Found October 01, 2013 on
More and more, it's looking like mobile veteran defenseman Trevor Daley will be ready to play in Thursday night's regular season opener against the Florida Panthers. Originally said to be in danger of missing the opener while dealing with an upper-body injury suffered a week ago, Daley has made rapid enough progress to now be projected as a go.
After several days of skating on his own, Daley re...
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NHL fans across the World are counting down the hours. We are hours away from the puck drop that signifies the start of the 2013-14 NHL regular season. Due to last season being reduced because of the lockout, it has arguably made the anticipation for this season more significant.
Dallas Stars fans are among the most eager.
The Dallas Stars rebuilding process kept most NHL enthusiasts...
Lifelong Oiler veteran Horcoff joined the Stars in a trade that sent Philip Larsen (recently placed on waivers by Edmonton) to Canada. In an offseason in which Dallas completely reworked their center depth, Horcoff was the final piece added.
Horcoff, who was Edmonton’s captain, had a tough time in oil country living up to a ridiculous six-year, $33 million...
At the 2013 NHL Draft in Newark, NJ, new Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill used the 10th overall selection of the first-round to select Russian forward Valeri Nichushkin. Considered to be a player with first-line caliber physical upside and two-way potential, there were some question marks about consistency and attitude.
While the player has committed to play in North America...
The Stars made several roster cuts yesterday to bring the team down to 25 players. With two players on the preseason roster -- veteran defenseman Aaron Rome and young forward Scott Glennie -- likely to be placed on injured reserve to start the season, the team would be at the maximum 23 players allowed on the active NHL roster come opening night.
Yesterday, goaltender Cristopher...
The Stars announced yesterday that they have sent Jamie Oleksiak to the AHL's Texas Stars. The move was not a surprise, although the upper-body injury suffered by Trevor Daley may keep the veteran out of the regular season opener and could theoretically have provided an opening for the Stars' 2001 first-round pick to start the year with the big club.
Even with regular...