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Datsyuk, Athanasiou power Red Wings past Stars

Detroit has won three straight after overtime victory

by Steve Hunt / Correspondent

Athanasiou's two-goal night

DET@DAL: Athanasiou lead Wings with two-goal night

2/29/16: Andreas Athanasiou scores twice against the Stars, highlighted by an amazing effort in the 3rd period, to lead the Red Wings to a win

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DALLAS -- Pavel Datsyuk scored on the power play 2:33 into overtime to give the Detroit Red Wings a 3-2 win against the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center on Monday.

Datsyuk roofed a wrist shot from the edge of the left circle off a rebound 42 seconds after Dallas forward Mattias Janmark was called for hooking.

"Pavel is an elite, elite player," Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. "I don't care how old he is, he's an elite player in the League, one of the best in the League still today. He's unbelievably competitive, he wins pucks and he plays such a complete game. He's a special player."

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Situation Room

Video Review: DET @ DAL - 17:32 of the Second Period

Referee's call on ice stands - good goal Dallas @NHLdotcom

Situation Room: DET vs. DAL

Situation Room: Sceviour's goal stands after review

2/29/16: The referees review Colton Sceviour's goal at 17:32 of the 2nd period and the call stands as a good goal

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At 17:32 of the second period in the Red Wings/Stars game, video review confirmed that the puck deflected off of Colton Sceviour and entered the Detroit net in a legal fashion. Therefore the referee's call on the ice stands - good goal Dallas.

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Red Wings look to continue winning ways at Stars

Detroit has won six straight at American Airlines Center

by Steve Hunt / Correspondent

RED WINGS (31-20-11) AT STARS (38-19-6) 

TV: 8:30 p.m. ET; SNP, FS-DET, FS-SW, NHL.TV 

DALLAS -- The Detroit Red Wings have won six consecutive games against the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center, a streak Detroit coach Jeff Blashill would like to continue Monday night. 

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