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Defending Big D Mar 25, 2017
Dallas Stars Daily Links: Adam Cracknell Hat Trick Lifts Stars to 6-1 Win Over Sharks

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Adam Cracknell Hat Trick Lifts Stars to 6-1 Win Over Sharks

The Stars beat the Sharks last night. Plus, the Avs will play two games in Sweden, and how injuries can derail a season. It was a bit of a wild ride last night, as Adam Cracknell recorded his first career hat trick to help power the Stars past the Sharks to a 6-1 win. Adam Cracknell had one multi-goal game in his career. Tonight, hats. pic.twitter.com/TbDp8AF8mW— NHL (@NHL) March 25, 2017 Cracknell’s three goals obviously meant he had to wear this. pic.twitter.com/h4iRFe584P— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) March 25, 2017 It was also Tyler Seguin’s 500th career NHL...
Defending Big D Mar 22, 2017
Superb Offensive Offseason Highlights Stars’ Precarious Position

Superb Offensive Offseason Highlights Stars’ Precarious Position

Success in the NHL is fleeting, and hard to find. The Stars did superb work reinforcing their forwards in the offseason, but still careened into a ditch. That’s a problem. Let’s be honest, this year’s edition of the Dallas Stars is no threat to crack anyone’s all-time favorite teams bracket. They’ve possessed, almost from day one, a Brunnstromian stink. Over the course of this woe-begotten season they’ve been unable to score, suspect on defense, and susceptible on special teams. The core of the team (obligatory Tyler Seguin exemption) struggled, the fringes (mandatory Adam...
Defending Big D Mar 21, 2017
Dallas Stars Daily Links: 1-0 Shutout of Sharks Shows the Stars Still Have Something to Prove

Dallas Stars Daily Links: 1-0 Shutout of Sharks Shows the Stars Still Have Something to Prove

Playoffs or not, there’s work to do. Plus, Tyler Seguin’s community service, and The Rappelling Dog in AAC. The Dallas Stars avenged last week’s 5-1 road loss to the San Jose Sharks with all deliberate speed, as it were: shutting down the Sharks’ offense and staying sharp in their own end to win 1-0 in the first of two games in the AAC this week. Stars fans may have asked themselves where this performance came from, and why it showed up now. Well, hey, so did Mike Heika of The Dallas Morning News: It was an intriguing performance for the 29-33-10 Stars, who'd allowed 22 goals in...
Rotoworld Mar 17, 2017

Tyler Seguin nets GWG Thursday vs. VAN - Tyler Seguin (C) Dallas Stars

Tyler Seguin got his 24th goal of the year Thursday in a 4-2 win over Vancouver.
Taylor or Tyler? This year it's neither

Taylor or Tyler? This year it's neither

Taylor Hall and Tyler Seguin having down years on struggling teams The debate that raged in Edmonton and a few other spots in hockey-mad regions of the world in 2010 comes to a disappointing conclusion at least for this season: Taylor or Tyler? This year, it’s neither. The two players are linked not only because […]
Defending Big D Mar 15, 2017
Game 69 Afterwords: Stars Enter Seventh Circle of Inferno during Violent Embarrassment in Edmonton

Game 69 Afterwords: Stars Enter Seventh Circle of Inferno during Violent Embarrassment in Edmonton

That wasn’t very Nice at all. Tyler Seguin might have had the quote of the season after this one: "I thought we hit rock bottom last game, but we got deeper tonight.” Rock bottom, of course, is a term used often in addiction circles, where the sufferer finally has an experience that causes her or him to see themselves at their worst and make a step towards change. The Stars, however, tried to dig their way out. They got pretty deep. "That might be the worst game I've coached as a Dallas Star," said coach Lindy Ruff. "We need a lot more from the leaders of our team." Still, cheer up!...
FOX Sports Mar 15, 2017
Tyler Seguin talks tough loss to Oilers

Tyler Seguin talks tough loss to Oilers

Tyler Seguin shares his thoughts on the missed opportunities in the tough Dallas Stars loss against Edmonton.
Defending Big D Mar 14, 2017
Dallas Stars Daily Links: “A Lot at Stake” For Players Who Want to Finish Strong

