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Sabers vs. Stars – NHL Game Recap – January 23, 2023

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Dallas — – Rookie Defenseman Owen Bauer Scored his first goal of the season 56 seconds into overtime and 41′ Craig Anderson He stopped 29 of 31 shots in his 700th NHL appearance as Buffalo Saber hit the Dallas stars 3-2 Monday night.

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Rasmus Dalin And Victor Olofsson He also scored for the Sabers, who won three straight games. Seeking a playoff berth for the first time since 2011, the Sabers moved within three points of the second eastern wild-card spot.

Bauer was eight days old when Anderson made his NHL debut on November 30, 2002 with the Chicago Blackhawks.

“You just keep yelling,” said Anderson, who made several saves during the first 10 minutes as Dallas led 1-0 and beat Buffalo 10-0. “Whoever the teacher is, the teacher is. The love of the game is real. It doesn’t feel like it’s been that long.”

“He’s had a lot of years in the NHL and there won’t be a lot of years left for him in the NHL,” Sabers coach Don Granato said of Anderson. “He knows every moment is special, and tonight was another one of those.”

Record the force from the right circle of a pass from Thompson crownwho caught two passes, seconds after hitting the post.

“Obviously it’s fantastic,” said Bauer, who scored two goals in eight games last season. “I hope to get more.”

jimmy ben And Jason Robertson Score for the stars, who have had cracks in the latter two. Jake Oettinger Made 22 exports. By earning 1 point, Dallas held a 1-point lead over Winnipeg Jets to command the Central Division.

“I’m going for a glass half full,” Stars coach Peter DeBoer said. “We played a lot of good hockey and found a way to get an important point.”

Benn opened the scoring at 1:48, 25 seconds into a power play, with a second pressure into the far corner of the net after a skate save with a pass. Rob Hintzwho had missed the previous seven Dallas games due to an upper body injury.

Dahlen’s one-run blast from the high hole tied the score at 1 midway through the period.

Olofsson converted a 3-on-2 break with one timer from the right circle 1:44 into the third period to put Buffalo up 2-1.

Robertson scored at 5:58 to tie the score at 2 after collecting the puck on the doorstep positioned Joe Pavelskywho assisted on both Dallas goals.

Robertson is tied for fourth in the league with 65 points. Thompson ranks sixth with 63 goals. Robertson scored 32 goals, tied with Thompson and Colorado Mikko Rantanen For third place in the league.

Hockey (officials) are tough

Referee Foreman South had to leave the game early in the second half to receive medical attention after a Buffalo touchdown Peyton Crips I grabbed him by the chin with a stick. Referee TJ Luxmore went it alone but only for a few minutes before South joined him.

Notes

Sabers 6-3 in overtime, Stars 2-6. … It was Bean’s 19th goal of the season, one that surpasses the goal scored by the 2015 Art Ross Award winner last season. … Dahlen has a career-high 14 goals this season with 53 points, which matches his career best last season. The senior draft pick entered 2018 second in points among defensemen behind San Jose Eric Carlson (62).

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Sabers: A noon-to-noon road will complete Tuesday vs St. Louis Blues.

Stars: You will host Carolina Hurricanes Wednesday for the third of four consecutive home games of the All-Star break—followed by four more home games from the break.

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