Dallas Stars defeat the Vegas Golden Knights in a decisive overtime victory.

Jamie Benn, the captain of the Dallas Stars, was given a two-game suspension before to Thursday night’s game between the Dallas Stars and the Vegas Golden Knights for his poor performance against Mark Stone in game three.

Dallas entered this game behind the series 3-0, so of course they had their backs against the wall as well. In an effort to get back into the series, game four offered the chance to force a game five.

They didn’t get off to a good start, either, as they conceded another goal almost away. Reilly Smith made a fantastic pass that William Karlsson tapped in at 4:17 of the first period to give the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead.

It appeared as though game three will be repeated at that point. Dallas, on the other hand, reacted at 15:42 of the same period.

To tie things up, Jason Robertson scored on the power play. They really needed that since they couldn’t allow this game to get out of hand.

On Thursday, the Dallas Stars and Vegas Golden Knights played a fantastic game.

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However, at 10:23 in the second, a goal by Jonathan Marchessault gave Vegas the advantage once more. Due to their prolific goal-scoring, Marchessault and Karlsson must be contenders for the Conn Smythe Trophy.

However, that absolute superstar Jason Robertson wasn’t done scoring; at 17:21 of the second period, his second goal of the game knotted the score at two. Since there was no scoring in the third, overtime was once again played.

Dallas Stars had a power play early in the extra session. The Dallas Stars scored with the man advantage to force a fifth game.

Although Roope Hintz performed some dancing with the ball and even had a shot at goal, Miro Heiskanen caught it. The top defender then put it on a tee for Joe Pavelski, who made his one-time shot without missing.

These two clubs will now return to Vegas with distinct goals in mind. Vegas will attempt to win game six in order to conclude the series, while Dallas would prefer to force it. Dallas is in a challenging circumstance, yet they are still alive. All of the pressure will fall back on Vegas if they win game five.

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