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Robertson’s OT-winner caps 2-goal night in Stars’ victory over Flames

Robertson's OT-winner caps 2-goal night in Stars' victory over Flames

Jason Robertson scored the overtime winner for his second goal of the game in the Dallas Stars’ 6-5 win over the host Calgary Flames on Saturday.

Robertson ended it with 12 seconds remaining in OT by cutting in front of the net going from his forehand to his backhand.

Joe Pavelski, Wyatt Johnston Radek Faksa, Jason Robertson and Jani Hakanpaa also scored for Dallas (38-19-13) atop the Central Division. Roope Hintz chipped in with two assists and Jake Oettinger stopped 33 shots for the win.

Rasmus Andersson – riding a four-game points streak – and Mackenzie Weegar each had a goal and two assists for Calgary (31-25-14), sitting four points back of the Winnipeg Jets holding down the Western Conference’s last wild-card playoff spot.

Elias Lindholm had a goal and an assist, while Blake Coleman and Nick Ritchie also scored for Calgary. Jacob Markstrom stopped 20 shots in the see-saw battle at the Saddledome.

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Overtime goal by Robertson gives Stars win over Flames

Jason Robertson’s goal in overtime gave Dallas a 6-5 win over Calgary Saturday night.

The Stars scored twice in the first two minutes of the game.

Calgary scored three unanswered goals in a span of six minutes 38 seconds in the second period to briefly lead 4-3, but Robertson pulled the Stars even before the end of the period.

Oettinger seemed to lose track of Andersson’s shot from the blue line that gave the Flames a 5-4 lead at 9:53 of the third.

But the visitors drew even again at 12:09 when a loose puck flew out to Hakanpaa. His shot deflected off Markstom and into the net.

After two long-range Dallas attempts, Robertson converted the second rebound from the slot at 18:20 of the second period to knot the score 4-4.

The 23-year-old reached the 40-goal mark for a second straight season with his first goal of the game.

The hosts led when Ritchie took Andersson’s stretch pass and beat Oettinger on a breakaway with a backhand between the pads at 16:58.

Coleman had pulled Calgary even at 13:56. Andersson’s shot squeezed through Oettinger’s pads and Coleman dove to sweep the puck in.

Weegar sparked Calgary’s three-goal run at 10:20.

The puck deflecting off Pavelski’s skate at the top of the zone gave Weegar time to collect it, drive the net and beat Oettinger short side.

Dallas led by two goals less than two minutes after the opening face-off, but the Flames scored at the…

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