DALLAS -- Alex Chiasson is off to a fast start in the NHL. Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses Online . Chiasson scored the tiebreaking goal at 12:07 of the second period, and Dallas defeated the Washington Capitals 2-1 on Saturday night to give Lindy Ruff his first victory as coach of the Stars. It was the second goal this season for Chiasson, who has eight in nine career games. Still, the 23-year-old right wing said he doesnt think much about scoring goals. "I just play my game. Thats my main focus. As long as the team wins, thats all I care about," he said. Kari Lehtonen made 25 saves for Dallas, which stopped a Capitals flurry on a power play as the game ended. Alex Ovechkin scored in the first period for Washington. Erik Cole tied it 3:35 later. "We had lots of chances -- lots of crossbars and posts," Ovechkin said. Midway through the second, the Stars skated in 3-on-2 against goalie Braden Holtby. Cody Eakin took a shot and the rebound went out to Chiasson as he skated down the slot and beat Holtby. Before joining the Stars last April, Chiasson had 36 goals in 109 games at Boston University and 14 in 66 American Hockey League games. Dallas said he became the first NHL player to score eight or more goals through his first nine games since Rob Gaudreau in 1992-93, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The only other active player who started as well was Anaheims Teemu Selanne. "He finds the right place," Ruff said. "He needs a little of that magic to rub off on the other guys." Ovechkins goal came on a power play 4:26 into the game when he took a pass from Mike Green in the left circle and one-timed the puck past Lehtonen. It was the fourth goal in three games this season for Ovechkin, who entered tied with teammate Mikhail Grabovski for the NHL scoring lead. The Capitals came in with a league-best 56 per cent success rate (5 for 9) on power plays. They were 1 for 3 against the Stars. "I thought we did a nice job on their power play," Ruff said. "Ovechkin just did what he does. He took a shot from a tough angle and he found a hole." About 3 1/2 minutes after that, Jamie Benn kept the puck in the Capitals end by shooting it around the boards behind the net. Tyler Seguin backhanded the puck behind him into the slot, where Cole beat Holtby. "I thought we looked really good in our zone, breaking out the puck and in the neutral zone coming back," Chiasson said. Seguins assist was part of an early payoff from the July trade that brought him and centre Rich Peverley to Dallas from the Boston Bruins. Peverley played for the first time since missing the preseason. He was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. But while he wasnt skating, he was watching. "I got to go through training camp and see (Ruffs) style. I think it fits this team well. Hes a puck-possession type of coach," Peverley said. The Stars did much better at possessing the puck than they had in their opening game against Florida on Thursday. They led 2-1 in the third period that night, but allowed 39 shots on Lehtonen and lost 4-2. The best chance for the Capitals came when they appeared to have a goal with 12 minutes left in the second period. The puck popped up behind Lehtonen and went into the net when Nicklas Backstrom made contact with the goalie. The play was ruled no goal on review because of goaltender interference. "I thought once the puck goes in there, youre allowed to go after it," Capitals coach Adam Oates said. And I didnt think (Backstrom) interfered with him. I think he touched the puck first and then the goalie." In the third period, Dallas allowed only five shots on goal. "Thats part of the deal," Oates said. "Youve got to try to wear them out, wait for your turn. We get a power play and you get a chance." Washingtons final power play lasted 36 seconds after Seguin was called for delay of game at 19:24. "We really didnt sit on (the puck). We had some great zone time, and didnt do anything foolish that would lose the game," Ruff said. NOTES: Peverley missed a chance for a power-play goal in the third period. He poked a rebound behind Holtby but off the left post. ... Capitals wing Joel Ward found himself unable to open the door of a mens room stall at the team hotel Saturday morning. He tweeted, "Stuck in the washroom ... someone help?" According to the Washington Post, teammates Karl Alzner and John Carlson found a ladder and helped Ward climb over the top of the door. Ray Ban Sunglasses Wholesale . MORITZ, Switzerland -- Latvia won a four-man World Cup bobsled race Sunday, while the U. Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses For Sale . 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"When we settled down, got stops and moved the basketball around, everybody got in a groove." The Hawks barely made one third of their shots, going 33 for 91, but Millsap was nearly unstoppable inside. He was 12 for 14 from the field and forced his way to the foul line, where he made 10 of 14 free throws. "We were able to find a way to win a game where we werent able to shoot well from the perimeter, from the basket, really from anywhere except for Paul Millsap," Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer said. Boston pulled away on a 19-4 run to start the second quarter, but Atlanta closed the period on a 15-0 run and set up a back-and-forth finish. "We started off the game so terribly. We just couldnt find any kind of rhythm and they had us totally out of synch," said Korver, who extended his NBA record streak of games with a 3-pointer to 101. "We were dead in the water there for a little while. We just felt like we couldnt get anything going. We got a little momentum and were able to carry that over to the second half." Boston had two shots to win after Shelvin Mack missed a layup in the final minute, but couldnt convert. Jordan Crawford missed with about eight seconds remaining and Boston ended up with the rebound and called time out. Crawford tried again at the buzzer but his shot bounced off the backboard. "I felt llike it was a good opportunity. Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses. Jordan lives for that," Boston coach Brad Stevens said. "I think hell probably beat himself up over it, but thats OK. We play again on Thursday." Kelly Olynyk scored a career-high 21 points and Kris Humphries had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Bostons reserves scored 56 -- more than half of the teams total. None of Bostons starters scored in double figures. Brandon Bass was closest with nine points and Jared Sullinger pulled down 10 rebounds. The lead went back-and-forth down the stretch until Atlanta clinched it in the final minutes. After Millsap put the Hawks up 90-89, Crawford answered with a long jumper that beat the shot clock and put Boston back up 91-90 with 1:36 left. It was the last field goal of the game. Teague drew a foul with 1:30 left and made both shots and the Hawks held on for the win. The Celtics led 23-20 after the first and opened second on a 19-4 run for a 42-24 lead. Atlanta responded by scoring the last 15 points of the period and then opened the third quarter with a 10-4 run and took a 54-48 lead on a layup by Teague. Olynyk started Boston on a 9-0 run with a 3-pointer, then Crawford converted a three-point play and added a 3-pointer to put the Celtics up 57-54. Korvers streak appeared to be in jeopardy through the third period after he missed his first five attempts from beyond-the-arc. His sixth was good, though, and he drew a foul for a four-point play that pulled the Hawks within 83-76 with 6:10 remaining. "The whole section up there was reminding me I hadnt hit one," Korver said. "I was trying to make shots to make shots, not just to keep the streak going." Notes: The Hawks streak of nine straight games scoring more than 100 points ended. ... Atlanta centre Al Horford was scheduled for surgery Tuesday to repair his torn right pectoral muscle. The Hawks announced Monday that Horford, the Hawks leading scorer and rebounder, was out for the season. ... The Celtics closed December at 6-6. ' ' '