Stars Shine, Blast Blues 6-2

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The struggles continue for the St. Louis Blues. They fell hard to the Stars 6-2 on Thursday night in Dallas. John Klingberg’s two goals and Tyler Seguin’s four assists lead the offensive attack for Dallas. The game was scoreless after one period. The Stars got the game’s first goal at 6:35 of the second period on Patrick Eave’s tip in. Paul Stastny’s fourth goal of the season tied the game 1-1. But just 31 seconds later, the Stars grabbed the lead back on Klingberg’sa first goal of the night. Dallas scored two goals early in the third period. Alexander Steen appeared to score his 200th goal of his career, but it was nullified by a goalie interference call on Patrik Berglund. Alex Pietrangelo did score a goal to get the deficit down to 4-2. The Stars added tow goals in a 17 second span to blow the game wide open at 6-2. Jake Allen allowed five goals on 26 shots faced and took the loss.

The Blues return home this weekend for two games; Saturday, 11/5 at 6:00 PM against the Blue Jackets and Sunday, 11/6 at 4:00 PM against the Avalanache.


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