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 championship game — the Columbus Blue Jackets and Chicago Blackhawks — each had multiple first-round picks and big-name prospects on their roster.
So how did the Stars individual players perform during the four-game tournament?
(Note: Grades are on different scales for each player. A top-prospect and higher draft pick is graded more harshly and has higher expectations than an AHL-contracted player or free agent invite).
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