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DALLAS (AP) Once the Boston Bruins broke through in the third period www.officialkings.com , they couldn’t be stopped.David Pastrnak snapped a tie with 12 seconds left and the Bruins scored three straight goals in the third to rally past the fading Dallas Stars 3-2 on Friday night.”We said between periods we just need the one goal,” Pastrnak said. ”If we get the first one, we’re going to get another.”Brad Marchand scored Boston’s first goal and assisted on the other two, including a short-handed goal by Tim Schaller that tied it midway through the third period.With only seconds remaining, a scramble followed a faceoff in the Dallas end, and Marchand passed to Pastrnak in front. While falling down, he put the puck past Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen.”I was thinking shoot,” Marchand said, ”but I had a couple guys in my lane and I saw (Pastrnak) drive and I figured if I get it down there Los Angeles Kings T-Shirts Authentic , hopefully he can make a play.”Tuukka Rask made a season-high 40 saves for the Bruins.”He made a lot of really big saves, especially early on,” Marchand said. ”He’s been the backbone of our team all year, for a few years now.”The second-place Bruins won for the first time in three games (1-0-2) to move within four points of Atlantic Division leader Tampa Bay. Boston has already clinched a playoff berth.The Stars are winless in their last seven games (0-5-2). They remained four points behind Colorado for the second Western Conference wild card.”I didn’t think we were very good in our own end with the puck,” coach Ken Hitchcock said. ”We had all kinds of opportunities on the first and third goal to get it out.”Dallas led 2-0 on a first-period goal by Esa Lindell and Jamie Benn’s short-handed score late in the second.In the third, Marchand tipped in a shot by Pastrnak before Schaller scored on a 2-on-1 with Marchand.Lehtonen finished with 33 saves.”We had the game. We just need to keep going,” Lehtonen said. ”It was a broken play, that (first) goal. Shot that got tipped. I thought it was going to come faster to the net.”Lindell scored 2:26 into the game. Jason Dickinson tried to deflect a shot from the right point into the net but the puck went wide right. Curtis McKenzie picked it up behind the goal line and passed to Lindell high in the left faceoff circle. His wrist shot went in off Rask’s right arm.Benn missed two good scoring opportunities early in the second period, but connected at 19:22. He took a pass from Tyler Seguin at the Dallas blue line and had a breakaway when Matt Grzelcyk fell down. Benn slid a backhand under Rask.NOTES: The Bruins have won their last five games in Dallas. … Stars D Marc Methot returned after missing four games because of a hand injury. … Three of Schaller’s 11 goals have come short-handed. … Benn’s short-handed goal was his first this season Los Angeles Kings Hoodies Authentic , the Stars’ fifth and the ninth allowed by Boston. … Dallas gave up eight goals in 22 opponent power plays on its winless six-game road trip but returned home and killed off all three against Boston. The Bruins’ penalty killers are 12 for 13 in the last five games, including 4 for 4 on Friday. … Marchand has 20 points (eight goals, 12 assists) in his last 11 games.UP NEXTBruins: Visit the Minnesota Wild on Sunday, the third stop on a four-game trip.Stars: Play the second of three straight home games Sunday against Vancouver.— NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Minnesota Wild coach Bruce Boudreau wasn’t patting himself on the back after putting Mike Reilly, Chris Stewart and backup goaltender Alex Stalock into the lineup against the New Jersey Devils.The three deserved a chance to play after sitting out a while. They made the most of it.Joel Eriksson Ek and Stewart scored in a 39-second span during Minnesota’s three-goal second period that Reilly ignited, and Stalock made 38 saves as the Wild rallied from two down to beat the Devils 4-2 on Thursday night.”We have a lot of guys playing the same way,” Boudreau said about his moves. ”There is no reason why some guy sits out for another guy because you are a team of 22. We are playing as a team right now, so that is what happened.”The win was the 11th in 17 games for the Wild (11-3-3) and it moved them into third place in the Central Division.Eric Staal iced the game with an empty-net goal Los Angeles Kings Hats Authentic , his 900th NHL point.”I still feel like I have a lot of hockey left in my career, but nonetheless it’s a nice even number,” Stall said of the milestone, which came on his team-high 27th goal. ”It’s been a lot of fun. A ton of credit to the guys I’ve played with over my career so far and I’m hoping for a lot more the rest of my time playing.”Taylor Hall and Stefan Noesen scored for the Devils, who have lost two in a row after a four-game winning streak. Eddie Lack made 21 saves.Hall’s 13-game point streak is the longest in NHL this season, one more than David Pastrnak of Boston.”A couple of miscues, a couple of errors on our part … giving up odd-man rushes, giving up easy tap-ins backdoor,” Hall said. ”That’s something we review and you’ve got to take care of. ”Reilly Custom Los Angeles Kings Jerseys , who had sat out the last four games, got Minnesota on the board with a little luck. His shot from the point was stopped by Lack, but the rebound ricocheted off defenseman John Moore into the net at 7:28 of the second period. It came six seconds after a Minnesota power play ended.Eriksson Ek, who snapped a 50-game goal drought on Tuesday, poked a great, one-handed, cross-ice pass by Daniel Winnik past Lack at 12:25 to tie the game.Stewart, who had played in only one of the last seven games, capped the outburst with a shot from the left circle that Lack probably should have stopped. It was Stewart’s first goal since Dec. 19.”We were in control for most of the game www.officialwild.com ,” Lack said. ”Guys played well enough in front of me. It’s unfortunate that Stalock outplayed me. But you know what? I’ve got to have that third one. He found the five-hole. It was a good move by him but I’ve got to be better there.”Stalock made the lead stand up in the final period, stopping 16 shots – including excellent saves on Hall, Nico Hischier and Kyle Palmieri.The Devils seemed to be in control early in the second period when Noesen scored in close to make it 2-0.Hall had given New Jersey the lead midway through the first with a power-play goal on a shot from the right circle. He has scored in three straight games and has 26 goals this season.NOTES: After the game, the Devils acquired speedy forward Michael Grabner from the Rangers in the first trade between the cross-river rivals. New Jersey sent a 2018 second-round draft pick and 20-year-old defensive prospect Yegor Rykov to New York. … One of the biggest cheers of the night was for the United States women’s hockey team. Highlights of the gold-medal win over Canada were shown in the first period. … Devils forward Miles Wood was back in the lineup after serving a two-game suspension for boarding. … Minnesota’s bus ride from New York City in the rain – roughly 13 miles – took 90 minutes. … Patrik Elias, whose jersey will be retired Saturday by the Devils, dropped the puck for a ceremonial opening faceoff.Wild: Finish a New York City-area swing at the Rangers on Friday night.Devils: Host the New York Islanders on Saturday night.—

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