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Canada Trip Works Wonders For The Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars entered the All-Star break with a difficult task ahead of them. They had 36 games left to make up for a miserable start to the season. Everyone in and around the organization knew that Dallas was going to be seriously tested over the next two and a half months, and the first test began right out of the gate. The Stars were scheduled for three games in five days in...
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February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Dollars and sense: The Jason Spezza contract extension

Formerly with the Ottawa Senators and now a fixture for the Dallas Stars, Jason Spezza is now taking a four year extension to the bank. The contract extension will see Spezza have a $7.5 million salary cap hit until the age of 35. Did the Dallas Stars overpay for his services, or is the money good value? Over his 12 year NHL career spent mostly with the Ottawa Senators Jason Spezza...
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November 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Jason Spezza close to multi-year extension with Dallas

Almost as soon as the Dallas Stars acquired Jason Spezza in a trade with the Ottawa Senators, the Stars made it known that Spezza was not a one-year rental. The club announced that they hoped to keep Spezza in the mix well beyond the 2014-15 season and were ready to negotiate. Spezza wanted to see how things went first and wanted to get comfortable in his new city. Apparently he’s...
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November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Spezza introduced as member of Stars

DALLAS - During his introductory press conference on Monday morning at American Airlines Center, newly-acquired Dallas Stars center Jason Spezza donned the club's trademark Victory Green with his new number, 90. But no matter the color or number he wears, the bottom line for him wanting to come to Dallas and join the Stars was simple. "Yeah, I think there's a lot of positives to...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Spezza thrilled about trade to Dallas

FRISCO, Texas - It wasn't an easy decision, but Jason Spezza decided to leave the only NHL club he'd ever played for, the Ottawa Senators. And on Tuesday morning, the veteran center was traded to the Dallas Stars, and he couldn't be happier. "Yeah, I'm thrilled. I'm very excited. Dallas is a team that from the get go I thought would be a good fit for me," Spezza said during a conference...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Jason Spezza Watch: Handful Of Teams Reportedly Interested In Center

Ottawa Senators center Jason Spezza wants out, and it doesn’t sound like there’s any shortage of potential suitors for the veteran forward. The Ottawa Sun reported Wednesday night that there are now as many as five teams interested in making a deal for Spezza. According to the Sun report, those five teams are: St. Louis, Anaheim, Phoenix, Nashville and Florida. The Sens reportedly...
Via NESN.com
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Jason Spezza believes he’s headed for either St. Louis or Anaheim

The Jason Spezza trade rumors are pretty persistent. Each day brings new speculation and insight suggesting he’s on his way out of Ottawa and to a new team. Now that it seems all but certain that he’ll be traded, where is he going to land? One report suggests the list is a short one and that he believes it’ll be either St. Louis or Anaheim. Told Jason spezza's number one choice...
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June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Jason Spezza’s 10-Team No Trade List Includes Two More Teams

It’s the list that keeps on growing. Coveted center Jason Spezza agreed to part ways with the Ottawa Senators this summer, but a modified no-trade clause in his contract allowed him to reportedly compile a list of 10 teams that he wouldn’t accept a trade to. It turns out that list is actually a little longer, thanks to some clever tactics by Spezza and his agent. According to...
Via NESN.com
June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Jason Spezza Gives Senators List Of 10 Teams He Won’t Accept A Trade

Jason Spezza has asked the Ottawa Senators for a trade, and that process includes him giving the team a list of 10 teams he will not accept a trade to join. Ren Lavoie of TVA Sports first reported the news via Twitter: Jason Spezza have a modified no trade clause in his contract. He gave the Senators a list of 10 teams where he doesn't want to be traded.— Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva...
Via NESN.com
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Spezza wants trade because he’s blamed for losses

In May, we ran a story indicating that a Jason Spezza trade is pretty likely following an exit interview the veteran forward had with the team. The details surrounding that interview remained pretty vague, but it was clear that Spezza and the team’s management would be exploring a possible trade. A new report suggests that Spezza wants to be dealt to a new team because he’s blamed...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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