Dallas Stars Battle Back with Two Late Nov. 12 Goals, Win in Shootout

November 14th, 2009 by Denton Ramsey Leave a reply »
Sitting in the hospital room just seven or so hours after my son was welcomed to the world on Thursday, Nov. 12, I witnessed another miracle while watching the Dallas Stars.

Down 2-0 entering the third and final period of play, the Stars battled back with back-to-back goals in a less than a two minute span to deadlock the game.

Shortly thereafter, Dallas took the W with a shootout victory.

It was quite a birthday gift for Charles (Charlie) Denton Ramsey, who entered the world at 1:37 p.m. that afternoon: clocking in at eight lbs, eight oz, and measuring 20.25 inches long.

With the future sports star asleep in his bassinet and my wife attempting to get some rest, I watched in awe as the Stars strapped together a pair of late goals and escaped with a big win in the shootout on a Stephane Robidas goal.

In my honest opinion, Thursday’s late night game has to be Dallas’ biggest victory of the season thus far; and I’d even say it’s got to be one of their greatest comebacks in team history.

I am sure other NHL and ESPN writers and analysts have discussed the issue in greater detail in terms of play-by-play con ...

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