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from Scott Burnside of ESPN, Sometimes the guys in the Dallas Stars locker room will give it to Sheldon Souray.
Call him rookie.
Give him the gears about having been banished to the nether world of the American Hockey League.
“Nothing’s off limits for those guys,” the big defenseman quipped.
“But you wouldn’t have it any other way.”
The ribbing doesn’t bother Souray, because it’s yet another reminder of the journey he has traveled to the far end of the hockey spectrum and back. The joking reinforces that the past is the past and that his future is what he imagined and hoped it might be even when things looked most bleak.
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The Dallas Stars have activated forward Steve Ott from the injured reserve after he recovered from a hip injury.
Ott will take the place of Adam Burish, who is expected to be out for four weeks with a broken hand after he was hit in the limb by a puck.
Ott was sidelined for six games with the hip injury, but should be in the lineup Friday night against the Colorado Avalanche.
Dallas Stars right wing Adam Burish is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks with a broken hand.
Burish suffered the injury after he was hit by teammate Brenden Morrow's shot during Tuesday's 6-0 home loss to the Florida Panthers.
The 28-year-old Wisconsin native has collected three goals, five assists and 32 penalty minutes this season.
Tune in to FOX Sports Florida at 8:30 p.m. to watch the Florida Panthers take on the Dallas Stars!
The Dallas Stars are off to their best start in five years but didn't show a strong ability to finish over the weekend. Being back home could bring about better results.
The Stars look to continue their best home start in nearly a decade Tuesday night and prevent the Florida Panthers...
Injuries were a major factor in the Dallas Stars' undoing after the All-Star break last season. Now that injuries are starting to pile up again for the Stars, accompanying a three-game losing streak, the club is going to have to dig deep to get back on the right track.
Last season, the Stars' record with and without Adam Burish in the lineup was striking. Burish was (and...
Oftentimes in life as well in sports a little change can be a good thing. That’s definitely been the case for a pair of the newest Stars-winger Eric Nystrom and defenseman Sheldon Souray.
Nystrom, the son of former NHL standout Bob Nyst...
The Dallas Stars have placed forward Adam Burish on injured reserve with a broken hand.
Florida Panthers (8-5-3, 19 pts) @ Dallas Stars (11-5-0, 22 pts)
7:30 PM CT, November 15, 2011
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
The Stars are back home after a four-game road trip and look to get back to their winning ways. Dallas was whipped by Pittsburgh and Detroit in its last two games. In town tonight to face the Stars are the surprising Florida Panthers.
DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Stars have placed defenseman Alex Goligoski on the injured list with a broken thumb.
The Dallas Stars have placed defenseman Alex Goligoski on the injured list with a broken thumb.
Frisco, Tex. – The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has placed defenseman Alex Goligoski on injured reserve with a broken thumb, re...
With the injury to Alex Goligoski, Adam Pardy figures to have more ice time over the next few weeks.
After a hot start to the season, the Stars try to break a losing streak.
Multiple sources confirm that former president Jim Lites will return as president when Vancouver businessman Tom Gaglardi takes over as the Dallas Stars' new owner.
The difference between good teams and bad teams is how quickly they can pull themselves out of a slump. The Stars sat atop the NHL’s standings before last week’s game in Pittsburgh with a giant start to the road trip, winning the first two games in Carolina and Washington in convincing fashion. All of a sudden two losses to end the road trip in Pittsburgh and Detroit and things...
Former Stars teammates Joe Nieuwendyk and Ed Belfour were among the inductees into the Hockey Hall of Fame and both won a Stanley Cup together in 1999 with Dallas.