DALLAS (AP) - Dallas overcame an early two-goal deficit with four goals in a span of less than eight minutes to beat the Nashville Predators 4-2 in the NHL Winter Classic.
The game was played before 85,630 fans at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas. It was the second-largest crowd ever for an NHL game.
Alexander Radulov scored the tiebreaking goal on a one-timer with just under 15 minutes left.
Dallas has won three games in a row. The Predators have lost their past three.