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Flames knocked down the controversial goal of OT Stars



Calgary Flames goalkeeper David Ritic rescues defender Noah Hanifina seeking a rebound during the game against Dallas stars on November 28, 2018.

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Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn took full advantage of Calgary-Flame's poor defensive efforts on Wednesday night.

They helped each other in achieving the goal, and Seguin scored 24 seconds in overtime, as the Dallas stars stood the breath of the third period to earn 4–3 wins. At the winner, Benn knocked the puck into the slot where Seguin was wide open, and he put the perfect shot into the goal by David Rittich.

“I knew in my mind that I’m already shooting there,” said Seguin. "I used to have a game, a chance, and I saw a low open glove and said that if I had a chance in the slot, I would have shot there again."

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Rittih claimed that Benn intervened, but after a video review, the judges allowed the goal.

It was a ransom of Benn, captain of Dallas, who made two small penalties in the third period, the last of which led to the goal of Johnny Gadrot at 9:41, making it 2-2.

"Obviously, he played in overtime with a little fault," said Seguin. “I'm happy how hard he worked. He is our leader and captain, and everyone follows him. ”

Benn's team 10th goal at 6:02 pm, driving an excellent fing from Seguin, gave visitors a 2: 1 lead, leading the third.

“I like to think that everyone follows me. I am proud to be the captain of this team and all the time I try to do everything right, ”said Benn. "When I do this, they have someone to follow."

Mark Giordano’s goal at 10:51 of the third gave Calgary her first short lead. But in less than three minutes, newly-formed defender Gavin Bayreuter scored without help, firing a backache past Rittich after the sale, Matthew Tkachuk.

“We were lucky to be out of the game tonight,” said Flex coach Bill Peters. “I did not think we were very good. I did not think that our attention to detail was very good, and our commitment to do it right was not where we needed to get two points. ”

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Usually the dangerous combination of Goudro and Sean Monahan ended at night minus-3 On the ice, when Jason Spezza slipped into the slot, unnoticed and disposable, Radek Fax passed Rittich by just 41 seconds. This was their missed coverage in overtime.

“Lose, of course, sucks. Having lost it, it is even worse, ”said Monahan. “You return to the game and get an advantage, then return it and give them easily in overtime. It is upon us, it is upon me, and I take for this fall. ”

Dallas (13-10-3) removes a four-level winch on the road. The stars complete their four-game trip on Saturday in Vancouver.

“It was important to get a“ W, ”said Stars' coach Jim Montgomery. “I thought our efforts were great, our execution was poor. (…) The way the guys broke in and continued to fight was pretty impressive. ”

Pomegranate Hathaway, with his first in 16 games, also scored for Calgary (14-9-2). "Flame" – 4-1-1 in the last six and continue to lead the Pacific Division.

“We had complete control when we took the initiative,” said Giordano. “We gave them a level and just cost ourselves a place with a couple of bad games. Honestly, it's hard to swallow right now, I thought that we should win this one.

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Hudobin started the game again in the absence of Ben Bishop (lower body), who is expected to return on Saturday after missing the last five matches. The 32-year-old Russian also started in Edmonton on Monday, making 30 stops at 1-0 overtime loss.

He again took 30 seconds to improve by 5-5-2.

After receiving the start, Mike Smith, Rittich finished with 24 saves. He falls to 8-2-1.


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