Stars Shock Wolves in Overtime for 2-1 WinNov 21, 2017
CEDAR PARK, Texas - Landon Bow's 31 saves kept the Texas Stars in the game, and Jason Dickinson provided the heroics to beat the Chicago Wolves by a 2-1 final in overtime on Tuesday night at Allstate Arena.
Texas was outshot by the Wolves, 19-3, in the first period alone, but Bow weathered the storm and gave the Stars the chance they needed, giving up only a power-play goal to Chicago's Brandon Pirri at 8:13 of the third.
Texas (9-8-0-1) continues its seven-game road trip Friday against the Cleveland Monsters at 12 p.m. CST.
Dickinson's game-winner came from the right circle and tied Curtis McKenzie for the team lead with his eight of the season. McKenzie assisted on Dickinson's goal to extend his point streak to five games.
Kasmir Kaskisuo suffered the loss for the Wolves (4-10-1-1) stopping 18 of 20 in net. Chicago's winless skid was extended to seven games (0-5-1-1).
After more than 34 minutes of scoreless hockey, Matt Mangene opened the scoring for Texas off Max French's centering feed from behind the net for his fifth of the season.
Travis Morin's point streak for Texas came to an end at five games.
The Stars finished 0-for-2 on the power play. Chicago was 1-for-4.