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2017-2018 Season Preview: Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars are coming off another disappointing season. They missed the playoffs for the second time in three seasons and polished off 2016-2017 with a 34-37-11 record. 622 more words


Clare Drake will once again wait to see if he gets into Hockey Hall of Fame

Clare Drake, who’s been a road map for a score of NHL coaches with his coaching foresight, keeps saying his storied life will be just fine, thank you, if he doesn’t get that elusive Hockey Hall of Fame selection. 750 more words

Edmonton Oilers

"Hitch" Introduced As Next Stars Coach

DALLAS (AP) — Ken Hitchcock feels like he is coming home with his return to the Dallas Stars, more than 15 years after they fired the coach who led them to their only Stanley Cup championship. 734 more words


McGuire: Hockey professionals believe Habs have shot at Cup

NHL Insider Pierre McGuire joined the show to preview Game 1 between the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens and to discuss Ken Hitchcock’s hiring in Dallas. 8 more words


AP Source: Stars Bring Back Hitchcock as Coach

Ken Hitchcock is returning to coach the Dallas Stars, a person with direct knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press.

The Stars are expected to announce the hire Thursday, but the person confirmed the move on condition of anonymity Wednesday. 374 more words


Kevin Shattenkirk winds up on NHL's best team in Washington

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong wouldn’t trade captain David Backes or top-six winger Troy Brouwer at the trade deadline last February, even though they were free to walk as free agents in July and did just that with the Blues left holding the bag. 728 more words

Edmonton Oilers

Blues former head coach thanks players, staff, and fans in statement

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- It has been one week since the St. Louis Blues parted with ways with former head coach, Ken Hitchcock. After a 5-3 loss to the Winnipeg Jets on January 31, 2017, Blues President of Hockey Operations Doug Armstrong fired Hitchcock after six seasons. 170 more words

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