Stars Overpower Wolves in 7-3 Road Win

Oct 16, 2015


Stars - 30
Wolves - 26

Rallo Tallies his 150th Point as a Star

ROSEMONT, Ill. -- The Texas Stars erupted for three power play goals and Greg Rallo tallied his 150th career point for the franchise in a 7-3 road win over the Chicago Wolves on Friday night in front of 3,321 in attendance at Allstate Arena.

Rallo's milestone point came on a power play goal as part of a sequence for the Stars (2-0-0-0)where he and Devin Shore scored nine seconds apart to open a 4-2 lead in the second period. The two forwards each finished with two goals in the win.

Texas continues their three-game road weekend Saturday at 7 p.m. when they visit the Rockford IceHogs.

The Stars opened up the scoring with a pair of goals late in the first period. Shortly after killing off the Wolves' first power play of the night, Matej Stransky snapped home his first of the season at 13:26 on assists from Brendan Ranford and Stephen Johns. Just over three minutes later, Gemel Smith scored his first of the year after Stransky forced a turnover in the Wolves' zone and fed the puck in front.

The Wolves (1-1-0-0) knotted things up at 2-2 with goals from Peter Harrold at 6:20 and Danny Kristo at 16:09, but Shore and Rallo quickly responded for the Stars to pull away. Shore buried his second of the year 40 seconds after Kristo tied the game, and Rallo netted first of the game just nine seconds later to make it 4-2.

Rallo added a fifth goal for the Stars 1:13 into the third for his second of the game. Ty Rattie tried to spark a comeback for Chicago with his third of the season 20 seconds later, but the Stars added goals from Cole Ully and Shore again to pull away.

John Muse earned his second win of the season with 23 saves. Pheonix Copley suffered the loss, stopping 23.

The Stars finished 3-for-6 on the power play, and killed off all four Chicago power plays.

Three Stars:
1. Greg Rallo (TEX)
2. Matej Stransky (TEX)
3. Brendan Ranford (TEX)
W - John Muse
L - Pheonix Copley

Photo Credit: Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves

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