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SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) - The Dallas Stars missed an opportunity to tighten their grip on their first playoff spot in six years.
The Stars still hold a one-point lead over the Phoenix Coyotes for the second Western Conference wild-card spot. They missed a chance to extend their points lead against a team that has been struggling.
“We stopped skating. You can’t do that, you have to play a full 60 minutes in these games,” Stars forward Jamie Benn said. “We knew it wasn’t going to be easy, they’re not going to give us these games. We have to put this one behind us; it was obviously a terrible outcome. We don’t want to remember this one.”
“Myself and also the team got better as the game went on. We had a really strong second half of the game,” Luongo said. “We’re competitors. Anytime we step on the ice, it doesn’t matter what the circumstances are, you want to have that winning mind-set and try to win.”
“These are good games, the league tunes into these games and they’re big,” Upshall said. “We have an opportunity here to play for something and those are fun games to play in.”
“Obviously, they’re playing for their lives,” Panthers coach Peter Horachek said. “Getting that second one and tying it up was a great momentum boost for us.”
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