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Vegas Golden Knights Face Tough Loss in OT Against Dallas Stars!

In a hard-fought battle, the Dallas Stars emerged victorious over the defending champions, the Vegas Golden Knights. Wyatt Johnson’s second goal of the game, scored with just 3:37 remaining in overtime, sealed the Stars’ 3-2 win in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday.

Stars coach Pete DeBoer expressed his satisfaction with his team’s performance, especially highlighting their strong play in the first period. “I loved the first period. I think we did some really good things,” DeBoer commented. “Executed at a high, high level and had great desperation to our game. Our game’s building, you know, Game 2 was better than Game 1. Game 3 was better than Game 2. So that’s a great sign for me on our group.”

Despite the loss, Golden Knights goalie Logan Thompson’s remarkable performance kept his team in the game, facing a barrage of shots. Thompson faced 46 shots in total, making an impressive 43 saves throughout the game.

Vegas coach Bruce Cassidy acknowledged the urgency displayed by the Stars, admitting that his team struggled to match it. “They had a level of urgency that we weren’t able to match. Sometimes that happens,” Cassidy conceded. “At some point you’ve got to get to your game. It just took us too long. Now, having said that, we weathered it because of Logan. He gave us every chance to get back in the game.”

Stars center Tyler Seguin emphasized the importance of the win, recognizing the challenge of facing the reigning champions on their home ice. “We knew the situation coming into Vegas,” Seguin noted. “We know these guys are the champs from last year, and we know how good they are on home ice. We knew we had to come in here, we had to steal one no matter. Now, we want to steal two.”

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