A few months ago, the Dallas Stars faced off against the Philadelphia Flyers in Philadelphia.
The game was at home and the Stars had a lead in the first period.
The Flyers had just lost 3-2 in their home opener.
The Stars led 2-0 at the time and held a 2-1 lead in shots on goal.
The goal was scored by Alexander Radulov.
But the Flyers were on a breakaway and were able to get the puck away from the Stars and eventually score.
But they couldn’t get the game back on track, as the Stars lost 3, 3, 4, 4.
The next two games were at home, and the Flyers took a 3-1 series lead into Game 7.
The Stars won that game 4-3.
It was a pivotal game for the team, as it helped solidify a playoff spot in the West.
The series was tied 3-3 at the end of regulation.
Stars captain Jamie Benn, the team’s MVP, scored the game-winning goal for Dallas.
The victory, Benn told reporters, was a testament to his teammates.
Benn said the game was a lot different.
“The fans here, they’ve never been here before,” Benn said.
“I think we’re more like the fans here.
We love to watch the game.
They’re excited, and we love to see them win.”
It was just a matter of how many times Benn scored.
He had a career-high 35 points.
He scored three goals, including one in overtime.
He also had two assists.
Benn had one goal and one assist in his first playoff game since 2010.
He went 3-for-4 with an assist in Game 6 against Anaheim.
The team won that Game 6 and Benn scored the winning goal in overtime to give the Stars a 4-4 series lead.
But it was a tough year for the Stars.
Benn scored only four goals in 39 games and missed five games with a groin injury.
Dallas is in the midst of its most successful season in franchise history.
The franchise is 15-2-1 in their last 18 playoff games, and Benn has nine points in those games.
He’s also won the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s best defensive forward.
After a tough start, Benn has thrived since returning from the groin injury, scoring eight goals and 15 points in his last eight games.
Benn has won the Norris Trophy as NHL’s top defenseman and has been named to the All-Rookie Team.
His play has been rewarded with two Norris Trophies, and he’s currently second in the NHL with 57 points.
He’s averaging 22:18 of ice time per game and has a plus-15 rating.
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