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Radek Faksa scored the tiebreaking goal on a rebound with 4:44 to play and had an assist on the other Dallas goal to help the Stars open the second round of the Western Conference playoffs with a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Friday night.

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Sharks rip Preds, 5-2, in series opener

SAN JOSE, Calif.-The San Jose Sharks signed Joel Ward as a free agent last offseason for a handful of reasons. The biggest was because they knew he could deliver the type of game he played Friday night.

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Stars win Game 1 against sluggish Blues, 2-1

After their seven-game series against Chicago, the Blues claimed to be fresh entering their Western Conference semifinal matchup with the Dallas Stars Friday. They claimed as the heavier team they had a physical edge over the Stars.

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Watch home movies of young Ivan the gorilla

Larry Johnston shares his family's home movies of Ivan the gorilla from the 1960s. The world-famous gorilla lived with the Johnstons for three years, until he was 60 pounds and proved too big and powerful to remain in their Tacoma home. He was moved to a shopping center, where he lived from 1967 to 1994. Ivan died in August 2012 at Zoo Atlanta.
Dean J. Koepfler, dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com Ivan footage courtesy of Larry Johnston
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