DALLAS — Oliver Kylington exited the penalty box, joined a rush and scored to cap a three-goal rally in the third period as the Calgary Flames defeated the Dallas Stars 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Kylington jumped into a 3-on-1 break, took a pass from Rasmus Andersson and beat Dallas goalie Jake Oettinger.
Andrew Mangiapane and Johnny Gaudreau also scored third-period goals, and Elias Lindholm assisted on the tying and winning goals. Trevor Lewis also scored for Calgary.
Calgary peppered Oettinger with 18 shots in the third period.
Flames goalie Dan Vladar faced just five shots after replacing Jacob Markstrom to begin the third period. Markstrom stopped 20 of 23 shots in the first two periods.
Joel Hanley, Jason Robertson and Jamie Benn scored for Dallas.
The Flames took a 1-0 lead 1:54 into the game on a goal by Lewis on a 2-on-1 rush.
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For the Stars, Hanley tied the score with his first career goal in his 100th NHL game. Robertson and Benn scored to give the Stars a 3-1 lead heading into the third period.
Oettinger gave up a goal on the game’s second shot but regrouped to make 37 saves.
The game’s first two goals came from unlikely scorers.
Hanley scored on a partially blocked shot that bounced crazily toward the net and took a left turn between Markstrom’s legs, tying the game at 1. Rookie Riley Damiani’s assist was his first in his seventh NHL game, and Tanner Kero recorded his third assist in 20 games this season.
Veterans Lewis and Milan Lucic, who had an assist, have played in all 41 games for the Flames this season. The goal was Lewis’ fourth, and the assist was the seventh for Lucic. Rookie Adam Ruzicka received his second assist in 13 NHL games for passing across to Lewis.
Robertson gave Dallas a 2-1 lead at 18:12 of the first with a wrist shot from high in the slot for his 17th goal.
The Stars put pressure on Markstrom in the second period, outshooting Calgary 17-14. Benn scored at 11:20 of the second period. Tyler Seguin sent the puck in front, where Benn had two chances and put the second in on a backhand shot for his 11th this season.