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SAN JOSE, Calif. wholesale jerseys . -- With San Joses stars struggling to score goals of late, the Sharks needed to get some production from some of their lower-profile players. Tommy Wingels scored with 3:08 remaining in overtime to lead the Sharks to their second win in six games, 2-1 over the Dallas Stars on Wednesday night. "Im a big part of the group that the scorings kind of vanished from," Wingels said. "I got one tonight, but the numbers in the past games still arent where they need to be. Its something were working on, the group of guys that need to pick it up. We will. Were confident players and well get there." Marty Havlat scored in regulation and set up the game-winner in overtime to give the struggling Sharks a much-needed boost with just one game left before the Olympic break. Wingels had scored just one goal in the previous 23 games, while Havlat had one in the past 13 as the Sharks were held to 11 goals in the past seven games. "It was time for some others to step up and score," coach Todd McLellan said. "To see Marty and Tommy both do it in one game is a good thing for our team." Backup goalie Alex Stalock made 19 saves to improve to 8-3-0 with a 1.61 goals against average in 11 starts. Valeri Nichushkin tied the game early in the third for the Stars, who came up short in their attempt to sweep a three-game road trip and move into playoff position in the Western Conference. Dallas trails Vancouver by two points in the race for the final playoff spot. Kari Lehtonen made 19 saves. The Stars have closed ground on the Canucks by winning five of their previous seven games, allowing nine goals and posting three shutouts in that span. They were at their best defensively in the third period when they held the Sharks to two shots, including none in the first 14-plus minutes but ended up on the short side in overtime. "We were lucky to get a point out of it," centre Vernon Fiddler said. "It would have been nice to get two, but they made a play and we didnt." Havlat made a neat backhand pass from the side of the net to Wingels, who knocked it in for his 11th goal and first career overtime goal. The Stars have now lost six of seven games decided in overtime this season. "Its an area we have to improve in," coach Lindy Ruff said. "Thats not good enough. We lost coverage on the goal and they made us pay for it." The Stars tied the game early in the third as they capitalized on some sustained pressure in the offensive zone. Trevor Daley fed the puck to Nichushkin, who was all alone in the slot for a one-timer that beat Stalock. The Sharks had taken the lead late in the second period when Havlat deftly redirected a point shot from Scott Hannan past Lehtonen for his fourth goal this season. McLellan looked for a spark for his struggling team, which had scored just five goals in the previous five games. He moved Patrick Marleau to a line with Joe Thornton and Brent Burns, while using Joe Pavelski as the centre between Wingels and Matt Nieto. It failed to pay early dividends as the Sharks were held scoreless in the first period for the seventh time in the past eight games. Stalock made sure they didnt end the period with a deficit when he made a scintillating glove save to rob Jamie Benn late in the period. "It was kind of a desperation save where I had to make a big save," Stalock said. "Those are saves it would be nice to maybe look a little simpler. Its something to work on." NOTES: McLellan tied Darryl Sutter for most games coached in franchise history with 434. ... Hannan had two assists for his first two-point game since Nov. 19, 2010, for Colorado against the Rangers. ... The Stars fell to 3-4-0 on the second night of back-to-back games. ... Nieto did not return after blocking a shot by Trevor Dale8y in the closing seconds of the second period. ... 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Golden State received a protected second-round pick from Philadelphia and future draft considerations from Atlanta. In separate sit-downs in his office, Myers called the process of informing each player "emotional." "Its hard. I think it was hard for them. Its hard for us," Myers said. "Youre talking about dealing with people. Anytime you deal with people, youre not trading a building or a widget. These are real people that you get to know. Its hard. Just a hard thing to do." Myers said he had no mandate from owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber to get under the luxury tax. Instead, the moves were made in part so the Warriors could become a tax-paying team as soon as next season without added costs. By shedding both second-year players just before the deadline, Golden State sliced more than $1.5 million off its salary cap. The Warriors began the day about $1.2 million over the leagues $70,307,000 luxury tax. Teams above that amount after the deadline will pay a dollar-for-dollar tax. 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The Warriors, with the approval of ownership, bought Charlottes 39th overall pick for $2 million to draft Tyler almost two years ago. The former San Diego high school star, now 21 years old, had dropped out to compete overseas but struggled in Israel before moving on to Japan and then the Warriors. The 6-foot-10 forward appeared in 20 games this season, averaging 1.1 points and 3.1 minutes per game. He split time with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the Development League, where he averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and 1.2 assists in 30 minutes per game. Jenkins, selected 44th overall out of Hofstra, began the season as the backup point guard. He has averaged 1.7 points and 0.6 assists in 6.2 minutes per game, though his playing time has declined with the emergence of undrafted rookie Kent Bazemore. Last season, Jenkins played in 51 of 66 games. 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