Alexander Radulov s OT goal gives Dallas Stars a 2-1 series edge over

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As informed in the youtube page by Sport News: EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Alexander Radulov scored 31 seconds into overtime on a wrister from the middle of the right circle and the Dallas Stars beat the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 on Thursday night to take a 2-1 series lead in the Western Conference final. Radulov’s third career overtime goal was his second this postseason, and the only shot in the extra time. Anton Khudobin had 38 saves, including 16 in the third after giving up two goals earlier in the period. Dallas was outshot 18-4 in the third period, but had the final chance in regulation with a 3-on-1 break. Benn’s wrister briefly shook up Robin Lehner, who was struck by the puck that went over the pad and hit him near his left knee as time expired. Lehner, who had 20 saves in a game when he had a record postseason shutout streak ended, was back in net for overtime. Vegas tied the game at 2 with 7:14 left in regulation on Alex Tuch’s goal that was challenged by the Stars, who felt there was interference against Khudobin. The goalie was in front of the right post with Mark Stone against him when Tuch’s shot went over his left shoulder and into the net. The unsuccessful challenge put the Golden Knights on a power play, during which Khudobin made a pair of sprawling saves, including one when a shot by Tuch ended up under his left leg. Dallas led 1-0 after Jamie Oleksiak scored with 17 seconds remaining in the second period, started the offensive charge when he blocked a shot by Stone, who fell down when trying to go with the Stars to the other end. Blake Comeau gathered the puck and passed to Miro Heiskanen, who pushed it to his fellow defenseman. Oleksiak stayed ahead of Alec Martinez, and used a forehand, backhand move for the goal, with the puck going off the left leg of Lehner and then trickling into the net just inside the right post. That ended Lehner’s shutout streak that had set a postseason franchise record. Lehner had shutout wins in his previous two games, including the Game 7 winner over Vancouver in the second round, and Game 2 against the Stars two days earlier when he stopped 24 shots. His shutout streak ended at just under 161 1/2 minutes, breaking the record of 144:04 set two years ago by Marc-Andre Fluery, the primary goalie for the Golden Knights until Lehner was acquired in a deadline trade this season. Vegas got even on Shea Theodore’s power-play goal with 16:11 left in the third period, a wrister for a long shot through traffic, only 45 seconds after his one-timer from the top of the left circle got past Khudobin but ricocheted off the far post when the Golden Knights had a 5-on-3 advantage. But Stars captain Benn’s first goal in five games put them up 2-1 with 12:25 left in regulation. He got control of the puck after a pass from Tyler Seguin, and scored on a shot that skirted under the pads and through Lehner’s legs.\n\nAll data is taken from the source:\nArticle Link:\n\n#left #newstrump #newsworldnow #usanewstoday #newsworldbbc #newstodayheadlines #

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