Dallas Stars' Alex Goligoski Racking Up Points After Slow Start
Stars coach Glen Gulutzan has started to cut the ice time of players not showing the right compete level and other news and notes from around the NHL.
[Niesy, on some kind of world tour I think, composed this game preview on her phone (!) and asked me to post it for her. I couldn't be more impressed. -Q] IN: Kari Lehtonen OUT: Brenden Morrow...
The new Dallas Stars owner said his team will try to make moves that benefit both the present and the future and other news and notes from around the NHL.
The Los Angeles Kings conclude their six-game Grammy road trip on Sunday afternoon, facing the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
It's interesting to see how performances from game to game are judged, whether it's a win or a loss. Last weekend, the Dallas Stars skated away with a 2-1 shootout win over the Minnesota Wild...
|- 1, Los Angeles Goal - Dwight King, from Justin Williams and Anze Kopitar at 8:54. Penalties - Drew Doughty, Los Angeles (Cross checking), 5:37; Matt Greene, Los Angeles (Interference), 14:14; Adam Burish, Dallas (Diving), 14:14.|
|- 2, Los Angeles Power-Play Goal - Andrei Loktionov (2), from Jack Johnson and Anze Kopitar at 8:21. 3, Dallas Goal - Loui Eriksson (18), from Alex Goligoski and Mike Ribeiro at 13:22. Penalties - Jordan Nolan, Los Angeles (Tripping), 1:57; Steve Ott, Dallas (Roughing), 3:44; Brad Richardson, Los Angeles (Roughing), 3:44; Stephane Robidas, Dallas (Holding the stick), 7:13; Toby Petersen, Dallas (Tripping), 10:35; Willie Mitchell, Los Angeles (Tripping), 19:14.|
|- 4, Dallas Goal - Michael Ryder (21), from Loui Eriksson and Alex Goligoski at 4:37. 5, Los Angeles Goal - Jordan Nolan, from Mike Richards and Dwight King at 11:29. 6, Los Angeles Empty Net Goal - Justin Williams (11), unassisted at 19:57.|