PHOTOS: San Diego Gulls vs. Texas Stars – 02/28/2024

Rick Crossman for Inside The Rink

CEDAR PARK, Texas – Wednesday night, The Texas Stars defeated the visiting San Diego Gulls 4-3 completing their midweek series sweep.

Matej Blumel put the Stars on the board first when he scored on the power play with a wrist shot from the right faceoff dot. Christian Kyrou put the Stars up 2-0 less than one minute later with another wrist shot this time from the right point. The Stars took the 2-0 lead into the second period.

In the second period, the Gulls’ Owen Zellweger cut the Stars’ lead in half when he scored on the powerplay. The Stars regained the 2-goal lead when Oskar Back deflected a pass from Mavrik Bourque past Gulls goaltender Alex Stalock making it 3-1 into the third period.

The third period started with Christian Kyrou scoring his second goal of the night this time with a wrist shot from the left point on the powerplay. The Gulls would battle back with goals from Josh Lopina and Glenn Gawdin but it would not be enough as the Stars hung on to win 4-3.

Remi Poirier picked up the win with 38 saves on 41 shots and Alex Stalock took the loss saving 27 of 31 shots.

Three Stars of the night:

  1. TEX – C. Kyrou
  2. TEX – M. Blumel
  3. TEX – R. Poirier

Check out this photo gallery from Inside The Rink’s Rick Crossman for highlights from the game.

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