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SportsDay May 13, 2019
5 questions facing the Stars this offseason: Will Jamie Benn bounce back from one of his least productive seasons?

5 questions facing the Stars this offseason: Will Jamie Benn bounce back from one of his least productive seasons?

The Dallas Morning News’ Matthew DeFranks takes a look at the Stars after the 2018-19 season. Here, he breaks down five burning questions about the team heading into the offseason:1. How do the Stars remake their top two lines?The Stars, one of the most top-heavy teams in the league a season ago, found balance in the lineup toward the end of this season with the emergence of Roope Hintz as a second-line center and the acquisition of Mats Zuccarello as a dynamic playmaker. Now Zuccarello is a free agent and without re-signing him (or adding another scorer), the Stars could be relying too...
SportsDay May 9, 2019
Stars forward Roope Hintz played Game 7 against St. Louis with a fractured foot

Stars forward Roope Hintz played Game 7 against St. Louis with a fractured foot

After the Stars' season ended with a 2-1 double-overtime loss in Game 7 to St. Louis on Tuesday night, coach Jim Montgomery said Roope Hintz was the team's best forward in the game -- and he was with a fractured foot.Hintz fractured his left foot during Game 6 against the Blues, wore a walking boot at the airport the next day, missed morning skate in St. Louis before logging 23:35 in a double-overtime game. Hintz's foot was numbed by injections, and it was a matter of fitting his swollen foot into his skate."It was the Stanley Cup playoffs, so I tried to do everything [so] that I could play,"...
Last Word on Hockey May 9, 2019
Roope Hintz Among Numerous Injured Dallas Stars

Roope Hintz Among Numerous Injured Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars have been playing with a lot of injured bodies in their recently concluded playoff run. On Thursday, the Stars announced that forward Roope Hintz was playing with the broken foot in Game 7 against the St. Louis Blues. Mats Zuccarello, whom the Stars acquired before the Trade Deadline, suffered a broken arm quickly after coming to Dallas. While the break did heal, he was still experiencing a lot of pain during the playoffs. Mattias Janmark also played through broken foot for Dallas. Hintz played Game 7 with a broken foot. Janmark broke foot back in February or March and it...
Defending Big D May 8, 2019
Stars Fall to Blues 2-1 in Game 7 Double Overtime

Stars Fall to Blues 2-1 in Game 7 Double Overtime

That’s all they wrote, folks. The Stars have been eliminated and the Blues will advance now to the Western Conference Final. In what was a must-win for only one team to advance to the Western Conference Final, the Dallas Stars met the St. Louis Blues for one final matchup at the Enterprise Center. Brett Ritchie was swapped in for Mattias Janmark, in a coach’s decision for a more physical approach, with Ritchie playing in only his third NHL playoff game since the 2016 run. Though Stars fans all worried that Roope Hintz was potentially out after being seen wearing a boot on his foot,...
SportsDay May 6, 2019
Stars forward Roope Hintz in walking boot as team heads to St. Louis, other injury updates

Stars forward Roope Hintz in walking boot as team heads to St. Louis, other injury updates

Stars forward Roope Hintz was wearing a walking boot on his left foot before the team departed Dallas Love Field airport for St. Louis on Monday afternoon, likely a precautionary measure after the 22-year-old breakout center blocked a shot during the Stars' 4-1 loss in Game 6 on Sunday afternoon.Hintz blocked a Brayden Schenn shot with his left foot 6:27 into the first period on Sunday, but finished the period. He missed the first 7:29 of the second period but received 15 more shifts in the second and third period.Hintz has been one of the Stars' best players in the playoffs, with five goals...
Defending Big D May 5, 2019
Jason Dickinson: The Unsung Hero

Jason Dickinson: The Unsung Hero

Out of the Stars’ young players, Hintz and Heiskanen have gotten most of the attention, but Dickinson has shone just as brightly. A couple of weeks ago, I broke down my “Three Stars” of the first round series between the Dallas Stars and the Nashville Predators. I felt like I could have included half the roster given how well the Stars played, but tried to keep the list of honorable mentions short. That meant players like Esa Lindell, Roope Hintz, and Radek Faksa got the short end of the stick despite fantastic performances in the first round . But today, we’re going to talk about a...
Defending Big D May 4, 2019
Stars Hold Ground Against Blues & Win 2-1 to Take Series Lead