Dallas Stars Daily Links: “A Lot at Stake” For Players Who Want to Finish Strong

The rational reasons why players won’t tank. Plus, the Flames’ historic winning streak, and Tyler Seguin’s off-ice altruism. However you feel about #TeamTank, it’s not difficult to understand the rational reasons why some Dallas Stars fans would prefer the team to coast during the last games of this star-crossed 2016-17 season. Hopefully, #TeamTank understands the rational reasons why the players want to fight all the way to the end. The Stars held a mid-ice meeting during practice yesterday to discuss how they want to finish up: "It's very important," said Jason Spezza, one of the...
Defending Big D Mar 13, 2017
Shooting Stars: How to Read Rebounds for Dallas’ Big Guns

Shooting Stars: How to Read Rebounds for Dallas’ Big Guns

30 Games into the season, three of Dallas’ top four players were struggling. With 14 games left I revisit that list to see who has improved. Way back in December, you know, back when the season was only slipping away and hadn’t all the way slipped, I took a look at four of the team’s most critical players: Jason Spezza, Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and John Klingberg. At the time, three of four were mired in nasty early-season struggles. No, the overall on-ice product hasn’t improved, but what about our big guns? Feel free to take a glance at the original article, or just refer to the...
Litter Box Cats Mar 5, 2017
Offense stalls again in Panthers 2-1 loss to Stars

Offense stalls again in Panthers 2-1 loss to Stars

John Klingberg scores late to dim Cats’ playoff chances The Florida Panthers inability to score in the second and/or third period continued to plague the club in a 2-1 loss to the Dallas Stars Saturday night at the BB&T Center. Florida latest defeat on home ice left them stranded two points behind the New York Islanders for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, with the Isles having played one fewer game. Dallas jumped out to an early lead when Tyler Seguin’s quick crossing pass left James Reimer out of position and Jamie Benn able to tap the puck into a gaping net. Jason...
Litter Box Cats Mar 5, 2017
Offense stalls again in Panthers 2-1 loss to Stars

Offense stalls again in Panthers 2-1 loss to Stars

John Klingberg scores late to dim Cats’ playoff chances The Florida Panthers inability to score in the second and/or third period continued to plague the club in a 2-1 loss to the Dallas Stars Saturday night at the BB&T Center. Florida latest defeat on home ice left them stranded two points behind the New York Islanders for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, with the Isles having played one fewer game. Dallas jumped out to an early lead when Tyler Seguin’s quick crossing pass left James Reimer out of position and Jamie Benn able to tap the puck into a gaping net. Jason...
Defending Big D Feb 26, 2017
Game 62 Afterwords: Stars Get Dropkicked by Murphy’s Law

Game 62 Afterwords: Stars Get Dropkicked by Murphy’s Law

Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron are pretty good. The Stars are not. When anything that can go wrong goes wrong, you can either develop a martyr complex or just shake your head. Today, the Stars chose the latter. They surrendered five even-strength goals, couldn’t generate consistent scoring chances, and decided to give up an ugly goal on the PK to boot. It is nice to know some things don’t change, right away. Stars/Bruins has been a fun bill for a while, if not always for positive reasons. From the debacle with Ott and S*** A**** to the Tyler Seguin hat trick, there’s always been...
CSN New England Feb 26, 2017

Talking points: Patrice Bergeron is best player on ice in Bruins' win

Here are the talking points from the Boston Bruins' 6-3 win over the Dallas Stars where Patrice Bergeron scored two goals.
CSN New England Feb 26, 2017

Talking points: Patrice Bergeron is best player on ice in Bruins win

Here are the talking points from the Boston Bruins 6-3 win over the Dallas Stars where Patrice Bergeron scored two goals.
CSN New England Feb 26, 2017

Patrice Bergeron scores 2, Bruins beat Stars, 6-3, to end winning trip

Patrice Bergeron had two goals and an assist as the Boston Bruins beat the Dallas Stars 6-3 Sunday, improving to 6-1 under interim coach Bruce Cassidy.

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