Klingberg, Seguin score early, Stars hold off Red Wings 4-2

The first win for the Dallas Stars this season was No. 782 of Ken Hitchcock’s career. And that’s a significant figure for NHL coaches.

Now in his second stint with Dallas, Hitchcock tied Al Arbour for third place on the all-time wins list Tuesday night. John Klingberg and Tyler Seguin scored first-period goals, and the Stars never trailed in a 4-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.

Anthony Mantha’s goal with 4:49 remaining pulled Detroit (2-1) within one, but the Red Wings couldn’t tie the game even with goalie Petr Mrazek pulled for the final 2:56.

“I was thinking on the bench that we’ve played three great hockey games, and it would have felt poorly to not finish this off,” Hitchcock said. “I thought this was the best balance we’ve had. This looked like something you could really build on.”

Unfortunately, the bright lights from historic Thames Street in the background washed out much of the photo. The comments section turned into a roast of Horford’s phone with commenters wondering if he had snapped the pic on his Motorola Razr. Even second-year swingman Jaylen Brown couldn’t resist a jab, asking Horford if used his picture phone to take the snapshot.

We put that very question to Celtics assistant coach Cheap UK NFL Jerseys Jay Larranaga, who spends more time than anyone in the organization with Horford as his Cheap Vintage Jerseys NBA player coach. On game nights, the two can often be seen crunching film together before Larranaga leads Horford through his typical pregame shooting routine.

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