Dadonov lifts Golden Knights to 3-2 OT win over Stars

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DALLAS (AP) β€” Evgenii Dadonov scored in overtime, capping the Vegas Golden Knights' comeback over the Dallas Stars 3-2 on Wednesday night.

Shea Theodore scored the first goal for Vegas, followed by Jonathan Marchessault, who tied the game with a shot from the left faceoff dot with 1:02 remaining in the third. Laurent Brossoit, making his first start for the Golden Knights, stopped 32 shots.

For Dallas, Luke Glendening and Alexander Radulov scored, and Anton Khudobin had 18 saves.

The winning goal came when Dadonov picked up the puck inside the right faceoff circle, turned and sent a shot past Khudobin. Nicolas Roy assisted.

Two was the magic number on Wednesday: Both teams used their No. 2 goalie, scored on their second shot and Glendening and Theodore picked up their second goals of the season.

The Stars struck first just 2:20 into the game with a shot by Glendening. Vegas responded at 3:47, when Theodore beat Khudobin.

Vegas had a season-low 20 shots on goal.

Despite Dallas's 15-5 advantage in shots on goal in the first period, it ended in a 1-1 tie. Dallas broke that at 6:56 of the second, when Radulov tipped in a high shot from the right point by Jani Hakanpaa.

NOTES: Golden Knights LW William Carrier was helped off the ice five minutes into the second period after going down while blocking a shot by Dallas RW Denis Gurianov. ... Radulov's first goal of the season gave him five points (three goals, two assists) in his last three games against Vegas. Heiskanen has four assists in his last two games vs. the Golden Knights. ... Robin Lehner had started Vegas' first six games. ... Vegas failed to score on its only power play, leaving the Golden Knights 0 for 15 this season. The Stars have successfully killed 18 of 21 power plays in their seven games.

UP NEXT

Golden Knights: At home against Anaheim on Friday.

Stars: Complete a two-game home stand Friday versus Ottawa.

Lary Bump, The Associated Press

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