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Through the Dallas Stars' first 17 games of this season, Adam Pardy has laced 'em up for just eight of those contests. The 27-year-old defenseman was signed during free agency over the summer after spending his first three NHL seasons in Calgary. The Flames took him in the sixth round of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft and with the recent injury to Alex Goligoski, Pardy figures to have more ice time over the next few weeks.
At 6-foot-4, he brings good size to the Dallas blue line, so it seems only fitting that the other half of that defensive pairing is none other than Mark Fistric, no small fry himself at 6-2. Pardy and Fistric were first paired together in Saturday's loss at Detroit, the first game after Goligoski's injury and for the most part, they performed well.
The PardyFistric duo skated together again in Tuesday's 6-0 loss to the Florida Panthers at American Airlines Center, a loss where Pardy was on the ice for half of the visitor's six goals in the gam...
BEST OF MAXIM
On Friday night in Colorado, the Dallas Stars figure to get center Steve Ott back from the hip pointer that has sidelined him for the last six games. But in Tuesday's 6-0 loss to Florida, Glen Gulutzan's club suffered another notable setback when grinding winger Adam Burish suffered a broken hand and will miss the next four to six weeks.
And it was just under a week ago...
The Dallas Stars have activated forward Steve Ott from the injured reserve after he recovered from a hip injury.
Ott will take the place of Adam Burish, who is expected to be out for four weeks with a broken hand after he was hit in the limb by a puck.
Ott was sidelined for six games with the hip injury, but should be in the lineup Friday night against the Colorado Avalanche.
Vancouver businessman Tom Gaglardi completed his purchase of the Dallas Stars on Friday.
Gaglardi's bid for the team was approved in bankruptcy court. The price tag was an estimated $265 million.
A news conference was scheduled for Monday to formally introduce Gaglardi as the team's new owner.
The Stars had reached an agreement to sell the team to Gaglardi in September...
Oftentimes in life as well in sports a little change can be a good thing. That’s definitely been the case for a pair of the newest Stars-winger Eric Nystrom and defenseman Sheldon Souray.
Nystrom, the son of former NHL standout Bob Nyst...
The Dallas Stars have placed forward Adam Burish on injured reserve with a broken hand.
A Canadian businessman with Texas roots and lifelong love of hockey purchased the Dallas Stars. The Stars said Tom Gaglardi, president of Northland Properties Corp., will be introduced Monday at a news conference as the team's new owner. Terms were not disclosed, after the NHL board of governors unanimously approved the deal.
Tom Gaglardi purchased the NHL's Dallas Stars on Friday and will be introduced as the new owner of the franchise on Monday.
In the latest NHL Network News Update, Ed Cohen reports that Jaromir Jagr is not traveling with the Flyers, Steve Ott will return for the Stars and more. (NBC Sports)
The Stars offense has all but disappeared over their longest losing streak of the season. A meeting with the Avalanche could be the spark the club needs.
FRISCO, Texas (AP) -- A Canadian businessman has purchased the Dallas Stars.
SHARKS AT DALLASFaceoff: 5 p.m. at American Airlines CenterTV/Radio: CSNCA/98.5, 102.1, 92.1Stars update: LW Jamie Benn leads Dallas in scoring with 19 points, and Sharks coach Todd McLellan calls him "one of the young stars of the NHL right now.