Stars Hold Ground Against Blues & Win 2-1 to Take Series Lead

Timely goal saving, excellent penalty killing, and Bish doing Bish things. After a huge Game 4 at home in Dallas, the Stars journeyed to St. Louis for Game 5 of the second round. Hoping to use the momentum gained after tying up the series, the Dallas Stars took an amended roster to St. Louis, with AHL Black Ace Dillon Heatherington making his NHL postseason debut. And with the Blues’ frustrations growing, the Stars capitalized and held their ground. The rookies were all the rage in Friday night’s game, with Roope Hintz, Jason Dickinson, and Miro Heiskanen helping lead the way along with...
The Hockey Writers May 2, 2019
Stars Juggle Top Lines & Beat Blues to Even the Series 2-2

Stars Juggle Top Lines & Beat Blues to Even the Series 2-2

DALLAS — Rookie Roope Hintz scored his fifth goal of the playoffs, Tyler Seguin and Alexander Radulov each had two assists and the Dallas Stars beat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Wednesday night to even the second-round series at two games each. Rookie co... The post Stars Juggle Top Lines & Beat Blues to Even the Series 2-2 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
CBC News May 2, 2019
Top-line shuffle pays off as Stars double up Blues to draw even

Top-line shuffle pays off as Stars double up Blues to draw even

Rookie Roope Hintz scored his fifth goal of the playoffs, Tyler Seguin and Alexander Radulov each had two assists and the Dallas Stars beat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Wednesday night to even the second-round series at two games each.

Stars switch top lines and beat Blues 4-2 to even series 2-2

Rookie Roope Hintz scored his fifth goal of the playoffs, Tyler Seguin and Alexander Radulov each had two assists and the Dallas Stars beat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Wednesday night to even the second-round series at two games each.
Sportsnet.ca May 1, 2019
Hintz beats Binnington after nice cross-ice feed from Benn

Hintz beats Binnington after nice cross-ice feed from Benn

Watch as Jamie Benn feeds Roope Hintz with a nice pass to help put the Dallas Stars up 4-1 on the St. Louis Blues. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
SportsDay May 1, 2019
Stars-Blues expected lineups for Game 4: Dallas, Jim Montgomery rework top six

Stars-Blues expected lineups for Game 4: Dallas, Jim Montgomery rework top six

The Stars tweaked their top-six ahead of Wednesday night's Game 4, splitting up the trio of Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin and Alexander Radulov.Stars coach Jim Montgomery flip-flopped centers Seguin and Roope Hintz to try and jumpstart his team's 5-on-5 game against St. Louis. Montgomery also inserted Joel Hanley on defense, replacing Taylor Fedun."The one line's not loaded up," Blues interim coach Craig Berube said. "They moved it around a little bit. They got two dangerous lines. Not that they didn't have two dangerous lines before. We're going to have to do a little juggling with matchups,...
Second City Hockey Apr 29, 2019
2019 Stanley Cup playoffs: April 29 open thread

2019 Stanley Cup playoffs: April 29 open thread

Here’s your place to discuss all the action. There’s only one game on the schedule with the Blues visiting the Stars at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The Stars are coming off a 4-2 victory behind two goals from rookie Roope Hintz in Game 2 to even the series. Dallas, who is 2-1 at home, faces a Blues team that is 3-0 on the road in the playoffs. St. Louis won three games in the first round at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, one of the more rowdy arenas in the league. The success away from Enterprise Center should come as no surprise given St. Louis had the fourth-best road record...
Defending Big D Apr 29, 2019
Stars Poised To Take Series Lead As Blues Come To Dallas For Game 3

Stars Poised To Take Series Lead As Blues Come To Dallas For Game 3

Everything is all tied up at 1-1 after the games in St. Louis, and the top line is due for some points soon. Is tonight the night for that? The Stars look to take a 2-1 series lead against the St. Louis Blues as Round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs comes to Dallas. The Stars tied up the series Saturday afternoon after a burst of offense from the 4-on-4 and a perfect penalty kill. Tyler Seguin and Alexander Radulov were left off the score sheet in St. Louis, while Roope Hintz and Mats Zuccarello have looked deadly enough. Meanwhile, it looked like the defense made the necessary adjustments...
The Hockey Writers Apr 28, 2019

Stars’ Second Line Shines in Game 2 Win vs. Blues

You’ve probably already heard of Dallas Stars forward Mats Zuccarello. Even if you’re not reading this piece, you still will have heard of linemate Roope Hintz by the time these playoffs are done. Combined with Jason Dickinson, that second line scored seven points in Game 2 against the St. Louis Blues on Saturday, leading to […] The post Stars’ Second Line Shines in Game 2 Win vs. Blues appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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