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Red Wings fight back to beat Stars

Red Wings fight back to beat Stars

Patrick Eaves scored a hat trick as the Detroit Red Wings fought back from two goals down to beat the Dallas Stars 7-3 in the NHL on Wednesday.
Goals by Brad Richards, Mark Fistric and Jamie Benn in a 1:14 span in the second period gave the Stars a 3-1 lead. But Eaves struck on the power play after Nicklas Lidstrom scored at even strength to help the Red Wings tie it 3-3 entering the final period.
Brad Stuart's blast from the point got past screened goalie Kari Lehtonen to give Detroit the lead for good.
Kris Draper annd Jiri Hudler also scored for the Western Conference-leading Red Wings.
Wild 5, Sharks 3
In St. Paul, Minnesota, Kyle Brodziak scored twice in Minnesota's comeback victory over San Jose.
The Wild trailed 3-2 and appeared to be headed toward another home loss after failing to score on a 4-minute power play to start the third period. But Chuck Kobasew, Brent Burns and Brodziak scored in a 5-minute span and the Wild overwhelmed the suddenly reeling Sharks in the final period.
Joe Thornton, Devin Setoguchi and Patrick Marleau scored for San Jose.
Islanders 2, Penguins 1, SO
In Uniondale, New York, Sidney Crosby's 25-game points streak was snapped as Pittsburgh's high-powered offense was held in check by New York, who took a shootout victory.
Islanders and goalie Rick DiPietro, who stopped the Pittsburgh captain and the rest of the Penguins' high-powered offense in a 2-1 shootout victory Wednesday night.
Crosby had at least a point in every game since Nov. 3. The run, in which Crosby had 26 goals and 24 assists, was the longest in the NHL since 1992-93. Crosby also had scored a goal in five consecutive games before being shut down by the Islanders.
Crosby was also denied on Pittsburgh's second shootout attempt by goalie Rick DiPietro.
Josh Bailey gave the Islanders a 1-0 lead in the second period, but Chris Conner tied it before the frame was over.
P.A. Parenteau put the Islanders ahead in the shootout and DiPietro sealed the win by stopping Mark Letestu.
Hurricanes 4, Senators 0
In Ottawa, Cam Ward made 37 saves for his second shutout of the season as Carolina beat Ottawa.
Zach Boychuk scored goals 3:48 apart in the first for Carolina. Erik Cole and Patrick Dwyer also scored for the Hurricanes.
Rangers 3, Devils 1
In Newark, New Jersey, New York handed struggling New Jersey its sixth straight loss, leaving the Devils winless since Jacques Lemaire took over as coach.
Henrik Lundqvist made a season-high 43 saves and defenseman Michal Rozsival scored the winner on a deflected second-period shot.
Brian Boyle and Brandon Dubinsky also scored for New York, which gave up a season-high 44 shots.
Travis Zajac scored for the Devils.


Updated : 2021-05-12 09:55 GMT+08:00