San Antonio Rampage come back to defeat Texas Stars


Oskar Sundqvist and Samuel Blais each scored a goal and assisted on another as the San Antonio Rampage defeated the Texas Stars 4-2 in San Antonio on Friday night.

In front of 12,324 fans at the AT&T Center the Rampage came back from two goals down to win comfortably.

Austin Fyten scored in just 1 minute, 30 seconds into the game to give the Stars the early lead.

Neither team scored again until the second period when Texas doubled its advantage. Brian Flynn scored the Stars’ second short-handed goal of the game at 3:42 into the middle frame.

It was all San Antonio after that.

Blais scored nearly three minutes later with assists from Sundqvist and David Warsofsky.

Trent Vogelhuber tied the game in the third period on a short-handed effort assisted by Duncan Siemens and Felix Girard.

Chris Butler scored the winning goal at 9:39 into the period. He was assisted by Blais and Alex Belzile.

Sundqvist put the game away with a power-play goal with three minutes left in regulation. Meloche and Klim Kostin assisted on the play.

San Antonio went 1-for-7 on the power play while Texas was 0-for-5.

Mike McKenna was hit with the loss for Texas, stopping 24 of the 28 shots he faced.

Ville Husso earned the win as he stopped 25 of the 27 shots that came his way.

Texas will try to get a win from San Antonio on Saturday as the teams face each other again, this time at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park at 7 p.m.



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