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Heika's Take: Stars' victory over Ducks was anything but typical

DALLAS -- The Stars put a period on the season Friday night. They could've put an exclamation point. Heck, maybe even two. But they grabbed a 4-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks, tossing 19 shots on goal against three different goaltenders and meandering their way through a tepid victory that gives them a solid point performance of 98 (their second best in the past 15 seasons).
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Stars finish as first wild card in West, defeat Ducks, EBUG

DALLAS -- The Dallas Stars finished as the first wild card in the Western Conference with a 4-2 win against the Anaheim Ducks at American Airlines Center on Friday. "It's the playoffs, everyone will be ready," Stars forward Radek Faksa said. "That's what you play the whole season for. It's tough to get into the playoffs. So excited to play playoffs, and it's the best thing you can play in hockey -- [the] Stanley Cup Playoffs."
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Stars pull out win against Ducks' emergency goalie

EditorsNote: updates second graf with Dallas’ playoff opponent. Jason Robertson’s team-leading 41st goal broke a tie midway through the third period against Anaheim’s emergency goaltender, and the Dallas Stars earned some momentum for the playoffs with a 4-2 win over the visiting Ducks on Friday night. Defenseman...
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Comtois, Milano each has goal, assist for Ducks in win against Sharks

SAN JOSE -- Max Comtois and Sonny Milano each had a goal and an assist for the Anaheim Ducks in a 5-2 win against the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center on Tuesday. "We scored at opportune times," Anaheim coach Dallas Eakins said. "We didn't start out great but got better as the game went on. We haven't faulted our team at all with the way we've worked since the trade deadline. I think our guys have worked hard and stuck together the best they can."
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Getzlaf wraps up 17-year career in Ducks' 6-3 loss to Blues

 Ryan Getzlaf scored his final NHL point with a behind-the-back pass to Adam Henrique for a goal with 2:41 to play, and the longtime Anaheim captain wrapped up a 17-year career spent entirely with the Ducks in a 6-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues on Sunday night.With one last bit of playmaking brilliance from one of the top centers of his era, Getzlaf finished his prolific career with 1,019 points, the 88th-most in league history.Getzlaf broke in unmarked on St. Louis goalie Ville Husso with ample time to shoot — but in keeping with the pass-first philosophy that defined his career,...
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One last pass: Getzlaf wraps up career in Ducks' loss to STL

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Getzlaf skated in with the puck on his stick and a clear path to goal. With an entire building practically begging him to shoot, the Anaheim Ducks' longtime captain glanced left, spun right and feathered a breathtaking, behind-the-back pass to trailing teammate Adam Henrique, who did not miss.
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