ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Dallas Stars got off to a rough start this season but they have been making a push to turn their season around over the past two weeks.
They capitalized on mistakes by the Blues in the first period on Saturday night, then seized control with power-play goals from Trevor Daley and Jason Demers in the second period and held on to beat the Blues 4-3.
“Anytime you get to play a team like St. Louis it’s a measuring stick for us,” Daley said. “We see where we’re at. We’re trying to get back in this. It’s a dogfight for us. We dug ourselves a hole; we’re trying to get out of it, and beating teams like St. Louis is obviously a great feeling.”
The Stars (15-14-5), who got 30 saves from Kari Lehtonen, have won five of their last six. Dallas had a four-game win…
View original post 603 more words