from Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News,
Morrow is playing on the fourth line and has logged less than 10 minutes a game in each of the last two outings. He hasn’t seen that kind of role since he wore No. 45 while breaking in as a rookie back in 1999-2000. It’s not an easy decision for the Stars to make, and it’s not an easy reality for Morrow, who has played 812 games in a Stars uniform and has been captain for the past seven seasons.
“I understand the circumstances, and I know where we are, and I’m just trying every day to do something to help the team,’’ Morrow said. “You don’t want to be a distraction or ruffle any feathers, so you just put your head down and push forward.’’
Stars coach Glen Gulutzan said he has kept an open line of communication with Morrow, and said he’s been impressed with how the veteran has handled the situation.
“He’s the ultimate professional,’’ Gulutzan said. “We’ve talked about it, and he is very determined to do whatever he