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Tyler Seguin's three goals fuel Stars past Oilers
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 10:43:42 +0000
Edmonton, AB, Canada (4E Sports) - Tyler Seguin had three goals, including one in a shootout, and an assist to lead the Dallas Stars over the Edmonton Oilers, 6-5 Sunday night at Rexall Place.
Taylor Hall put the Oilers up 1-0 on a power play goal before goals by Shawn Horcoff and Erik Cole gave the Stars (14-13-5) a 2-1 lead at the end of the first period.
Teddy Purcell beat Kari Lehtonen for a goal to ignite a 4-0 Oilers run in the second.
Mark Arcobello drove both of his goals against Lehtonen before Hall beat Anders Lindback through the legs
Just before the second period ended, Jaime Benn had a power-play goal to cut the Stars' deficit to 5-3.
In the third, Seguin rebounded his own shot for a goal 52 seconds into the period, and collected another rebound score at 9:13 to make it 5-all.
After a scoreless overtime, Sequin, Vernon Fiddler and Horcoff sonnected on shootout goals for the Stars while the Oilers could only muster two goals from Jordan Eberle and Purcell.
Lehtonen had 15 saves while Lindback added nine for the Stars.
Oilers goalie Ben Scrivens finished with 40 saves.
Hall and Arcobello each had two regular period goals for the Oilers (7-20-7).