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Rynnas or Campbell? Texas Stars have a difficult decision to make for Game 1

CEDAR PARK — Texas Stars coach Derek Laxdal is in an admirable and difficult position entering the playoffs.

He has two goalies “up and running,” but only one can be the Game 1 starter when Texas hosts the Rockford IceHogs on Friday night. 621 more words


Campbells helping Stars, Port Huron Little League

While his dad’s company has been in a giving mood in the past month, Jack Campbell has been at his stingiest.

The Port Huron native and goaltender for the Texas Stars closed the regular season strong for the American Hockey League club, which will start the postseason in the coming week. 403 more words


Texas Stars Mailbag: Thoughts on goalies present and future

Welcome to another edition of the Texas Stars mailbag.

If you have questions about the team, a certain player, or anything else that comes to mind send them my way. 557 more words


Jussi Rynnas' 32-save gem, wacky goal help Texas Stars to 3-2 victory

SAN ANTONIO – Bounces finally went the Texas Stars way in a 3-2 win against the San Antonio Rampage in the AT&T Center.

Midway through the second period Kevin Henderson fired a hard shot at the San Antonio net. 369 more words


Ruff on Lehtonen: 'We need him to be better. There is no masquerading that point'

After Dallas Morning-News columnist Tim Cowlishaw took Kari Lehtonen to task over his inconsistent play, Stars’ head coach Lindy Ruff agreed his No.1 goaltender needs to be better moving forward. 367 more words

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Lindback assigned to Texas Stars for conditioning, Rynnas recalled to Dallas

Anders Linback was assigned to the Texas Stars on a conditioning stint this morning, while Jussi Rynnas is headed to Dallas.

It’s a move to get Lindback some playing time after he hasn’t played since Jan. 167 more words


Texas Stars blank Charlotte on big night for Derek Hulak

CEDAR PARK — Derek Hulak made a pair of statements in the Texas Stars’ 4-0 win over the Charlotte Checkers on Saturday at Cedar Park Center. 471 more words