DALLAS — They got off to a bad start, Ken Hitchcock and Lindy Ruff, opposing coaches in the 1999 Stanley Cup final; two guys left to rationalize the chaotic ending to one of the Cup’s great trench wars. 912 more words
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Items that may grow up to be columns, Vol. XVIII, Chapter 9:
The last Original Six team left standing, the Chicago Blackhawks, stands no more. So that’s every Canadian club and every one of the old guard gone now. 799 more words
Tim & Tony convince you to hop on the Stars bandwagon, sing the praises of JJ Barea and try to figure out just when anybody… 34 more words
FRISCO — The Dallas Stars hit the ice for their first playoff practice and fans in attendance got to see a sight for sore eyes: Tyler Seguin back on the ice for the first time since his devastating Achilles heel injury on March 17th. 154 more words
DALLAS — After 81 games, the stakes couldn’t be much higher in the Dallas Stars final regular season face-off at the AAC.
The Stars are skating into the playoffs, but tonight’s game against the Nashville Predators will determine just how big an advantage the boys in Victory Green will have on their journey to the Stanley Cup. 295 more words