Stars beat Sharks in 4OT

If you attended last night's San Jose Sharks at Dallas Stars NHL playoff game, you saw a game that did not end until 1:25 a.m. local time; on the East Coast, people watching Versus at that hour saw the game end at 2:25 a.m. What everyone saw was Dallas winning a 2-1 thriller that took four overtimes. A regular, non-OT NHL game has 60 minutes of playing time. These two team played an additional 69:03 of extra time with only 15-minute breaks between periods. Dallas won the series, 4-2, and will next face Detroit. First off, the Stars all want a four-hour whirlpool and a long nap. --Jim Buzinski

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