The Dallas Stars defeated the Calgary Flames in Game Six of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

DALLAS – The Dallas Stars doubled the Calgary Flames 4-2 Friday to level the playoff series and force Game Seven.

defenseman Miro HeskanenA late second-half goal served as a game-winner for the Stars, who will attempt to wrap up the Conference quarter-finals on the road on Sunday in Calgary.

Rob Hintz And Michael Ravel He also scored for Dallas with Tyler Seguin Add a target with an empty grid.

Goalkeeper stars Jake Oettinger The analog flame Jacob Markstrom Both had 36 saved in front of the 18,532 sale at the American Airlines Center.

Michael Stone He had a goal and help and Michael Backlund Register for Calgary.

Teams connecting a 3-3 streak to force Game 7 hold an all-time streak record of 88-96, according to NHL stats.

The Flames were unable to get sustained offensive zone pressure to pull Markstrom for an extra attacker until there was less than a minute left in the match.

Instead of shooting into the empty net for the second time of the match, Hintz passed the puck to Seguin to score.

Late 2-0 early in the second half, the flames subsided even after 12 minutes, but Heiskanen gave the stars 3-2 before the third half.

Calgary did not remove the disc after saving the Markstrom board on Hintz, allowing the stars to cycle the disc to Heiskanen.

The All-Star Defender made a shot from the high positioned hole through traffic and by Markstrom at 17:32.

One second after the Stars penalty ended, Backlund’s sharp shot hit Oettinger and Heskainen’s corner to slot into the net for Backlund’s third in the series.

Stone cut the deficit in half at 8:09 from a rush on a cross feed of ice Johnny Goudro. Stone was entered into the Match 4 squad as Flames coach Darryl Sutter chose to go with seven defenders and 11 forwards.

The hosts led 2-0 at 6:04 as Joel Kravanta battled Calgary Oliver Killington For a long shot on Markstrom, Ravel to enter the rebound.

Flame defender Chris Tanev did not play the third inning.

stars forward luke glending Headed to the locker room after checking the open ice by Calgary defenseman Nikita Zadorov early in the second period. No longer on ice.

A quick bike ride in the opening period gave the Flames a steady attacking time and 18-10 on shots, but the stars came out of the opening period with a 1-0 lead.

Calgary’s outlawed attempt to offset the disc in the neutral zone. Hintz . wired Joe PavleskyA pass dropped him from an acute angle past Markstrom at 14:52 as Pavelsky cleared fire defender Eric Godbrandson to open a shooting lane for his cousin.

Seconds ago, Oettinger had both been stoned Matthew Tkachuk Then Gaudreau at close range.

Notes: The Flames have an all-time record of 6-8 in a 7 game, while the stars are 5-7. . . The Stars franchise (including the Minnesota North Stars) forced Game 7 after trailing the series eight times and winning three times.

This report was first published by The Canadian Press on May 13, 2022.

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