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Anaheim Ducks defeat Dallas Stars 4-3 (OT). The Ducks trailed 3-2 with seven seconds left in the game which was disappointing since a turnover in the blue line of the Stars’ zone led to the go-ahead goal 13:21 in the third. But the Ducks pulled goalie Ray Emery and at that point, 19:53 in the third, their oldest player Teemu Selanne sent the game to overtime. Standing in the left circle away from all the activity in front of the net, Selanne saw the puck head his way and snapped it past Kari Lehtonen. Then at 1:42 in overtime the Ducks’ youngest player Cam Fowler initiated a rush from the Ducks’ zone, dished the puck over to Bobby Ryan and got it back for the winning goal.

LA Clippers defeat Washington Wizards 127-119 (2OT).


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