The surging Dallas Stars continue to pile up points with the playoffs fast approaching, but it could be a case of too little, too late.
Dallas continues its postseason push Friday night when it goes for a seventh consecutive road victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
The Stars (36-28-10) have followed a six-game losing streak by winning nine of 11, including a season best-tying four...
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Matt Martin’s knee-on-knee hit on Trevor Daley looked set to put a final nail in the coffin of the Dallas Stars’ season. The team had lost six in a row with only two points out of a possible twelve, a run of futility that put the playoffs out of reach. Instead of folding like a […]
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DALLAS (AP) Cody Eakin scored at 16:46 of the third period and the Dallas Stars rallied to beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-3 on Monday night.
Stars captain Jamie Benn scored his team's first two goals and earned his 200th assist on the third by Patrick Eaves, who tied the game at 3-3 at 12:35 of the third.
On the winner, Eakin took a pass from John Klingberg in the left faceoff circle...
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Man, what the hell happened with Kari Lehtonen, G (W, 33 SV, 1.000%, SHO) this season? I honestly have no idea. Yes, the Stars have dealt with injuries since before the start of the season and that’s definitely hurt team chemistry. Yes, their defense is more offensively minded than they should be and when you mix that with a handful of youth on the blue line and you’ve got yourself...
DALLAS (AP) -- Kari Lehtonen stopped all 33 shots, including a penalty shot, for his fifth shutout this season and 32nd of his career, and the Dallas Stars defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 4-0 on Saturday night.
Patrick Eaves, Tyler Seguin, Shawn Horcoff and Jason Spezza scored for Dallas. Alex Goligoski set up two of the Stars' goals as they won their second straight game and seventh...
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By: Meesh Shanmugam
Here’s a link to the Postgame Thoughts archive, in case you want to catch up on what you may have missed.
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Letang (11) (PP) from Crosby, Ehrhoff
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Comeau (interference) – Unnecessary (steps up and takes out one of Goligoski’s legs as Goligoski is trying to follow Crosby...
Pittsburgh Penguins (39-21-10) at Dallas Stars (32-28-10)
8:30 PM – ROOT Sports
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
The well has run dry for the Penguins. They have now lost three straight while being outscored 9-1 in the process. They have scored one goal or fewer in six of their past eight games. The shots are there – 108 total in the last three losses – the Penguins...
The Dallas Stars find themselves in the unenviable position of being in standings limbo: eight points out of the last wild card spot and having to leapfrog four teams to get there. The question then is where do the Stars go from here? That all depends on where management and the players see this thing […]
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As the United States springs forward for daylight savings time, the Dallas Stars are falling back toward the draft lottery. Although there appears to be little left to gain from the last weeks of this season, there are still plenty of questions about the forward group left to be answered. While five of the top […]
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#72 in Green, Erik Cole
Meet one of the two newest Red Wings Erik Cole.
Cole is a 36 year old rental player acquired from the Dallas Stars. He is best known as a gritty, in your face forward not afraid to lay the body and get into the corners. He is the type of player that really earns value in playoff time, with his size (6’2″, 215 lbs) and ability to skate matching up...
The Dallas Stars traded away Erik Cole and a conditional third round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft for defenseman Mattias Backman, center Mattias Janmark, and a second round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft.
This move officially marks an end to the Stars playoff hopes this season, as if the six game losing streak didn’t already seal the deal. However, it shows the long term look that general...
DALLAS — The Dallas Stars traded forward Erik Cole to the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night.
The Stars got center Mattias Janmark, defenseman Mattias Backman and a second-round pick this year for Cole and a conditional third-round pick.
The 36-year-old Cole had 18 goals and 17 assists in 57 games for the Stars this season. He has 262 goals and 264 assists...
Well, the Dallas Stars have one game left in the month of February. A month that has given Dallas a few highs, and then a whole lot of lows. The Stars are 4-6-2 this month and have lost the third period and overtime by a combined score of 24-9. That caused them to lose five games in which they were tied or winning going into the final frame. It has been this inability to play for...
It’s hard to believe that it’s taken Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars six seasons to record his first hat trick, but finally Tuesday night he achieved the accomplishment.
With two beauties in the first period and another in the second period, the Stars captain lead the way in the Dallas 4-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues.
Check out all three of Benn’s goals!
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The Dallas Stars were trailing 3-0 against the Colorado Avalanche with a little over 10 minutes remaining in the third period. During a stretch of 4-on-4 hockey, the Stars gambled and pulled their goalie in order to have a 5-on-4 advantage. The move paid off almost immediately with Jason Spezza scoring to make things 3-1.
The Stars eventually fell 4-1, but it’s not often you see...
DALLAS — Stars scoring leader Tyler Seguin will miss three to six weeks with a right knee injury sustained when he was checked below the waist on a hit coach Lindy Ruff called “a dirty, low play that I don’t like.”
Seguin was helped off the ice Friday after the hit in the third period by Florida defenseman Dmitry Kulikov, who was ejected. Kulikov is likely to be suspended...
Friday night’s win against the Florida Panthers was a Pyrrhic Victory for the Dallas Stars. Despite winning the game 2-0, the Stars lost forwards Ales Hemsky, Patrick Eaves, and Tyler Seguin to injury. Since the game, the Stars announced that Seguin and Eaves have been placed on injured reserve, while Hemsky appears to be out short-term with a lower-body injury.
Eaves left the...
FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Stars fans have recognized the true greatness emanating from rookie defenseman John Klingberg practically since the moment he made his NHL debut last November.
But now that Klingberg, 22, who has 29 points (19 assists) in 40 games for Dallas and is an impressive plus-10, has continued delivering goals and assists while also handling his defensive responsibilities...
Dallas Stars left wing Antoine Roussel has been suspended for two games for a cross-check to the throat of Adam McQuaid.The cross-check came only four minutes into the first period during Tuesday night's game against Dallas. McQuaid was ready to throw hands but Roussel was quick to think otherwise, raising his stick and delivering a quick jab straight to McQuaid's throat. The Boston...
Dallas Stars left winger Antoine Roussel was ejected from Tuesday night's game against Boston for cross-checking Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid in the neck.It happened less than four minutes into the game as McQuaid bumped Roussel off the puck near the boards. Roussel didn't like it and retaliated with the vicious check to the throat.Roussel was given a five minute major and a...
BOSTON — Tyler Seguin and the Dallas Stars are in Boston for their only game against the Bruins at TD Garden in the regular season.
Seguin is questionable for Tuesday night’s matchup because of the flu.
The Stars have struggled throughout the season and sit five points out of a wild card playoff spot in the Western Conference. One of the few bright spots for Dallas has been...
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The Dallas Stars may have the most entertaining jumbotron in the NHL. Whether it’s mocking the city of Winnipeg or calling out North Korea, the humor on display is extremely clever and usually brilliant.
This time the Stars targeted that awful Nationwide ad from the Super Bowl.
Here is said photo of the Stars jumbotron courtesy of @taylorklynn pic.twitter.com/YOgl3EnzYs