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from Larry Brooks of the New York Post,
* The question isn’t whether perpetual bubble team Dallas will make rentals Jaromir Jagr (who leads the team in scoring), Brenden Morrow, Derek Roy and Eric Nystrom available, the question is whether the Stars will begin a meaningful overhaul by dangling Loui Eriksson?
Because if they do, the Rangers would be mighty interested.
* So does this Islanders’ slide turn general manager Garth Snow into a seller, or will the club stay the course with prospective free agents Mark Streit, Lubomir Visnovskyand Brad Boyes?
* Finally, this is not a commentary on the people on air as much as the policy guiding them, but the NHL Network would be a far more compelling watch if it didn’t act as an arm of the NHL PR office.
A few hours watching the MLB Network should be enough to teach the NHL people what they — and the audience — need to know.
read on for protecting the players talk...
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DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Stars have activated Aaron Rome from injured reserve after the defenseman missed 13 games with a broken foot.
Rome will be available Monday night against Minnesota, the first of two home games for the Stars against the Wild this week. He had two assists and eight penalty minutes in 11 games before getting injured Feb. 23 against San Jose.
The Stars signed...
Derek Roy, Eric Nystrom and Jaromir Jagr each had a goal and an assist to lead the Dallas Stars to a 5-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night.
Rookie Jordie Benn got his first NHL goal and Cody Eakin also scored for Dallas, which won its second straight game following a 1-4-1 stretch in which they were outscored 23-10. Jamie Benn added three assists.
The streaking Pittsburgh Penguins acquired forward Brenden Morrow from the Dallas Stars on Sunday to bolster the team's second line.
Pittsburgh sent defenseman Joe Morrow, the team's first-round pick in the 2011 draft, and a fifth-round choice this year to Dallas in exchange for Morrow and the Stars' third-round pick in the draft.
The 34-year-old Morrow has 243 goals...
According to multiple media outlets, Dallas Stars captain Brenden Morrow has waived his no-trade clause and agreed to a trade to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The 34-year-old power forward, who has six goals and 11 points in 29 games this season, had spent his entire professional career in the Stars' organization.
Morrow was slowed last year by lingering neck and shoulder injuries...
Ray Shero stood pat last year. He doesn't appear to be this season. There is a deal in place for Brendan Morrow.
Via Darren Dreger:
If Morrow waives his NMC, the Pens will apparently deal prospect Joe Morrow.
While that price may seem high, this deal makes unlimited sense.
1. Morrow is a playoff performer. Great read earlier this week from Puck Daddy on Morrow...
Brenden Morrow waived his no-trade clause and agreed to spend the next few months away from his family for one reason only: to win a Stanley Cup.
The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired the veteran forward on Sunday hoping his physical presence around the net will complement stars Evgeni Malkin and James Neal on Pittsburgh's second line.
The 34-year-old Morrow arrived in his new home...
NHLTags: Brenden MorrowCalgary FlamesDallas StarsDan BoyleDanny BriereJarome IginlaPittsburgh PenguinsSan Jose SharksBrenden Morrow was drafted by the Dallas Stars in 1997. His entire career has been spent in the great state of Texas, where he scored 243 goals and 528 points in 835 games. He did not join the team until the 1999-00 season...
More coming. For now, see our previous post here.
It's official via Pierre LeBrun.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have traded Joe Morrow and a fifth-round pick in 2013 to the Dallas Stars for Brenden Morrow and a third-round pick in 2013.
Brenden Morrow was drafted by the Dallas Stars in 1997 and he's played his entire NHL career with the franchise. He became the captain of the Stars in 2006. He has six goals and five assists...
Minnesota Wild (18-10-2, 38 pts) @ Dallas Stars (15-13-3, 33 pts)
8:30 PM CT
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
The Wild – 4th in the West
Goals – 19th, Goals Against – 4th, Power Play – 14th, Penalty Kill – 3rd
Much like the Stars much publicized back-to-back troubles of the past couple of seasons, the Wild also have a dubious...
PREVIEW 10:30 AM CDT
As they begin a five-game homestand that runs through April 1, the Dallas Stars (14-13-3) will try to avenge a painful road loss to the Colorado Avalanche (11-14-4) on Wednesday. Tonight's game at the American Airlines Center starts at 7:30 p.m. CDT and will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
This is the third and final meeting between the...
PREVIEW 6:30 AM CDT
In the second match of a five-game homestand that runs through April 1, the Dallas Stars (15-13-3) will play the first of two successive games against the Minnesota Wild (18-10-2) on Monday. Tonight's game at the American Airlines Center starts at 7:30 p.m. CDT and will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
This is the second of three meetings...
Despite the fact that the Kings are coming off a 2-0 loss to the Dallas Stars on Thursday, they played pretty well in that game, and Darryl Sutter made no changes to his lineup today. Today, the Kings were wrapping up a five-game homestand, as they took on the Vancouver Canucks. The Kings came into [...]
from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
One point out right now, what does Nieuwendyk do in 11 days?
He’s got three prime-time rental players he could sell in Jaromir Jagr, Derek Roy and captain Brenden Morrow, all pending UFAs.
Do you move them all? Or just one or two of them, keeping in mind you may still make the playoffs?
You also need to keep in mind this is a very deep...
Philadelphia Flyers (13-16-1) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (24-8-0)
ROOT, NBCSN, RDS, 7:30 pm/et
Consol Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA
The Pittsburgh Penguins have won 11 games in a row. The Philadelphia Flyers have won 13 games period. The Flyers haven't had much success this season, so breaking the Penguins' winning streak would be huge for them. Expect...