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Former Texas Star Toby Petersen adjusts to life behind bench

Toby Petersen realizes he doesn’t fit the mold of the typical assistant coach in the American Hockey League.

At 36, the former Texas Stars center is one of the younger coaches in the league, and unlike many of his colleagues, Petersen didn’t work his way up from the ECHL or junior hockey. 389 more words


Injuries may test Texas Stars depth in Game 6

The Texas Stars depth may be tested when they return home for a potential series-clinching Game 6 on Sunday.

Justin Dowling and Jack Campbell both left during Game 5 and didn’t return on Friday, joining Brett Ritchie and Toby Peteresen on the unofficial injured reserve. 212 more words


Petersen out for 6 to 8 weeks, Stars rest up for OKC

Toby Petersen will be out six to eight weeks after undergoing surgery for a sports hernia this week.

While Petersen was out, the Stars did get healthier overall. 168 more words


Texas Stars recall Brock Montgomery and Russ Sinkewich from ECHL

Apparently the Texas Stars are more banged up than coach Willie Desjardins said last night and the team recalled has Brock Montgomery and Russ Sinkewich from the ECHL. 318 more words


McKenzie and Petersen banged up in win against Grand Rapids

Curtis McKenzie and Toby Petersen both suffered injuries in the 6-4 win against the Grand Rapids Griffins on Friday.

Petersen initially suffered an apparent lower-body injury in the first period and missed a couple shifts in the locker room. 251 more words


Desjardins doesn't have vet rule scratches finalized, Sinkewich sent down for playing time

Texas Stars coach Willie Desjaradins said he hasn’t finalized a plan for veteran scratches yet.

With Toby Petersen back from injury, the Stars have eight healthy players on the roster that qualify as veterans. 179 more words


Swedes Nemeth and Nilstorp could return to Texas lineup against OKC

The Texas Stars should have its pair of Swedish players back in the lineup Wednesday when the Oklahoma City Barons visit the Cedar Park Center. 315 more words