Texas Stars fall to San Diego Gulls for third straight loss


The Texas Stars fell for the third straight game as the San Diego Gulls came away with a 6-3 victory at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park on Saturday night.

Eric Fehr scored two goals and assisted on another to lead San Diego to the win. Teammate Kalle Kossila assisted on two goals and scored one of his own.

Sheldon Dries had the best night on the ice for Texas, scoring a goal and assisting on another.

The Gulls took a 3-1 lead by early in the final period.

Kossila scored 13:24 into the first period before Denis Gurianov tied the in the second period. Both goals came on power plays. The Gulls went 2-for-3 with the advantage, but the Stars only cashed in once on their seven opportunities with an extra attacker.

Fehr notched his first goal less than a minute after Gurianov tied the game to give the Gulls a 2-1 lead heading to the third period.

Nic Kerdiles scored 1:24 into the final period, but Dries gave the Stars hope when he pulled Texas to within a goal just 13 seconds later.

After Fehr scored his second goal, the Gulls tacked on two more before Tommy Thompson scored one final goal for Texas.

Deven Sideroff scored at 12:50 into the period and Dennis Rasmussen scored on an empty net with less than two minutes to play.



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