McKenzie and Dickinson score, but Texas Stars fall in shootout

The Texas Stars were the better team through four periods, but it wasn’t enough thanks to San Antonio’s goaltending in a 3-2 loss. Texas got on board early when Denis Gurianov rushed the crease, tipping it backwards to find an open Curtis McKenzie to beat Spencer Martin. San Antonio, in typical Rampage fashion, responded just […]

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Hintz and McKenzie score as Texas Stars remain undefeated with 3-1 win in San Diego

The Texas Stars opened their back-to-back against the San Diego Gulls with a 3-1 win to remain undefeated. Texas had been riding high on high octane offense heading into Friday’s tilt, racking up 12 goals through two games. As has been the team’s habit, Texas got on board early. Roope Hintz was open in the […]

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Wrong Side of the Red Line Podcast: Why is this slow start different than last season?

Dallas Stars radio host Owen Newkirk joined me Friday morning as a guest co-host on the podcast to discuss the 1-3 start to the Stars season. Is that cause for concern? Should fans panic? Not yet. While Stars don’t have the desired wins, both Owen and I see signs of encouragement and have taken cautious […]

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Wrong Side of the Red Line Podcast: Dallas Stars Season Preview

The Dallas Stars open their 2017-18 season against the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday. Earlier this week Ryan Satkowiak and I sat down to record our season preview edition of the podcast. Topics covered include a player-by-player breakdown, predicting the Central Division, how the Stars will handled Julius Honka, and we take a moment to […]

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Grading out the Stars individual performances from Traverse City

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — The Dallas Stars prospects posted a 1-2-1 record and finished seventh in the NHL Prospects Tournament here in Northern Michigan. While the win-loss results aren’t attractive, it was a younger team at the tournament and consisted heavily of AHL-contracted players and free agent invites. By comparison, the teams playing in the […]

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Gurianov’s natural hat trick leads Stars prospects to 4-1 win against Rangers

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Denis Gurianov had a natural hat trick and the Dallas Stars prospects closed out the NHL Prospect Tournament with a 4-1 win against the New York Rangers in the seventh-place game. Gurianov had a rough and inconsistent start to the tournament but turned up his play in the final two games […]

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Q&A: Jim Bedard discusses new role as Stars director of goalie development

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Back in May the Dallas Stars hired Jim Bedard as their new new Director of Goalie Development. Bedard spent the majority of his career as the Detroit Red Wings goalie coach. He left Detroit after the 2015-16 season and spent last season as the goalie coach for the OHL’s Windsor Spitfires, […]

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