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Matthew Tkachuk
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However, Dallas Stars goalie Jake Oettinger turned aside Gaudreau's shot to preserve the one-goal lead."Those guys have got to put it away," Flames coach Darryl Sutter said after a 4-2 loss in Game 3 of the Western Conference First Round at American Airlines Center on Saturday. After combining for 301 points during the regular season, they have a total of just six in the series (Lindholm has two goals, and Gaudreau and Tkachuk each has two assists), and though they did have opportunities in Game 3, Gaudreau and Lindholm each had a team-leading five shots on goal while Tkachuk had three, only one shot was able to get past Oettinger.Regarding the failed breakaway attempt by Gaudreau, forward Blake Coleman said he shouldn't beat himself up over it."He's getting the looks," Coleman said. Since moving to Texas, the Stars are 12-0 when taking a 2-1 lead in a best-of-7 series.Still, this is a situation the Flames didn't find themselves in much during the regular season, when they were sixth in the NHL in goals per game (3.55)."I think it's tight, it's tight out there, there's not a lot of room," forward Trevor Lewis said.

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