from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,
These are the types of games the Red Wings are still learning to finish, grab the victory, and move on to the next game.
They proved Friday they're still grasping how to do those things, and it cost them a point in the standings.
Dallas tied the game late in regulation, then won it overtime on Roope Hintz's power-play goal, giving the Stars a 5-4 overtime victory.
"We played good at times, but just costly mistakes at costly times," forward Dylan Larkin said.
Hintz was alone in front of goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic and tapped in Joe Pavelski's pass for his 17th goal. The Stars got on the power play when Robby Fabbri tripped Hintz, giving the Stars the four-on-three advantage in overtime.
Stars forward Jason Robertson, who played his youth hockey in the Detroit area, tied it 4-4 at 18:57 of the third period, sending the game into overtime.
It was a frustrating way to give away a point, given the Wings had played well enough to claim a victory.
"We played a real good game, we have to find ways to win those kind of games," coach Jeff Blashill said. "It's part of the process we're going through here, learning how to win and we played way too good not to win."
from Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now,