At this moment in the hockey world, there are fewer teams as irrelevant as the AHL’s Texas Stars. However, yesterday Andrew’s Stars Page/ESPN Dallas published a prospect update on goaltender […]
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After four consecutive years of missing the playoffs, it’s safe to say that the Dallas Stars are a rebuilding team. However, the Stars have still had middling success during the […]
As another NHL regular season has passed us by, hockey stat junkies everywhere have another endless sea of numbers to sift through, everything from goals to goals against, shots on […]
The Essential Hockey Read & Reference: Behind The Moves: NHL General Managers Tell how Winners are Built by Jason Farris (Foreward by Brian Burke) Like a Datsyukian breakaway clinical finish, […]
“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.” –Herb Brooks (attributed) Twenty-six year-old Dallas Stars forward Ryan Garbutt is an unconventional prospect, if even he can be called a […]
The old adage goes that Rome wasn’t built in a day, but the same can be said about successful NHL teams. The 2011-2012 Dallas Stars finished 10th in the West […]
The Stars suffered another catastrophic collapse at season’s end, as the team’s power play is worst in franchise history.
Was Ryane Clowe’s move cheating or just another example of the gamesmanship that occurs on and off the ice every night in the NHL?
Michael Ryder is having a career year with the Dallas Stars. This is a surprise, though it really shouldn’t have been.
When Ryder signed a two-year deal last summer with the Stars worth $3.5 million annually, he elevated himself from a third-line, secondary scorer on a Boston Bruins team with plenty of offensive weapons, to a first-line winger on a team that was losing star forward, Brad Richards, to free agency. Ryder was expected to become a primary scorer, a signing that would essentially have to replace the same point production that was lost when Richards left for the New York Rangers.
That’s right—Ryder, who surpassed 60 points only once, his rookie year in 2003-04 with Montreal, was supposed to replace the production of Richards, a player who’s only had one season out of ten under 60 points, an injury-plagued year in 2008-09 where he played only 56 games.
No surprise, then, that Ryder has 35 goals and 27 assists for 62 points with Dallas while Richards has 24 goals and 37 assists for 61 points with New York in the same amount of games played. Funny how that happens.
It is becoming an annual affair: the Pacific Division is the league’s pressure-cooker.
With their team in the thick of the hunt for both the Pacific Division lead and one of the final playoff spots in the Western Conference, Dallas Stars GM Joe […]
Every October before the puck’s dropped analysts begin the tea leaf readings on the season and weighed in with their predictions for who will hoist the Cup nine months later. […]