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Defending Big D Nov 5, 2015

Jason Demers Quietly Becoming A Core Player On The Dallas Stars

Dallas' #1 "Dad" If you didn't notice Jason Demers very much in the Dallas Stars' game against the Boston Bruins this past Tuesday, don't fret: you probably weren't the only one, as Demers was fairly invisible for most of the night. Which is why it might surprise you to read now that he led the entire team in ice time that game, with 25:26. To paraphrase an old hockey adage: sometimes the less you notice a defenseman, the better. That, more often than not, is the case with Demers, a player that goes about his business with quiet, yet relentlessly effective, efficiency. Sure, sometimes...
Defending Big D Nov 1, 2015

Dallas Stars Daily Links: The Stars Are 9-2-0 and Still Have Room to Improve, Says Mike Heika

The scariest thing about the Stars' Halloween win may have been how many tricks they had left. Plus, Henrik Zetterberg hits some big marks, and NHL stars share what scares them. The Dallas Stars threw a few scares into their fans on Halloween, but as it turned out, that was just part of the fun as they took down the San Jose Sharks 5-3. Yesterday afternoon's alternately hair-raising and exhilarating win "was nothing like any other game this season, and yet it was a lot like most of them," as Mike Heika writes. "I think we're more resilient," said Stars defenseman Jason Demers, who had a...

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