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Stars hang on to defeat Capitals

Dallas has won three in row, Washington rally falls short

by Steve Hunt / Correspondent

Seguin's PP goal blows game open

WSH@DAL: Seguin scores second of game on PP rebound

2/13/16: Tyler Seguin waits on the left side of the net and buries a rebound for a power-play goal to put the Stars up 4-0 late in the 2nd

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DALLAS -- Tyler Seguin scored two goals in the second period, and goalie Kari Lehtonen made 20 saves to help the Dallas Stars to a 4-3 win against the Washington Capitals at American Airlines Center on Saturday.

Dallas led 4-0 entering the third period, but Alex Ovechkin, Justin Williams and Andre Burakovsky each scored in a 9:51 span to get Washington within a goal.

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Capitals look to break through against Stars

Washington has lost eight straight to Dallas dating to 2008

by Steve Hunt / Correspondent

CAPITALS (40-9-4) at STARS (35-15-5)   

TV: 8 p.m. ET; CSN-DC, FS-SW, NHL.TV

DALLAS -- The Washington Capitals have lost eight consecutive games to the Dallas Stars, a fact Capitals coach Barry Trotz is so aware of that he can summon the date of Washington's last win against Dallas.

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