May 18th, 2016 In Dallas Stars 0 comments

The phrase, "____ played himself out of town," is often used to describe an underachieving player who has worn out his welcome with his current club. The Dallas Stars, like every other team, have certainly seen their fair share; Fabian Brunnstrom and Patrik Stefan, among others, come to mind. Stars center Cody Eakin may have played himself out...

May 17th, 2016 In Dallas Stars, Long Read, Stars Goaltending, Top Stories 0 comments

The Dallas Stars' otherwise-successful season ended on a sour note last week. Just two nights after making an heroic stand in a must-win Game 6 against the St. Louis Blues, goalie Kari Lehtonen started Game 7 for the Stars. Though the statistics indicate he played 20 minutes, the "eye test" showed Lehtonen lasted just 17:39. At that point, St....

May 16th, 2016 In Arizona Coyotes, Colorado Avalanche, Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers 0 comments

Colorado's Tyson Barrie is a restricted free agent this summer. At $2.6 million last season, he was a steal, posting positive relative possession marks for the fourth straight year despite seeing his zone starts start to shift back toward the defensive zone more than in any other year. He also ranked 13th among all NHL defensemen in points (49)...

May 9th, 2016 In Dallas Stars, Top Stories 0 comments

The Dallas Stars enter Monday night's Game 6 in their Stanley Cup playoff series with the St. Louis Blues with the season on the line. While the stakes couldn't be higher, their focus is crystal clear: win, and fight on; lose, and the season is over. It's very simple, really. Answering the question, "How can the Stars defeat the Blues?" is more...

May 9th, 2016 In Dallas Stars 0 comments

The even-keeled, Shania Twain listening, boys in Victory Green are gearing up for win or go home in Game 6 at St. Louis Monday night at 7:00 PM CT. The Blues lead the best of seven series 3-2. Tyler Seguin did not make the trip. Patrick Eaves did make the trip. If he's ready to go, it could give the Stars' power play a little...

May 7th, 2016 In Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars, News, Washington Capitals 0 comments

The NHL announced Jamie Benn, Braden Holtby and Patrick Kane as the league's three Ted Lindsay Award Finalists, honoring "the most outstanding player in the NHL as voted by members of the National Hockey League Players' Association." Benn, who is also a Hart Finalist, helped Dallas to the best record in the Western Conference this season,...

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