Arizona Coyotes Drop Fifth Straight Game Against Dallas

The Arizona Coyotes lost their fifth straight game, falling to the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night

The Arizona Coyotes continue to struggle.

In front a larger than usual crowd on Student Rush night at Gila River Arena in Glendale, the Coyotes fell to the Dallas Stars, 3-2, making it five straight losses.

The Coyotes (11-19-5) came into the night looking to get their first win on their current three game home stand. The Stars (15-14-7) came into Gila River Arena on a delayed schedule following mechanical issues with the team charter, that landed them in Phoenix at 2:00 PM. They arrived at the arena at 4:50, just about two hours prior to puck drop. But they still found a way to chip out a victory over Arizona.

The first period did not see much action at all. There were no penalties and the shots were 7-5, Dallas.

Things were quite different when the second period got underway.

Jason Spezza started the scoring for the Stars as he converted on a short-handed goal, his seventh of the season, to give the Stars the upper hand. It was only the third shorthanded goal in his 14-year career.

Just 49 seconds later, Anthony Duclair finally broke his slumpĀ and converted for his first goal in 22 games. It was only his second goal on the season.

The goal

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