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Defending Big D Feb 16, 2019
Stars Finish Roller Coaster Road Trip Tonight In North Carolina

Stars Finish Roller Coaster Road Trip Tonight In North Carolina

After being dealt a stinging loss from Tampa Bay on Thursday, Dallas looks to get back on track tonight in Raleigh. Valentine’s Day wasn’t all chocolates, red roses, and greeting cards for the Dallas Stars on Thursday night. With starting goaltender Ben Bishop out injured, Anton Khudobin and Landon Bow taking turns in net with little success, and losing top defenseman John Klingberg to injury during the game, Dallas took a 6-0 hard loss against Tampa Bay. In a road trip full of ups and downs, Thursday was a reality check for the team and fans alike. When going up against the best team...
SportsDay Feb 14, 2019
Updates on John Klingberg, other injured Stars following Thursday's loss vs. Tampa Bay

Updates on John Klingberg, other injured Stars following Thursday's loss vs. Tampa Bay

TAMPA, Fla. -- Stars defenseman John Klingberg blocked an Anthony Cirelli shot in the third period with his left leg and did not play the final 13:45 of the Stars' 6-0 loss to the Tamp Bay Lightning on Thursday. After the game, Montgomery said Klingberg had x-rays, but Montgomery had not been told the results."I think he's fine, we were just being precautionary," Montgomery said. "But I don't know exactly."Klingberg also missed time in the first period while getting stitched up. When Klingberg was off the ice in the first, the Lightning scored three goals.-- Goaltender Ben Bishop missed his...
Defending Big D Feb 14, 2019
Thursday Links: The Trade Deadline And The Vanishing A’s

Thursday Links: The Trade Deadline And The Vanishing A’s

Sean Shapiro takes on your questions, including the one about alternate captains. Plus, tonight in #Kill, more from the Mom’s Trip, and more. What’s up with the Dallas Stars and their alternate captains? Do the vanishing A’s mean anything ominous? It’s one of many questions Sean Shapiro takes on in his latest Stars mailbag at The Athletic: The Stars haven’t officially stripped anyone of the alternate captaincy, but they’ve stopped rotating the “As” between John Klingberg, Tyler Seguin, Alexander Radulov, and Jason Spezza. Seguin and Klingberg have worn them since the...
SportsDay Feb 13, 2019
Tyler Seguin and John Klingberg now wearing letters in all Stars games: 'We felt that that was an important part to be consistent with our team'

Tyler Seguin and John Klingberg now wearing letters in all Stars games: 'We felt that that was an important part to be consistent with our team'

TAMPA, Fla. -- The letters on Tyler Seguin and John Klingberg's chests won't be going anywhere in the near future.Seguin and Klingberg have been alternate captains all season for the Stars, but typically wore an "A" on their chest only during home games, while Alexander Radulov and Jason Spezza wore the letters on the road. Since the All-Star break, Seguin and Klingberg have worn the "A" for all seven games."We wanted to be more consistent, so we wanted to be consistent with the 'A's," Stars coach Jim Montgomery said. "We felt that that was an important part to be consistent with our...
The Hockey Writers Feb 5, 2019
Stars Survive Coyotes – Seguin Scores Winner

Stars Survive Coyotes – Seguin Scores Winner

DALLAS — Tyler Seguin scored a tiebreaking goal with 7:32 to play, and the Dallas Stars scored four goals in a wild third period on the way to a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Monday night. Roope Hintz, John Klingberg, Radek Faksa and Mattias ... The post Stars Survive Coyotes – Seguin Scores Winner appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
SportsDay Feb 1, 2019
Why Radek Faksa could serve as a valuable Stars trade piece at the deadline

Why Radek Faksa could serve as a valuable Stars trade piece at the deadline

Matthew DeFranks, Stars beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answered your questions about the team in a recent live chat. Here are some highlights:Do you see Radek Faksa as a tradable asset for more offense? I think Jason Dickinson could fill his role.DeFranks: Outside of Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, Alexander Radulov, John Klingberg, Miro Heiskanen and Ben Bishop, I don't think any other Stars are untouchable. Radek Faksa is relatively young (he just turned 25), under contract for one more year and a RFA after that. He plays solid defense, even if his numbers this...
Defending Big D Jan 25, 2019
Revisiting the Miro Heiskanen Selection

Revisiting the Miro Heiskanen Selection

Forget the typical drafting issues. The Stars’ front office deserves full credit for picking their future franchise defenseman. This weekend, Miro Heiskanen will be representing the Dallas Stars at the 2019 NHL All Star Game in San Jose. He is one of only two rookies to achieve that honor this year, along with fellow 2017 NHL Draft pick Elias Pettersson of the Vancouver Canucks. It should go without saying that Heiskanen deserved this recognition. The Finnish defenseman has 20 points in 49 games and is third on the team in average time on ice with 23:06, behind only John Klingberg and Esa...
Defending Big D Jan 24, 2019
Thursday Links: Making Memories With Outdoor Hockey

Thursday Links: Making Memories With Outdoor Hockey

The Stars recount days playing hockey outside, even when there wasn’t any ice. Plus, Miro Our Hero, one more #Kill before the All-Star break, and more. The Dallas Stars are on All-Star break, and it’s a little too quiet around here. So it’s not too early to look ahead to next year’s Winter Classic. Players like John Klingberg and Minnesota native Tyler Pitlick can recount spending all day on frozen ponds, writes Mark Stepneski. But even Stars from the so-called Great White North remember outdoor games as being more classic than wintry, which is probably as good a sign for Dallas as...
Defending Big D Jan 23, 2019
Dallas Stars Daily Links: Bye Week Bahamas

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Bye Week Bahamas

Several of the Stars are making the most of their week away from the rink. Plus, the Oilers actually fired Peter Chiarelli, goaltending stories across the NHL, and more. While a week without Dallas Stars hockey can be sad for fans, it’s worth remembering that the players are human too and have earned a well-deserved break. Some players have decided to take full advantage of the week off, such as John Klingberg, Esa Lindell, and Valeri Nichushkin, who all flew south for the winter: Klingberg, Lindell and Nichushkin hadn’t initially planned to take the trip to the Bahamas together but...

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