Well, that happened.
Again, the Dallas Stars appeared nervous and panicked. Again, the defense was almost non-existent.
The Stars got on the board early, and first, with a goal from Alex Chiasson, who up to this point has been a rare scorer. He's had plenty of potential, but for the most part failed to live up to it. Ruff put him on the first line last night, alongside Seguin and Benn who assisted Chiasson's goal. Personally, I like Chiasson on the first line over Nichushkin. The hope with Nichushkin is he can develop into a consistent scorer, and being on a line with Benn and Seguin was too much star power shared between three people, with Nichuskin forgotten in favor of Benn and Seguin's on ice bromance.
There were glimmers of hope last night. Down two goals in the third period, Ryan Garbutt took advantage of the puck's bad bounce on the choppy Anaheim ice and put Dallas within a goal of catching up to the Ducks. Again proving that Garbutt serves himself and ...