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Grading Curtis McKenzie: Sheltered Minutes and Facepunching Defined a Depth Role

Curtis McKenzie had a season not unlike his previous two with Dallas. Curtis McKenzie’s career looks like a groundhog day of facepunching, a goal once every blue moon, and injuries. In 2015 it was a brutal hit by Nesterov of Tampa Bay that put McKenzie out of commission. This season it was the high stick from hell that prematurely ended his season. Needless to say, McKenzie...
Via Defending Big D
April 20, 2017

NHL Daily: No NHL in the Olympics, Alex Nylander, Curtis McKenzie and More

Via FOX Sports
April 04, 2017

Dallas Stars: Curtis McKenzie Eye Injury Update

Things aren’t going so well for the Dallas Stars right now as they try and close out a rough 2016-17 season. With the way injuries are piling up, they might not even have a fully functioning roster by Saturday night. If you’ve ever thought about working in the medical field, chances are you need to […] Dallas Stars: Curtis McKenzie Eye Injury Update - Blackout Dallas - Blackout...
Via Blackout Dallas
April 03, 2017

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Curtis McKenzie Inks a Contract Extension

Stars sign gritty McKenzie to contract extension, Landon Bow signs an entry level contract. Texas Stars lose to the Iowa Wild, Crosby vs McDavid Slow news day as far as the Dallas Stars are concerned on Friday, but they did take time to sign forward Curtis McKenzie to an one year extension. The former AHL rookie of the year has 18 points for the season mainly in a 4th line role....
Via Defending Big D
March 11, 2017

Stars sign Curtis McKenzie to 1-year extension

FRISCO, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Stars have signed forward Curtis McKenzie to a $700,000, one-year contract extension. McKenzie has 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in 43 games in his first full NHL season. The 26-year-old shares third on the team with a plus-seven rating and ranks fourth with 87 hits. In parts of three seasons, McKenzie has 16 points (eight goals, eight assists...
Via Associated Press
March 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Stars sign Curtis McKenzie to $700,000, 1-year extension

FRISCO, Texas (AP) The Dallas Stars have signed forward Curtis McKenzie to a $700,000, one-year contract extension. McKenzie has 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in 43 games in his first full NHL season. The 26-year-old shares third on the team with a plus-seven rating and ranks fourth with 87 hits. In parts of three seasons, McKenzie has 16 points (eight goals, eight assists...
Via Associated Press
March 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Dallas Stars’ Curtis McKenzie Thrives Comfortably Under the Radar

Curtis McKenzie is definitely one of the Stars’ less noticeable players. But even without the spotlight, he still knows how to pack a punch. The Dallas Stars have had their fair share of success stories when it comes to young players over the last few years. Jamie Benn and John Klingberg have really stood out […] Dallas Stars’ Curtis McKenzie Thrives Comfortably Under the Radar...
Via Blackout Dallas
January 04, 2017

At Least McKenzie’s On a Streak: 6 Easy Tweets

However, the Stars lost again. It’s December, Stars fans, and our team has yet to put together a winning streak longer than two games. I’m not sure when your “break glass for panic” moment is, but mine might be approaching faster than I’d like. 1. Well, as we all know at this point The only time this season the Stars have won back-to-back games featured a victory...
Via Defending Big D
December 07, 2016

Lightning D Nikita Nesterov suspended 2 games for boarding

 Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Nikita Nesterov has been suspended for two games without pay for boarding Dallas Stars forward Curtis McKenzie.Nesterov was given a 5-minute penalty and a game misconduct for checking McKenzie from behind in Thursday's contest in Tampa. It came at 15:56 of the second period. The Stars beat Tampa 5-3.McKenzie needed assistance from the ice and appeared...
Via Associated Press
October 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Stars' Curtis McKenzie hospitalized, in 'excruciating pain' following massive hit

There's a line in the NHL between productive physical play and hits that have no place in athletics, and Tampa Bay's Nikita Nesterov seemed to cross that line in Thursday night's game against the Dallas Stars when he smashed Dallas forward Curtis McKenzie head-first into the boards.McKenzie writhed in pain on the ice as his teammates got into a scrum with the Lightning players in...
Via FOX Sports
October 16, 2015  |  Discuss
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