Stars come back to win on the road

Austin American-Statesman - - C SPORTS - MARK J. TER­RILL / AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS From staff re­ports

the Kansas City Roy­als un­til in­jur­ing his hip in a 1991 NFL play­off game. He briefly re­turned to base­ball af­ter hip re­place­ment surgery.

“Back when I was play­ing, that was my job,” Admirals scored off an as­sist from Daniel Bang early in the sec­ond pe­riod to give Mil­wau­kee the lead head­ing into the third pe­riod. Cody Eakin pro­vided the equal­iz­ing goal for the Stars 13:35 into the third pe­riod off of a Matt Fraser as­sist on a power Jack­son said. “I never saw it as, ‘Hey, I’m tran­scend­ing an era here and I’m a pop icon or what­ever or I’m this per­son.’ I’m not blow­ing smoke here: I saw what I was do­ing — it was my job. ... It Mil­wau­kee — The Texas Stars trailed by a goal mid­way through the third pe­riod but man­aged to send the game into over­time and pre­vailed 2-1 on Wed­nes­day night.

Austin Wat­son of the play.

The Stars needed only one shot on goal to take the win in the over­time pe­riod as Colton Sce­viour scored just over a minute into the fi­nal pe­riod. To­mas Vin­cour and Jordie Benn pro­vided the as­sist on the game win­ner.

Cristo­pher Nil­strop stopped 24 of the Admirals’ 25 shots while his coun­ter­part, Jeremy Smith, saved 24 of 26 shots for the Admirals.

The Stars next face the Hous­ton Aeros at the Cedar Park Cen­ter at 7:30 on Fri­day night.

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