This season I’m going to write one good thing about each and every Dallas Stars game. A full season of hockey includes an incredible amount of ups and downs, but I’m on a mission to find the one good thing that stands out that the Dallas Stars did each and every game this season.
Saturday night was an absolute doozy for Dallas Stars fans. The team gave up three shorthanded goals, the defense looked atrocious, the power play looked out of sync again, among many other things. However, the one good thing: Dallas Stars game 4 of 82 is that they actually won the game.
The Stars are the first team in NHL history to give up three shorthanded goals and eventually win the game. Yes, the game went to overtime, the third instance in four games to begin the season. Luckily, this game didn’t go to a shootout thanks to Captain America Joe Pavelski.
There are numerous problems with the start to the season, but somehow the Stars keep on winning. That’s basically all you can ask for if you’re a fan of the Dallas Stars, so it’s a little strange that I’m pointing out the bad things in a win in a one good thing blog.
The Dallas Stars are 3-0-1 and will play the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday night on the road and hope to continue their winning ways. One good thing: Dallas Stars game 4 of 82 was that they actually won the game after giving up three shorthanded goals.