LINDY RUFF RUMORS & GOSSIP
[Inside the Dallas Stars Locker Room]
Lindy Ruff: Tyler, I’ve got some good news for you! You’ve been named to the All-Star team!
Tyler Seguin: Tell me something I don’t know.
Ruff: I’m sorry? This is good! You get to join the All Stars!
Jamie Benn: Yo, wait, hold up. What team am I on then?
Ruff: The Stars
Benn: Ok, then where is Tyler going.
Ruff: The All Star game.
Dallas coach Lindy Ruff is doing his best to sugarcoat the Stars' inability to convert on the power play during a tough stretch that has been highlighted by narrow defeats.
Now he'll have to try to solve those issues without one of his top goal producers with the man advantage.
Dallas seeks just a second victory in seven games while looking to win a sixth straight meeting with the...
Via AP on Fox
15 days ago
Head coach Lindy Ruff isn’t too happy with the effort he is seeing from the Dallas Stars. Following a loss to the Colorado Avalanche, Ruff unloaded on his team and called them out for their embarrassing and pathetic effort.
Here’s what Ruff had to say, as seen in the Dallas News:
“I don’t buy that on back-to-back games our energy was low, I’m tired of that one....
Earlier today, Dallas Stars coach Lindy Ruff declared Patrik Nemeth out for the season with a severe arm laceration. Chris Peters from cbssports.com reported this update to Nemeth’s injury. Video of the gruesome injury can be seen here. #483103371 / gettyimages.com Patrik Nemeth’s prognosis was originally for him to be out indefinitely as was reported a few days...
FRISCO, Texas - On Tuesday, Dallas Stars head coach Lindy Ruff was seen around the club's Frisco headquarters taking in the first day of the Stars' annual development camp.
On Wednesday, Ruff, who just completed his first year behind the Dallas bench, a season where the Stars snapped a six-year playoff drought before losing in six games to the Anaheim Ducks in their Western Conference...
ST. LOUIS -- Dallas coach Lindy Ruff was talking with a small group of reporters in a hallway outside the locker room following the Stars' Saturday morning skate when Ken Hitchcock walked by.
Huff noticed the St. Louis Blues' coach, who was his roommate at the Olympics when the pair were assistants for gold medalist Team Canada, and said maybe Hitch should answer a question posed...
DALLAS -- In a way, it was almost poetic that Lindy Ruff got his 600th career win as an NHL head coach against his former team, the Buffalo Sabres. The Dallas Stars and Sabres went toe-to-toe on Monday night at American Airlines Center, but in the end a power-play goal by Dallas rookie winger Alex Chiasson, one that went in off his shin guard, was the difference in a 3-2 win.
DALLAS -- Almost true to form, the calm, cool and collected Lindy Ruff was downplaying the possibility that if the Dallas Stars beat the Buffalo Sabres, the same club he coached for most of his NHL career, on Monday night at American Airlines Center, that Ruff would become the 12th coach in league history to reach 600 wins.
But don't try to tell him how significant such a milestone...
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FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Stars head coach Lindy Ruff has every right to be happy about where his club is currently at. That's because not only did the Stars complete a sweep of a two-game homestand with Thursday's 4-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks, but Dallas now hits the road for a quick two-game road trip to the West Coast to face the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings.