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Defending Big D Jun 17, 2019
Free Agent Profile: Matt Duchene

Free Agent Profile: Matt Duchene

One of the top prizes on the soon-to-be-UFA market comes with some warning lights. Matt Duchene is absolutely one of the best players headed to free agency — if he gets there. In the interest of full disclosure, we should note up front that Darren Dreger reported last week that Duchene has apparently discussed a potential extension with Columbus, though nothing appears imminent. In fact, Dreger also said a couple days ago that, well, Duchene will soon be making Tyler Seguin levels of money, wherever that may be: Dreger on Leafs Lunch: “Matt Duchene is going to get paid over $9M a...
SportsDay Jun 8, 2019
Breaking down the comparable contracts and other factors for Mats Zuccarello's next deal

Breaking down the comparable contracts and other factors for Mats Zuccarello's next deal

Mats Zuccarello fit with the Stars. After he was traded from the Rangers to Dallas at the trade deadline for a pair of conditional draft picks, Zuccarello instantly developed chemistry and conjured creativity in the team's top six.Almost four months later, he still fits with the Stars. His playmaking ability added another dimension to the Stars offense both at even-strength and on the power play, and could again be the piece the team adds to deepen their top six behind Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn, Alexander Radulov and Roope Hintz.There's just the pesky contract he now has to sign.Zuccarello...
Defending Big D May 27, 2019
Dallas Stars End-of-Season Grades: The Top Six

Dallas Stars End-of-Season Grades: The Top Six

At one point a glaring weakness, the Stars’ top-six forward group finally came together by season’s end. It’s hard to evaluate the Dallas Stars’ top six forwards for the 2018-19 season. In reality, the “top six” can be divided into three distinct groups — the top line trio of Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and Alexander Radulov; the second line in the postseason consisting of Jason Dickinson, Roope Hintz, and Mats Zuccarello; and the revolving cast of characters that made up the second line throughout the regular season. We’ll start with the constants, which is the 14-91-47 trio....
The Hockey Writers May 24, 2019

Stars’ Pattern of Frustrating 1st-Round Picks

The Dallas Stars are once again considered a contender thanks in large part to superstars Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn and Ben Bishop. However, it will be organizational depth that will determine how far the club goes in coming seasons. Second and third-round picks such as Roope Hintz and Esa Lindell have filled important roles, but […] The post Stars’ Pattern of Frustrating 1st-Round Picks appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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