The Dallas Stars and the Detroit Red Wings have not been able to get a handle on who was responsible for the goal that tied the game at one in the second period of Game 7.
It all started with a little help from a little bit of luck.
A lot of teams don’t play the Dallas Mavericks on the road.
So, there’s a chance the Stars could get some help from the Mavs if they needed it.
The Stars, who have won five straight games, got some help when a game-winning goal in the third period was scored by Dallas defenseman Tyler Seguin.
He was able to take a pass from Dallas center Travis Moen and beat Detroit center Tomas Tatar to the puck at the 3:48 mark of the third.
Tatar’s goal was his 10th of the season, but he’s not the only player to score a goal in that time.
The Red Wings scored twice in the first period.
First, defenseman Niklas Kronwall scored his second of the year after he had a breakaway and then Mattias Backstrom scored his third of the playoffs after he was able put a shot on net from a tight angle.
The Mavericks, who are coming off a 3-0 series sweep of the Kings, went on to tie the game with a power-play goal in regulation, but they couldn’t capitalize on the chance as the Stars were able to keep it a scoreless game.