John Klingberg

#3 D / Dallas Stars / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 190 lb Age: 23 College: None

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Plays overtime hero

    Klingberg scored the overtime winner in a 4-3 win against Colorado on Thursday. The goal came just 35 seconds into overtime when a turnover by Tyson Barrie started a 3-on-1 for the Stars, which Klingberg promptly picked up, skated up the ice and blasted a slap shot past Calvin Pickard. Klingberg is one of the NHL's elite and continues to show why every game. He's emerged as one of the league's best offensive defenseman and trails just Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson for points by a defenseman.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Notches goal, assist in win

    Klingberg rifled a goal top shelf and added a helper against Winnipeg on Tuesday. Klingberg dished out his 35th assist of the season on Tuesday. The 23-year-old's ability to get the puck on his teammates' sticks is a major factor in the Stars' 3.24 goals per game average. The offensively minded defenseman trails only Ottawa's Erik Karlsson and San Jose's Brent Burns for the points lead among blueliners and could make a run at the Norris Trophy.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Season-long slump continues

    Klingberg was again without a point in Tuesday's loss to the Kings. Klingberg was a plus-1 with two penalty minutes and four shots in the game, so he wasn't entirely without value. It's been a tough stretch for a player who started the season so strong. He has no points in his last five games, the longest drought he's experienced this season.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Pace slowing a bit

    klingberg had an assist and five shots in Tuesday's loss to Columbus. That was a nice outing for the defenseman who has really had a coming out party this year, but his pace has slowed considerably. Over his last 10 games he has no goals, three assists and has been held without a shot four times. That drives home just how torrid his early-season pace was. He currently has 28 assists, which is third in the NHL.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Notches assist Tuesday

    Klingberg grabbed his 12th power-play helper in Tuesday's 4-0 decimation of the Blackhawks. Klingberg leads all Stars' blueliners in power-play points this season with 14. The 23-year-old is on pace to crush his point total from his rookie 2014-15 campaign, registering 32 points in 35 outings this year. Klingberg will be in the conversation for the Norris Trophy, trailing only Ottawa's Erik Karlsson for the NHL point lead among defensemen.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Production across categories

    Klingberg had an assist, a plus-3 rating, two shots and a hit in Tuesday's win over the Blue Jackets. Klingberg hasn't fallen to earth after his hot start to the season. He continues to be one of the most coveted defensemen around, scoring at a near-elite level and giving owners production across categories.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Dishes out three assists in win

    Klingberg recorded a trio of assists in Tuesday's win over the Hurricanes. Whew, we were getting worried for a second. After going three straight games without a point, Klingberg got right back on track Tuesday, picking up two of his helpers with the man advantage. The 23-year-old sits sixth in the NHL scoring race with 30 points in 28 games and is sporting a tidy plus-11 rating. Consistently combining for goals with Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin, you really can't do much better than Klingberg on the blueline.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Five-game point streak

    Klingberg had a goal and an assist through 26:01 of ice time in Saturday's comeback win over Minnesota. Those two points stretch his point streak to five games and continue to cement him as one the NHL's premier offensive defensemen this season.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Assists again in loss

    Klingberg had an assist and a plus-1 in Tuesday's loss to Ottawa. The assist and plus-1 rating add to league leading totals in both categories. He has 19 assists and a plus-14 rating through 21 games.

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    Stars' John Klingberg: Takes NHL assists lead with two more helpers

    Klingberg assisted on the Stars' first two goals and went plus-3 in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Capitals. What more can we say? The Swedish sophomore is playing about as well as you can play on the blue line in the NHL -- he was on the ice for all three of the Stars' goals, while he watched the Caps' two tallies from the bench. This is Klingberg's sixth multi-point effort in the last 10 games, representing truly spectacular offensive production from the blue line. He's now your NHL assists leader and has jumped into fourth in points.

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