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Stars add title experience behind high-scoring Seguin, Benn

DALLAS (AP) Dallas will try to convert a second straight promising offseason into a trip to the playoffs, something the disappointing team couldn't do last season because of a slow start and another slump triggered by a key injury. Now that he's healthy, Tyler Seguin figures to be joined on the top line with Jamie Benn by Patrick Sharp, who won his third Stanley Cup with Chicago...
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Benn's status updated for training camp following hip surgery

Jamie Benn led the NHL in scoring last season, but he did it all with a bad hip which required surgery following the season. If a sub-par hip can't slow Benn down, however, it looks like hip surgery will not have a huge impact on Benn either."I'm feeling pretty good," Benn told the Dallas Morning News this week. "I had my best skate [Wednesday]. We're still going to take it slow...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Stars' Jamie Benn increases workouts following double hip surgeries

Jamie Benn was not at full health last season when he led the league with 87 points in 82 games. He required double hip surgery this offseason, going under the knife first in April for one hip and later in May for the other, and hopes to be fully recovered by the start of next season. His recovery was initially expected to take 4-5 months. If Benn's increased workouts are indicative...
Via Fox Sports
August 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamie Benn asks Jason Demers if he likes to ‘Bunch Mox’, hockey Twitter responds beautifully

One Twitter user posted this screenshot from an alleged conversation on Twitter between Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn and defenseman Jason Demers. I used alleged because I haven’t seen anybody else post the screenshot, although it does look legit. Back to the post, Jamie Benn asked his teammate if he liked to “Bunch Mox’, suggesting Demers is the kind of guy who would do...
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July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Stars GM Jim Nill: ‘There’s Nobody That Wants To Fight Jamie Benn’

Casual hockey fans might not know a lot about Jamie Benn. He’s the captain and first-line left winger for the Dallas Stars, and he’s become one of the NHL’s top 10 players over the last two seasons. His power forward-type of game that blends outstanding offensive skill and physical play makes him one of the most difficult players to defend. Benn, who played in all 82 games...
May 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamie Benn’s scoring title more impressive due to hip injury

Jamie Benn narrowly claimed the Art Ross Trophy – an award given to the NHL’s leading scorer – after recording four points in the final game of the Dallas Stars’ season. While that feat was impressive enough as is, it turns out Benn played through a nagging injury all season long. Benn’s scoring title might go overlooked in NHL history due to the fact his 87-point total...
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April 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Handing out the Dallas Stars midseason grades

The Dallas Stars are 21-18-7 going into the All-Star break. They sit in eleventh place in the Western Conference and are just four points out of a playoff spot. While most people around the league expected Dallas to be considerably higher in the standings, the season thus far has been good enough to stay in the hunt heading into the final months of the regular season. But just how...
January 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamie Benn Among Active NHL Players Who Have Rocked A Black Eye (Photos)

Professional hockey players are no strangers to being battered and bruised. It comes with the territory of playing a full-contact sport where if a puck or stick doesn’t get you, someone’s elbow, knee or skate will. In the National Hockey League, black eyes are common. Many players don’t wear visors, leaving their faces fully exposed to whatever comes their way. Even those...
November 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Stars: Playoffs need to become the rule, not the exception

The Dallas Stars have undergone a rebuilding process, after missing the postseason for five straight years. During this time they’ve acquired lots of young talent, while also retaining key veterans. This season, the Stars entered the Olympic break in 8th place of the Western Conference. While this is a good sign, the Stars cannot simply continue to be “Sellers” at the trade...
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Stars look to capture crucial points against Phoenix

The sixth through twelfth seeds in the Western Conference are only separated by seven points. The Dallas Stars fit in at the bottom of this list, but have a couple games to work with compared to most teams (Stars have played 55, while several teams in the West have played 57 or 58). The Stars play the Phoenix Coyotes tonight, a team that has a three point lead on the Stars in the...
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

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