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Some teams seem to have it all and, a couple of months ago, the Dallas Stars looked to be one of them. Pick just about any affliction that could beset a franchise -- shy of a plague of locusts, anyway -- and there's a pretty good chance the Stars had it. Money problems. Personnel troubles. Attendance miseries.
BEST OF MAXIM
After the Dallas Stars failed to make the 2011 NHL StanleyCup Playoffs following a disappointing loss at Minnesota to end the season,giving them a three-year gap since their last postseason berth, Stars fans knewchanges were in order.
However, what no one knew was how quickly the wheels would get set in motion.It actually only took a few days for the first shoe to drop as head coach...
Frisco, Tex. – The Dallas Stars announced today that the NHL club has recalled defenseman Philip Larsen from the Texas Stars, Dallas’ pr...
PREVIEW 8:00 AM CST
The teams with the top record in the Western Conference will take on the best team in the East tonight when the Dallas Stars (11-3-0) travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins (9-3-3). The game starts at 6 p.m. CST (7 p.m. EST), and will be broadcast locally on Fox Sports Southwest and nationally on the NHL Network.
This is the first of two meetings between...
The Dallas Stars have put together a convincing argument in an effort to prove their surprising start is not a fluke.
Frisco, Tex. – The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has placed center Steve Ott on injured reserve retroactive to October 29 when he suf...
The Dallas Stars placed center Steve Ott on injured reserve Thursday, a move made to open a roster spot in case Brenden Morrow can't skate Friday at Pittsburgh.
Fan ballot released: Five Dallas Stars -- left wing Jamie Benn, left wing Loui Eriksson, goaltender Kari Lehtonen, center Mike Ribeiro and defenseman Sheldon Souray -- are on the fan ballot for the NHL's 2012 All-Star Game on Jan. 29 in Ottawa. Fans will be able to vote online at NHL.com/vote until Jan. 4, with the top six vote-getters by position -- three forwards, two defensemen...
Dallas Stars (11-3-0, 22 pts) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (9-3-3, 21 pts)
6:00 PM CT, November 11, 2011
CONSOL Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Let me go ahead and get this out of the way, Sidney Crosby won't be playing tonight. Now that tidbit is over so we can move on to the real news; the top two teams in the NHL find themselves on opposite ends of the ice tonight.
Dallas Stars (11-3-0) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (9-3-3)
TV: ROOT, NHLN-US
CONSOL Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA
Does anyone even remember what Pittsburgh Penguins hockey is like anymore?
The Dallas Stars are no joke this season. They lead the league with 22 points in 14 games. They're led by Jamie Benn who has five goals and 13 assists...
The Capitals, young and old, knew what was coming after a 5-2 loss to the Dallas Stars that included defensive malaise and the loss of far too many individual and team battles. Washington knew its play was unacceptable and that a grueling practice would be in order. For good measure, ...
Dallas Stars (11-3, 5-2 Road) at Penguins (9-3-3, 4-1-1 home), CONSOL Energy Center, 7:00 p.m. EDT
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For just the second time in the last 20 days, the Pittsburgh Penguins will play a hockey game at CONSOL Energy Center on Friday night. And before the season started, more folks likely circled the 11/11/11 matchup as a possible Sidney Crosby...
The Dallas Stars placed forward Steve Ott on injured reserve Thursday.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will battle the Dallas Stars on Friday, November 11 at CONSOL Energy Center. Here are some tips for fans who plan to attend the game:
Doors will open at 6:00 pm for the 7:00 pm start