Stars score 4 in second period to rally past Kings

Stars score 4 in second period to rally past Kings

Ryan Suter had a goal and an assist to highlight a four-goal second period for the Dallas Stars, who rallied for a 4-3 victory over the visiting Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night.Alexander Radulov, playing in his 500th NHL game, scored the game-winner and Jason Robertson and Luke Glendening also scored for Dallas, which moved into second a tie with Edmonton for the second wild card spot in Western Conference with 63 points.Jake Oettinger made 28 saves for the Stars, who improved to 20-7-1 at home and 12-4-1 over their last 17 games.Arthur Kaliyev had two goals and Phillip Danault also scored for Los Angeles, which had its six-game road winning streak snapped. Cal Petersen finished with 39 saves.Los Angeles took a 1-0 lead at the 3:58 mark of the first period when Danault roofed Trevor Moore’s centering pass between the circles for his 16th goal of the season.Glendening tied it with his eighth goal of the season 43 seconds into the start of a wild six-goal second period.The Kings answered with a pair of goals by Kaliyev, the first multi-goal game of the 20-year-old


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