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Barry Melrose Rocks:
Tyler Seguin: All right, Boston, Sox in the World Series! WOOOO SOX LET'S GO! BOSTON STRONG!
Jamie Benn: Uh, dude
Seguin: What's up man, you looking to get WASTED? The SOX are in the World Series. Let's go down to Fenway and bang some baseball fans!
Seguin: I know, I know, I shouldn't say that stuff out loud.
Benn: No. You don't live in Boston any more. You were traded like 6 months ago. You're in Dallas now.
Seguin: Does this mean I don't have to drink Sam Adams any more?
Benn: That's exactly what that means.
Seguin: Oh thank God.
MEANWHILE, IN BOSTON
Louis Ericsson: WHY IS EVERYONE YELLING, IT'S AFTER MIDNIGHT?!
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Sometimes a player has so much talent that it’s easy to forget how young they are. Case in point: Tyler Seguin when he played for the Boston Bruins. They drafted him with the second-overall selection in 2010 watched him grow into the team’s top goal scorer two years later and handed him a massive $34.5 million deal.
Then it seems that the team left him alone with his new-found...
The Stars pondered possibly playing Kari Lehtonen on Sunday but decided to let him rest and then take the four-day stretch before Thursday’s home game against Calgary.
“He had a good practice [Saturday] a really good practice and he looked good” said goalie coach Mike Valley. “He had a workout [Sunday] and he seems to be doing well. He’ll practice with me [Monday] while...
from Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News,
Stars coach Lindy Ruff said injured goalie Kari Lehtonen (lower body) is not ready to play and will not be activated from IR on Sunday. That means the Stars have a choice between playing Dan Ellis on a quick back-to-back or giving Jack Campell his NHL debut.
While Ruff would not say what his choice is, it’s pretty clear Campbell...
The Dallas Stars have suffered through and up-and-down start to the 2013-14 NHL season and head coach Lindy Ruff is ready to make some changes on the blue line. Alex Goligoski and Sergei Gonchar have both left much to be desired with their play in all three zones and could be scratched for today’s game against the Anaheim Ducks.
Dallas raised some eyebrows when they traded for...
The Dallas Stars have used their three goaltenders early in this 2013-14 season, and the wins just are not coming. Kari Lehtonen has missed the past five games with a lower body injury. Dan Ellis has proven that he cannot start multiple games in a row having struggled in the four straight games that he was used in.
On Sunday night, Lindy Ruff tapped Stars rookie Jack Campbell...
DALLAS (AP) -- Dallas Stars coach Lindy Ruff was thinking about a shootout even before his club faced the undefeated San Jose Sharks.
Ruff had the idea that if the game was forced to a tiebreaker, he would use rookie Alex Chiassson as one of his first three shooters.
The opportunity presented itself and paid off immediately as Chiasson was the only player to score in the shootout...
Jamie Benn had one of the most memorable fights of the 2012-13 season when he battled Joe Thornton. Though that fight will be almost impossible to top, Benn returns this week at the top spot after a nice scrap with Anaheim's Francois Beauchemin. Where does Benn's teammate Antoine Roussel rank on this week's list after his fight with Matt Irwin? 5. Robert Bortuzzo...
DAL's Ryan Garbutt has in-person hearing with NHL for hit on ANA's Dustin Penner. In person hearing gives NHL option of 6 or more games.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) October 21, 2013
No penalty on the play...
First the Anaheim broadcast team...
Followed by the Dallas view... Continue reading "Video- Ryan Garbutt Called To The Carpet For...
GAME PREVIEW (3:00 PM CDT)
Coming off a resilient home win over previously undefeated San Jose, the Dallas Stars (3-3-0) begin the front half a two-game weekend road trip in California. Tonight, the Stars are in Los Angeles to take on the LA Kings (5-3-0). Game time is 9:30 p.m. Central. The match will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
This is the first of three...
GAME PREVIEW (1:00 PM CDT)
Coming off a disappointing followup to a rousing win on Thursday night, the Dallas Stars (3-3-0) are back in action tonight in the second half of their weekend road trip to California. Tonight, Dallas takes on the Anaheim Ducks (6-1-0). Game time is 7:00 p.m. Central. The match will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
This is the first of...
As you get ready for your week, ask yourself: Did you take your morning dump?
The Top Line
The Avalanche and Penguins are playing what looks to be a pretty decent game this evening. NBC, Sports Illustrated, The Local Take #1, The Local Take # 2
Columbus 3, Vancouver 1 - Luongo or Schneider? No! It was Curtis McElhinney the whole time!