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When NHL teams rushed back to action after the lockout, everybody knew injuries would be an issue. And, sure enough, we’ve seen an epidemic of groin muscle strains among goaltenders.Consider the case of the Dallas Stars. Earlier this season Kari Lehtonen suffered a mild strain, so Cristopher Nihlstorp started in his place against the St. Louis Blues.Nihlstorp suffered a groin muscle strain during that game, then made it worse by trying to play through and protect Lehtonen.Richard Bachman replaced Nihlstorp to fill the No. 2 spot Lehtonen – who managed to hold up until Friday, when he suffered a “lower body injury” while playing against the Vancouver Canucks. Now Bachman has stepped in as the starter and Nihlstorp has returned to back him up.How will they bear up?After the Calgary Flames torched him for a 7-4 victory, Bachman was reeling. But he had to step in two days later when Lehtonen went down during the first period at Vancouver.Bachman held off a late Canucks push to secure a ...
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First, they made light of an invisible girlfriend. Then, they made a trade for someone who may or may not exist. Now, it has become clear that they just don't understand that there is only one of a person. There isn't 0, and the number isn't 2 or more. I know you want 0 Ryan Henning and 5 Loser Domi, but as it happens, there is 1 Ryan Henning and 1 Loser Domi. This is...
It was a pretty good week for the Texas Stars as they went 2-0-1 and extended their lead in the conference to six points.
Cris Nilstorp started one game before getting called up to the Dallas Stars due to the Kari Lehtonen injury and Jack Campbell found himself as the main man. Campbell started the latter two games of the week against the OKC Barons and came away...
DALLAS (AP) -- Just when it looked like the Dallas Stars were rolling, the Calgary Flames battled back, capitalizing on their grit and depth.
Steve Begin, Matt Stajan and Roman Horak each scored their first goals of the season in the third period and the Calgary Flames overcame a two-goal deficit to defeat the Dallas Stars 4-3 Sunday night.
"It feels good, but the most important...
The Vancouver Canucks and Dallas Stars gave fans their money’s worth, and then some on Friday night. During a three second spurt during the second period, three different fights broke out and each were pretty great. The first players to dance were Ryan Garbutt and Aaron Volpatti, followed by Vernon Fiddler and Maxim Lapierre, lastly it was Eric Nystrom and Dale Weise dropping...
Every once in awhile, there are particular games that become etched in the memory banks and can be vividly recalled even as other recollections fade with the passage of time. Last night's contest in Vancouver between the Dallas Stars and the Canucks will be one of those rare games, at least for me.
Many years from now, I probably will have have to look up the date in February...
Calgary Flames (4-5-3, 11 pts) @ Dallas Stars (8-6-1, 17 pts)
5:00 PM CT
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
The Flames – 13th in the West
Goals – 8th, Goals Against – 28th, Power Play – 4th, Penalty Kill – 29th
As all Stars fans will remember, this Flames team just lit up the Stars last week with a 7-4 demolition. In that game, the...
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Coming off a rousing comeback win in Vancouver that capped off a successful western Canada road trip, the Dallas Stars (8-6-1) return home to the American Airlines Center tonight for a rematch with the Calgary Flames (4-5-3). The game starts at 5 PM CST and will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
Five days ago, the Stars were on the receiving...