmy Howard during their NHL game at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan, on Sunday.

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Patrick Sharp and Valeri Nichushkin scored in the first period and the Dallas Stars had two empty-net goals in a 4-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday.

Kari Lehtonen stopped 10 of 11 shots in the first two periods and finished with 21 saves for Dallas.

Jimmy Howard stopped 20 shots for the Red Wings before getting knocked out of the game midway through the third period.

After Howard was evaluated on the ice, Petr Mrazek replaced him.

Mrazek made just two saves before being pulled to add an extra skater, leaving the net open for Tyler Seguin to shoot into with 1 minute, 8 seconds left. Cody Eakin added another empty-net goal in the final minute.

Gustav Nyquist scored for Detroit.


Patrick Kane had a goal and three assists, while rookie Artemi Panarin scored twice in the first period and Corey Crawford made 34 saves to lead Chicago past Edmonton.

Artem Anisimov added a power-play goal with 5.1 seconds left.

Kane extended his point streak to 10 games. He has seven goals and 10 assists during the run.

Crawford was not beaten until Edmonton’s Jordan Eberle scored a power-play goal at 2 minutes, 56 seconds of the third period on the Oilers’ 29th shot.

Andrej Sekera cut it to 3-2 with 1 minute, 51 seconds left.

Edmonton goalkeeper Cam Talbot made 24 saves as the Oilers dropped their second straight without injured rookie Connor McDavid.


Ryan Spooner and Patrice Bergeron scored, while Tuukka Rask made 36 saves as Boston beat New York to snap a three-game losing streak.

Spooner opened the scoring with a power-play goal on a two-man advantage 13 minutes in.

He finished a slick passing play with a shot past goaltender Jaroslav Halak from the doorstep for his third of the season. David Krejci and Bergeron provided assists.

Bergeron scored with 5 minutes, 47 seconds left in the second on a point shot that was deflected in.

Former Bruin Johnny Boychuk scored for the Islanders on a two-man advantage with 6 minutes, 42 seconds left in the third.

The Islanders squandered two power plays earlier in the final period, drawing boos from the crowd.


Kyle Palmieri scored on a power play with 1 minute, 27 seconds left in overtime as New Jersey endured a rally by Vancouver.

The Canucks made it 3-3 with goals by Alexander Edler and Sven Baertschi in the second period. Baertschi tied it with 5 minutes, 54 seconds left.

Keith Kinkaid made 28 saves, while Adam Henrique, Mike Cammalleri and Sergey Kalinin also scored for New Jersey.

Ryan Miller made 24 saves and Chris Higgins scored as Vancouver lost their third straight.

Higgins scored 2 minutes, 20 seconds into the game, but then Henrique and Cammalleri got goals later in the first period and Kalinin made it 3-1 midway through the second.

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