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Stars of Big D:
This week was the least successful week the Texas Stars have had in the last month. They went 1-1-1 (still respectable) to get three out of a possible six points.
Cristopher Nilstorp and Jack Campbell split starts during the week. Nilstorp’s starts went a bit rougher than Campbell’s as he allowed six goals on 48 shots while Campbell allowed only one goal on 30 shots. Nilstorp won the only game for Texas last week though.
The standout skater for the team last week was Alex Chiasson. Chiasson had a goal and three assists to lead the team in points for the week. Jordie Benn returned to the team last week after an extended stay with the Dallas Stars and had two assists to go along with 10 shots on goal. Benn will spend the rest of his time down in Austin unless the injury bug hits the Dallas defense.
Despite the average week, the Texas Stars still lead the conference and have the most points in the AHL. They return home this week for a three game homestand ag...
BEST OF MAXIM
There’s no proper way to describe the goal that Dallas Stars defenseman Brenden Dillon scored against the Edmonton Oilers other than calling it wacky. His shot initially deflected off Oilers forward Lennart Petrell’s skate, hit a stanchion and then bounced off goalie Devan Dubnyk’s back.The goal tied the game at one and shifted the momentum in favor of the Dallas Stars, who...
Back again for another bag of pucks where the Stars haven't lost since the night before the Super Bowl. If that continues, the Stars are going to be really good this year.
Seriously, there is no denying how much better the Stars look to the naked eye since they have had Derek Roy and Jamie Benn both present in their lineups on the same night. Now, that has only been 3 games...
Pierre LeBrun of ESPN takes over the power ranking this week.
On the jump by the Dallas Stars from 27th to 15th...
Not sure what Scott Burnside was smoking last week, burying the Stars at 27th. Jamie Benn's return has lifted Dallas.
The Flyers also jumped 12 slots..
The Flyers have picked up seven of eight points in their last four games, just in time before...
Glen Gulutzan's Dallas Stars have accomplished some good things during his season-plus tenure as head coach. One trouble area that the team has not been able to clean up despite changes in personnel has been its negative disparity in the number of penalties taken against the number of power plays created.
At the quarter pole of the lockout-shortened 2013 season, the Stars...
PREVIEW 6:30 AM CST
Looking for their fourth consecutive victory, the Dallas Stars (6-5-1) make their second trip to Edmonton within a week. Last week, the Stars skated off with a 3-2 overtime win. Tonight, the Oilers (5-4-3) will seek their revenge. The game starts at 8:30 p.m. CST and will be televised on Fox Sports Southwest.
Last week in Edmonton, the Stars got regulation...
From the NHL:
KANE, BENN AND BRODEUR NAMED NHL ‘THREE STARS’ OF THE WEEK
NEW YORK (Feb. 11, 2013) – Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane, Dallas Stars left wing Jamie Benn and New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur have been named the NHL’s ‘Three Stars’ for the week ending Feb. 10.
Continue reading "NHL Names Patrick Kane, Jamie Benn, Martin...
A one sided rivalry, isn’t really a rivalry at all. No, we call this a situation of nemeses, at least in the case of the Edmonton Oilers and the Dallas Stars. For the Stars, it’s just a guaranteed two points. Continue reading "Oilers Still Reaching for the Stars"
Dallas Stars (6-5-1, 13 pts) @ Edmonton Oilers (5-4-3, 13 pts)
8:30 PM CT
Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Goals – 24th, Goals Against – 9th, Power Play – 5th, Penalty Kill – 5th
Edmonton has been stuck in a rut since the calendar turned to February. The Oilers have lost five of the last six games (three in OT or SO) as...