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Dallas Stars (23-17-1, 47 pts) @ LA Kings (21-15-7, 47 pts)
9:30 PM CT, January 12, 2012
STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, California
The second half of the season starts with a big game big game big game. That's pretty much all you can say about this one. As of today, the Stars sit two points behind the Kings, who just happen to hold the eighth seed in the playoffs. After what happened on Tuesday against the Ducks, this feels like a must win game.
Dallas needs to come out determined and ready to play tonight. Any effort like what they showed against the Ducks and this thing will be over very soon. LA may not be a great, or even good, offensive team but they can certainly take advantage of bad play. The loss of Ribeiro has really hurt this team as more and more of the offensive burden is in Jamie Benn's hands.
Tom Wandell is a nice player but he's not a second-line guy and can't really fill the skates alongside Morrow and Eriksson. Those two guys need a playmaking ce...
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Loui Eriksson scored twice and then netted the deciding goal in a shootout to help the Dallas Stars rally for a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.
Eriksson tied the game 4-all on a power-play goal at 14:35 of the third period. He tried to center the puck in front of the net, and the Kings' Willie Mitchell inadvertently knocked it in...
LA Kings (21-15-7, 15th in NHL)vsDallas Stars(23-17-1, 16th in NHL)
Season Series Tied 2-2
7:30pm, Staples CenterLos Angeles, CA
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Dallas Stars 5 - Los Angeles Kings 4
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All Star Jonathan Quick gave up 4 goals. They weren't his fault.
The refs suck
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The National Hockey League announced today that Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn has been named as one of 42 players selected to participate in the 2012 NHL All-Star Game and Weekend, to be held at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa.
The 42 All-Stars ...
(AP) -- This should be a good time for Dallas Stars fans.
PREVIEW 8:45 AM CST
In their first game of the second half of the 2011-12 regular season, the Dallas Stars (23-17-1) will travel to the Staples Center to take on a familiar opponent, the Los Angeles Kings (21-15-7). The game starts at 9:30 CST (7:30 PST) and will be broadcast locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
This is the fifth of six meetings between the Pacific Division rivals...
Dallas Stars coach Glen Gulutzan can't get enough of studying the Western Conference standings.
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The Stars go for their fourth win in five games when they face the visiting Avalanche for the final time this season Saturday.
Dallas (24-17-1) is within a point of eighth place...
It may be too early to put much stock in the standings for a tightly packed Western Conference, but Thursday night's matchup between the Los Angeles Kings and Dallas Stars could have major implications down the road.
These Pacific Division rivals are separated by two points as they battle for position heading into this meeting at Staples Center.
The Kings (23-17-1) are in eighth...
Loui Eriksson scores twice and then netts winning goal in SO to help Stars rally to victory over Kings.
Loui Eriksson scored twice and then netted the deciding goal in a shootout to help the Dallas Stars rally for a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.
Loui Eriksson scored twice and then netted the deciding goal in a shootout to help the Dallas Stars rally for a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night. Eriksson tied the game 4-all on a power-play goal at 14:35 of the third period. He tried to center the puck in front of the net, and the Kings' Willie Mitchell inadvertently knocked it in when he tried to clear it.
Three key aspects of the Kings’ 5-4 shootout loss to the Dallas Stars...
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This should be a good time for Dallas Stars fans.
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