Bean gets three points for leading the Stars past the Islanders

dallas – jimmy ben Scored the go-ahead goal and two assists, helping the Dallas Stars defeat the New York Islanders 5-2 at the American Airlines Center on Saturday.

“Every time I came to work this summer after I took the job, he was the first guy in the gym,” Dallas coach Peter DeBoer said of Ben. “He was the first to train, he was the first to try to be faster. No one has done more work than him coming this season. I think you get what you give sometimes. He plays great.”

Mason March He had a purpose and help, Tyler Seguin two passes, f Jason Robertson He scored to extend his score streak to 11 games in the NHL’s Stars (11-5-2), who won three of four (3-0-1). Jake Oettinger Made 27 saves.

“I suspect [Oettinger] “They kept us in it as long as we needed,” said Bean, the Dallas captain. “Every time we scored a goal, they found a way to bring some momentum back, and we finally broke through in the third (period). There.”

Video: NYI @ DAL: Bean scores his eighth goal of the season in the third period

Matthew Barzal Scored his first two goals of the season in his 19th game with the Islanders (11-8-0). Semyon Varlamov Made 30 saves.

“I’m excited to score, whether it’s the first time or the fifth,” Barzal said. “I know you were making a deal [not having a goal]But I didn’t bother for a moment. It’s literally about making an impact and helping the team win. That’s right.”

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Barzal gave New York a 1-0 lead at 1:30 of the second period when he tipped Alexander Romanov shot.

Radek hatched it It was tied at 1-1 at 6:57 after Seguín crossed it to him.

Barzal’s second game he made it 2-1 in the power play at 14:19. Record from the slot outside a Brooke Nelson passes.

“We all knew it was coming,” the Islanders captain Andress me He said. “He’s had those looks before. So now we can stop worrying about that and start seeing him do that more often. I don’t think it was as big of a deal as it was made up.”

Video: NYI @ DAL: Marchment March results in the second period

Marchment tied it 2-2 at 14:59 on a wrist shot through traffic that went over the down bar.

Bean gave Dallas a 3-2 lead at 8:17 of the third period with a backhand hit Issa LindellAn invisible pass from behind the net. He has nine points (four goals, five assists) over five straight points.

“We definitely started better,” said New York coach Len Lambert, whose team trailed 3-1 halfway through the first half of their previous game, after losing 5-4 at the Nashville Predators on Thursday. “We didn’t finish strong enough in the third period. As a result, we fell short of getting the result we wanted in a game that I think we could have won.”

Video: NYI @ DAL: Robertson increases the Stars’ lead in third

Robertson made it 4-2 at 16:27 from the right circle outside A.J Joe Pavelsky Showdown win. He has 20 points (10 goals, 10 assists) during his score streak.

Jani Hakanpa He scored into an empty net with 21 seconds remaining for the final 5-2.

stars forward Rob Hintz It was scratched with a lower body injury. He had 15 points (six goals, nine assists) in 10-game winning streak.
Dallas used 11 forwards and seven defensemen.

“It was an audacious win tonight,” said Seguin. “Missing a few guys, maybe missing our best player in Roope, some guys have long days, some sick guys. Just a weird day coming from a long road trip. Gotsie wins.”

Notes: Islanders forward Kyle Palmieri He played his 700th NHL game. It was minus 2 without shots on goal in 18:29 of ice time. … New York defender Adam Bellick He was minus -3 and played 19:06 in his 400th NHL game. … Seguin’s first assist was his 700th NHL point, making him the first player from the 2010 NHL Draft to reach the milestone. He has 701 points (309 goals, 392 assists) in 843 games since being named second overall by the Boston Bruins. … Scott Wedgwood Oettinger backed up two days after he was taken off the ice on a stretcher due to an upper body injury during a 6-4 win over the Florida Panthers.

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