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Cale Makar nets 2 as Avs win Game 5, extend series vs. Stars - ESPN

DALLAS — Colorado defenseman Cale Makar scored two goals, the second after Casey Mittelstadt's go-ahead tally in the third period, and the Avalanche beat the top-seeded Dallas Stars 5-3 in Game 5 on Wednesday night, snapping Colorado's three-game losing streak and extending the second-round Western Conference series.

Mittelstadt scored just 1:12 into the third period to make it 3-2, which was the first time the Avalanche had led in a game this series, except for when Miles Wood scored 11 minutes into overtime to win the opener.

Maker added an unassisted goal just over three minutes later. His shot from the middle of the right circle went through the legs of goalie Jake Oettinger and proved to be the deciding goal.

Dallas leads the series 3-2.

League MVP finalist Nathan MacKinnon scored for Colorado with 3:10 left on a lone assist from Artturi Lehkonen, whose power-play goal in the final second of the first period came with an assist from MacKinnon.

Avalanche goalie Alexandar Georgiev had 23 saves. Oettinger stopped 22 shots.

Joe Pavelski scored his first goal of these playoffs for the Stars and registered his second assist this postseason. Miro Heiskanen and rookie Logan Stankoven also scored for Dallas, and Jason Robertson had two assists.

Game 6 is Friday night in Colorado, where the Stars outscored the Avs 9-2 while winning Games 3 and 4. Dallas is 4-1 on the road this postseason.

This was the sixth time in franchise history that the Avs won Game 5 after falling behind 3-1 in a best-of-seven series — but they have never come back to win the series.

After going 0-for-8 on power plays while losing the previous three tilts, the Avalanche scored tying goals on both of their opportunities with a man advantage in the first