Texas Stars Offense Shines in 6-2 Drubbing of Roadrunners

(Credit: Kate Dibildox/Tucson Roadrunners) Tucson, AZ - The Texas Stars returned to the win column by virtue of a hard fought 6-2 victory over the Tucson Roadrunners (Phoenix Coyotes affiliate) in a game that was much closer than the score would indicate. Tucson outshot the Stars 38-26 on a night that included a 17-6 third period shot advantage for the Roadrunners The Stars were led by 2 goals from Joel L'Esperance and a 36-save effort from Jake Oettinger drew their record even on the season at 2-2-0 while also earning a split on the abbreviated 2-game road trip. Stars captain Curtis McKenzie got the scoring started on the power play 9:31 into the game on a sweet elevated shot on the stick side of Roadrunner goalie Ivan Prosvetov coming off snap feeds from Jordan Kamaguchi and Riley Damiani. McKenzie's goal was his first on the season and a much needed lift for a Texas club that suffered thru an 0-for-7 night on the power play Saturday. The goal from McKenzie was also the first

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