Dallas Stars Center Mattias Janmark Out 6 Months With Knee Injury

Everything sucks and nothing is good. The Dallas Stars can’t buy luck when it comes to injuries to the forward corps. Between training camp injuries, World Cup of Hockey injuries, and preseason injuries, what was once a really deep pool of scoring is starting to look like a puddle constructed out of Stars fans’ tears. News today is that Mattias Janmark, an integral part of the...
Via Defending Big D
4 hours ago

Dallas Stars Being Led By Young Guns So Far In Preseason

Everyone knows that hockey superstars typically don’t play more than two or three games throughout the preseason. For the Dallas Stars, this scenario gives young players a chance to step up and shine. They have answered the bell so far. It’s tough to make progress in a given situation without proper leadership. Whatever the problem […] Dallas Stars Being Led By Young Guns So...
Via Blackout Dallas
22 hours ago

Injury Bug Continues for Dallas Stars Forward Corps as Mattias Janmark Goes Down

How? Why? How long? We won't know that for tomorrow, but spotting him on crutches on Thursday isn't good news. Would the person who has the voodoo doll of the Dallas Stars forwards please put it down? I mean, it was a little silly when every single forward the Stars sent to the World Cup of Hockey came back with some sort of injury, even more cringe-worthy when it was revealed Tyler...
Via Defending Big D
1 day ago

Dallas Stars Have Learning Experience in Colorado

The Stars and the Avalanche went at it in their preseason game last night, and the Stars did not come out on top with this one. With their first preseason game under their belt and a win to match up with it, the Stars started out on a good note at home, and against the […] Dallas Stars Have Learning Experience in Colorado - Blackout Dallas - Blackout Dallas - A Dallas Stars Fan...
Via Blackout Dallas
1 day ago

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Faksa Scores Twice As Stars Lose Preseason Game 2 to the Avs, 4-2

StarFox is back in business (but the Mile-High Curse is, too). Plus, Auston Matthews gets slap-happy, and Andrew Shaw may get DoPS’ed. It’s never too early to start hating road games in Pepsi Center, apparently. The Colorado Avalanche scored three times in the third period – once in an empty net – to hand the Dallas Stars their first preseason defeat, 4-2. [Stars Inside Edge...
Via Defending Big D
1 day ago

Dallas Stars: Updates On Tonight’s Game In Colorado

The Dallas Stars begin their preseason conquest tonight in the Mile High City. Here are updates from this morning in regards to tonight’s Stars-Avalanche contest. Time for another preseason test. After playing and easily handling the St. Louis Blues to begin their preseason excursion, the Dallas Stars are back in action tonight against another Central Division […] Dallas Stars...
Via Blackout Dallas
1 day ago

Dallas Stars 2016-17 Season Preview

The Dallas Stars exploded out of the starting gate in 2015-16, going 9-2-0 in October to take command of the Western Conference. Dallas maintained a blistering pace through the first half of the season, compiling a 28-8-4 record through Jan 2, which marked the best 40-game start in franchise history. Much of what went right in the first half of the season went wrong in January, as...
Via The Hockey Writers
3 days ago

Blues fall to 2-1 in preseason with 3-1 loss to Stars

In Dallas, Jiri Hudler's power-play goal late in the second period powered the Dallas Stars to a 3-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues.Patrik Nemeth and Patrick Eaves also scored for the Stars. Nemeth opened the game with a goal in the first period, while Eaves' third-period goal ended the scoring.St. Louis' Kevin Shattenkirk's power-play goal tied the game 1-1 in the second.Carter...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Stars: Parting ways with Valeri Nichushkin

Valeri Nichushkin will not be taking the ice when the Dallas Stars open the 2016-17 season. The winger has chosen to instead ink a two-year contract in the KHL, joining the CSKA Moscow team. Nichushkin was the first round pick for the Dallas Stars, and the 10th pick overall in the 2013 NHL draft. Despite being touted as a player with truly great potential, Nichushkin hasn’t quite...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Stars announcer Strader has a rare and aggressive cancer

FRISCO, Texas (AP) Dallas Stars announcer Dave Strader plans to work as many games as possible this season while undergoing treatment for a rare and aggressive form of cancer in his bile duct. Strader released a statement through the team Wednesday saying there is no cure for cholangiocarcinoma. But he said the cancer is treatable and that is ''fighting every day'' and doing everything...
Via Associated Press
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Stars broadcaster Dave Strader gives an update on his cancer treatment

Back in June, Dallas Stars play-by-play man Dave Strader announced that he was battling cancer. From our piece at the time: One of the NHL’s longest-tenured and most-respected announcers is battling cancer. The Dallas Stars announced Monday that Dave Strader, who took over TV play-by-play duties for them this past season following Ralph Strangis’ retirement, has been diagnosed...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Russian club CSKA says it will sign Nichushkin from Dallas

MOSCOW (AP) Russian hockey club CSKA Moscow says it will sign Dallas Stars winger Valeri Nichushkin. CSKA says in a statement it has reached an agreement with the 21-year-old Russian and that a two-year contract will be signed ''in the near future.'' Nichushkin, who was the Stars' top pick in the 2013 draft and 10th overall, has 23 goals and 41 assists in 166 NHL games for Dallas...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Valeri Nichushkin is heading to the KHL

Reports of players leaving the NHL and going to the KHL have always been a bit premature as most just use it as leverage to sign a better deal somewhere in North America. Valeri Nichushkin is a Russian born forward who was without a contract and as the season draws closer, the threat of him joining a team over in Russia is looking like a real possibility. Now, the Dallas Starts...
Via Puck Drunk Love
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Dallas Stars: Checking in with Tyler Seguin

The Dallas Stars will have another player to worry about after Tyler Seguin’s injury this week. The forward was injured during a World Cup of Hockey exhibition game against Team USA on September 9th. It was first reported as a lower body injury, with reports speculating that he had injured his knee. However, he underwent an MRI a week after the injury took place, and it was identified...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyler Seguin tried to hide an ankle injury to play in the World Cup

Tyler Seguin will miss the World Cup of Hockey due to an ankle injury, but the star forward tried his best to play despite his ailment. Not long after it was revealed that Ryan O’Reilly would replace Seguin in the tournament, Team Canada coach Mike Babcock revealed that Seguin hid and attempted to play through the injury. Babcock’s comments, via ESPN: “He said to us,...
Via Puck Drunk Love
15 days ago  |  Discuss

2016-17 Season Preview: Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars surprised a lot of people last season winning the Central Division with 109 points. They made it to the second round of the playoffs losing in 7 to the Blues without superstar Tyler Seguin. Now, there's hope that last season was just the beginning. While the forwards remain loaded, there are additional question marks on defense now and they still have the goaltending...
Via Razzball Hockey
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Antoine Roussel surprises a young fan at his birthday party

Dallas Star forward Antoine Roussel might be a pest on the ice, but off of the ice he seems like a pretty great dude. Recently he surprised a young fan by showing up at his birthday party to play some broom hockey. Best. Birthday. Ever.@Rous_ant — Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) August 16, 2016 A Stars fan named Tommy wrote to Roussel asking if he’d appear...
Via Puck Drunk Love
August 18, 2016  |  Discuss

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