Found October 01, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
PLAYERS: Tyler Seguin
TEAMS: Dallas Stars
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 very interested on how it would work out. If the preseason is any indication of how the Dallas Stars will perform this year (which most will argue is NOT an indication), it is going to be a remarkable season. Dallas won five out of their seven games. Their two losses were both in overtime. This put them tied for first in points for the preseason with Washington (who played one more game than Dallas) and Boston. The Stars also scored the second most goals for NHL teams during the preseason, only one behind Washington. They also kept the puck out of their net, tying for fourth in least goals against. Has ...
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