John Klingberg rifles home overtime winner to clinch the series for the Stars – Dallas Video



Stars defenseman John Klingberg fires a shot from the circle that beats the glove of Pekka Rinne for the overtime winner in Game 6, sending Dallas to the Second Round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs!

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  1. Predchockers……i dont like it dont love dont want no more of it!!!!lol maybe next yr 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  2. Congrats to the Stars, this is the year of the underdog this year

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  3. Habs could've used Radulov this year.

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  4. This should be entertaining.

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  5. So far 4/5 series have been won by the lower seed. God i love playoff hockey

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  6. You Can't make no prediction when it comes to hockey , i love this sport

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  7. I have 1 name when comes to nashville chocking in playoffs: RINNE

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  8. Sorry, Washington. You're the last division winner left in the playoffs.

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  9. Considering how rude Preds fan act with their goal celebrations not sad that they are out and still have not won a Stanley Cup. As for Dallas I don't like that Tyler Seguin, a douche in real life, is on the winning side though so hopefully they are ousted eventually. Hopefully in time neither Dallas or Vegas are around for the Stanley Cup Finals.

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  10. Dallas wouldn’t had need ot to win if the refs made the damn calls and also wow the stars fans are loud including me

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  11. Hey goalies learn to think for yourself instead of being robots. The majority of shooters in the NHL shoot high so going down into the butterfly early isn't something you should do. Maybe learn from a HOFer hybrid goalie that won 3 Stanley Cups and went to 5 … Marty Brodeur.

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  12. What an ending. What a game. Rinne and Bishop both at the top of their game tonight, gotta love playoff hockey.

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  13. stop calling Radulov as Rae-dew-luv ffs. learn how to pronounce non-American names

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  14. This is the best sport in the world.

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  15. Congratulations Predators?!

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  16. Good series stars. Tough way to go but y'all out played us for most if not the entirety of this series and Bishop was unreal. Good luck the rest of the way.

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  17. Pekka Rinne is just too good right now.

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  18. minus TAmpa,minus Nashville,minus Jets,minus Flames 1st raund.Epic play-ofs

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  19. Anyone else’s bracket 0-5 so far?

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  20. Ouhohohohoho cant wait for what UT has in store for the preds.

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  21. Awesome Dallas, I truly hope you guys at least get to the cup finals. I'd love to see cogs raise a cup for once. Good luck to you guys.

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  22. Rewatched this whole game just cause it was so good lol

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  23. Dallas Stars – BEST TEAM !!! GO STARS Stanley Cup !!! PS super pass Alex Radu !!

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  24. super pass Alex Radu !!

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  25. So cool to see hockey flourishing in Dallas. Love to see it.

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  26. I feel like Columbus and Dallas are gonna surprise us, beat everyone and against each other in the Stanley Cup

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  27. This goal horn is a bit different than I remember. It sounds more like the horn of Reunion Arena

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  28. Thank you Dallas for knocking out the Predators

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  29. Sweet, sweet, sweet victory, yeah!

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  30. Washington is the only "contender" team left. What the duck is happening in the playoffs???? I just hope Carolina finishes them off.

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  31. That was the goalies fault. It’s rare that a player has time to actually set up a shot in playoff hockey speed. He not only set it up to shoot, he got to check that the puck was flat and in the middle of his curve, watch slowly. Then as he released, only Seguin, was in view. It was a shot any NHL goalie should have had considering the type of shot, the distance from the net and the release being shown, not tucked behind a defenders legs or shoulder.

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  32. So glad I don't have to see Carrie Underwood every 6 minutes this playoff year…

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  33. On to give St. Louis "the blues"…😂

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