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Stars Injury Update: Patrik Nemeth Suffers Significant Arm Laceration

Dallas Stars defenseman Patrik Nemeth suffered an arm laceration on Saturday night after taking a skate to the wrist in an awkward fall against the Philadelphia Flyers. Pat Iverson from SBN reported on this gruesome injury and shared a quick video of how it occurred. #485991709 / gettyimages.com“We’ll get you an update on Monday, but he is going to be out a good period of time”...
Via Sports Injury Alert
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ruff: Stars played 'stupid,' 'garbage hockey' in overtime loss to Flyers

The Stars lost defenseman Patrik Nemeth for a “good period of time” after a skate cut his arm Saturday, and will now have to adjust their defense — the area of their game that has been most under the microscope the last two seasons. But coach Lindy Ruff said his more immediate concern after a 6-5 overtime loss to Philadelphia at American Airlines Center is the fact the team...
Via Pro Sports Daily
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Stars' Power Play Remains Work-in-Progress

FRISCO -- When the Dallas Stars needed their power play the most, it delivered. Tyler Seguin's late power-play goal on Thursday night at Consol Energy Center was the game-winner as Dallas defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 on their home ice to finish their quick two-game road trip a perfect 2-0-0. Seguin's tally was just the Stars' second power-play goal so far this...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
2 days ago  |  Discuss

‘Our top guys have struggled,’ says Dallas coach Ruff

The Dallas Stars — a chic Cup contender pick after their ballyhooed offseason — are off to an 0-1-1 start to the year and, to hear head coach Lindy Ruff explain it, the lack of wins correlates to the play of their best players. “I think our top guys have struggled, and it’s probably hurt us more than anything,” Ruff said following a 4-1 loss to Nashville over the weekend...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Blackhawks, Stars entertain masses in season opener

DALLAS - If Thursday night's season opener between the Dallas Stars and Chicago Blackhawks is any indication of just how entertaining this campaign will be, then local hockey fans are in for a heck of a ride in year two of the Lindy Ruff era in Big D. For 40 minutes, the Stars went toe-to-toe with the Central Division heavyweight Blackhawks and even outplayed the denizens of...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Ruff pleased with Stars' offseason moves

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...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Stars' Ruff mum on possibly reaching 600 wins vs. Sabres

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...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Lindy Ruff will be back to work soon

Lindy Ruff might not be unemployed for long. Freshly fired after 15 years behind the Buffalo Sabres' bench (replaced by Ron Rolston of the AHL Rochester Americans), Ruff could be entrenched as head coach of another squad shortly -- if he's interested in taking on a new challenge right away. The general consensus amongst NHL coaches and general managers seems to be that the...
Via Hockey Fan Land
February 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Ruff out as Head Coach in Buffalo: Pegula made right decision

Lindy Ruff, the longest tenured Head Coach in the NHL, has been officially fired by the Buffalo Sabres. This news comes in the wake of a three game home stand, where the Sabres finished 1-2, the latest loss coming at the hands of the Winnipeg Jets, 2-1 on Tuesday night. For any diehard Sabres fan, this firing has been long overdue. Fellow writer Cory Buck, has been calling for Ruff’s...
Via The Sports Blitz
February 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Do the Buffalo Sabres need to fire Lindy Ruff?

I’ve long been a defender of Lindy Ruff. For years, he coached teams that ranked in the bottom of the league in payroll in a cap-free world. As the longest tenured head coach in the NHL, he has lead some squads that overachieved and for a while it was easy to blame outside forces for the team’s recent shortcomings.  After all, when the fields evened after the full-season lockout...
Via The Sports Blitz
February 09, 2013  |  Discuss
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