Pho 0 2 1 3
Dal 1 1 2 4
Date of game: 1/19/2013
Game Log
Period 3
VISITOR SHOTS 10 14 16 - 40 GOALTENDER Jason LaBarbera, Mike Smith HOME SHOTS 8 7 11 - 26 GOALTENDER Kari Lehtonen, Cristopher Nilstorp REFEREE Ian Walsh, Brian Pochmara *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - Dallas Goal - Jaromir Jagr, from Loui Eriksson at 18:36. - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - Phoenix Power-Play Goal - Lauri Korpikoski, from Radim Vrbata and Matthew Lombar Phoenix Power-Play Goal - Radim Vrbata, from Keith Yandle and Martin Hanzal at 1 Dallas Power-Play Goal - Jaromir Jagr (2), from Stephane Robidas and Ray Whitney - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - Dallas Power-Play Goal - Ray Whitney, from Jaromir Jagr and Stephane Robidas at Phoenix Goal - Radim Vrbata (2), unassisted at 3:30. Dallas Goal - Loui Eriksson, from Jaromir Jagr and Derek Roy at 13:05. - Attendance: -

Period 3
Shot blocked by Trevor Daley.

Period 3
Radim Vrbata backhand shot.

Period 3
David Moss slap shot on Kari Lehtonen.

Period 3
David Moss wrist shot on Kari Lehtonen.

Period 3
Keith Yandle shot blocked by Philip Larsen.

Period 3
Lauri Korpikoski snap shot on Kari Lehtonen.

Period 3
Boyd Gordon deflected shot is wide.

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