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Killorn scores in the OT, as Lightning recovers to defeat Stars

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Tampa – Alex Killorn Scored at 3:43 of overtime, the Tampa Bay Lightning recovered to win 5-4 over the Dallas Stars at Amalie Arena on Tuesday.

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Killorn, who had three points, scored from the hole after a pass Stephen Stamkos for his 500th NHL assist.

“A big goal for our team,” Stamkos said. “Doing it with the extra time goal that helps the team win is probably as good as it gets.”

Stamkos, Nicholas PaulAnd the Ross Colton And the Ian Cole They each had a goal and an assist for the Lightning (9-6-1). Brian Elliott Made 28 exports.

“I think we’re still finding ourselves, but with every game the players are getting more and more comfortable with each other,” Tampa Bay coach John Cooper said. “We’re making great strides. I thought that was a really good test. Dallas has beaten a lot of good teams.”

Video: DAL @ TBL: Killorn scores fifth goal of the season in OT

Joe Pavelsky And the Jason Robertson Each of them had a purpose and help, and Miro Hiskanen He had two assists for the stars (9-5-2). Jake Oettinger Made 33 saves.

“A big point on the road against a really good team,” Dallas coach Peter DeBoer said. “They’re not all going to look great or be perfect games. That match went back and forth three or four times, so that was a good point.”

Colton gave Tampa Bay a 1-0 lead at 1:20 of the first period when he broke a rebound off a shot by Vladislav Namestnikov.

Mason March tied the game at 1-1 with a powerful goal at 14:45 when he redirected a shot from Robertson.

Robertson (18 points, nine goals, nine assists) W Rob Hintz (13 points; four goals, nine assists) Each extended their point streak to nine games on Marchment goal.

“I just got a simple call [the puck] And I tried to change the angle,” Marchment said. “I thought we fought too hard tonight. If we had stayed outside the penalty area tonight, we would have had a really good chance of winning that game.”

Video: DAL @ TBL: Paul scored the sixth goal of the season in the second period

Paul put the Lightning up 2-1 at 4:47 of the second period when he beat Hintz to the puck and scored from the holeshot.

“We were pushing through the middle, winning second battles, coming out of the corners and looking at us,” said Paul. “When you get the pucks and win the fights, things open up.”

Pavelski tied the game at 2-2 at 8:02 with a powerful goal on a follow-up shot from the front.

Robertson gave Dallas a 3-2 lead at 9:57 with an opening shot off a pass from Pavelski.

“It was one of our closest matches, most of our wins are by wide margins,” Roberson said. “It’s our second game of the year in overtime. We had a lot of chances in overtime, but you can’t beat the ice.”

Video: DAL @ TBL: Stamkos scored 8 of the season in the second half

Stamkos tied it up 3-3 with a powerful goal at 14:23, redirecting a shot by Cole.

Cole’s first goal gave the Lightning a 4-3 lead at 3:55 of the third period when he slid past Oettinger’s puck from close range.

“I saw [Victor Hedman] filter for [one timer]So I figured I wasn’t riding too high, Cole said. “He had a little bit of space, he kind of slid in, and I saw guys come into the far post… [I] Just tried to get involved quickly, and it worked. “

Radek hatched it Tied it 4-4 with a short-handed goal at 15:18 after that Mikhail Sergachev I turned the puck in the defensive zone.

“We were holding on and we were down 4-3 late in the third period and there was no panic on the bench,” DeBoer said. “The guys were sticking with it. We needed someone to step up with a big goal and Radek did.”

Video: DAL @ TBL: Cole scores first goal of the season in Round 3

Stamkos is the second Lightning player to reach 500 assists; Martin St. Louis scored 588 points. Team leader Stamkos has 989 points (489 goals and 500 assists) in 938 NHL games.

“For a guy that a lot of people think is just a shooter, I’d rub that in their face a little bit,” Stamkos said. “I’ve been playing for a long time and I’ve played with some really great players. I’ve had a lot of great memories in this league, and I hope I have many more.”

Notes: star center Tay DeLandria He left the game at 4:44 of the third period after a one-time dislocation of his knee. DeBoer said he was being X-rayed. … lightning ahead Corey Perry Had an assist on his first point in 10 games. … Pavelski scored his 430th NHL goal and surpassed Bill Gerin for eighth all-time among players born in the United States. … Stamkos scored his first goal in 11 matches.

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