STARS SYSTEM UPDATE: Riley Tufte and Rhett Gardner headed to NCAA tournament

With the NCAA field set, the Stars will be represented in the annual 16-team playoff by prospects Riley Tufte (Minnesota Duluth) and Rhett Gardner (North Dakota). In 37 games, Gardner has seven goals and 13 assists for a North Dakota team that has largely underperformed after bringing home the hardware in 2015-16 but seems to […]

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STARS MAILBAG: Story time, Bayreuther, free agents, and I’m writing a book

I wanted to start today’s mailbag with a Story that loosely relates to the Dallas Stars. I had a good phone conversation on Thursday morning with John Marks, who coached the newest Dallas Stars defensive prospect Gavin Bayreuther when he played for the Fargo Force in the USHL. Marks had some good stories about Bayreuther, […]

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Coaching connection, face-to-face pitch helped Dallas Stars sign Gavin Bayreuther

The Dallas Stars made all the right moves when it came to recruiting college free agent defenseman Gavin Bayreuther. Bayreuther was one of the more-highly sought college free agents after a four-year career at St. Lawrence. He 111 points in 142 college games and earned All-America status, drawing attention from a handful of NHL teams […]

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Prospect Notes: Dickinson still working way back from hip surgery; it’s time to call up Honka

CEDAR PARK, Texas — The Dallas Stars are used to dealing with hip injuries. The Stars have had a laundry list of players undergo surgery on their hips including Jamie Benn, John Klingberg, and Ales Hemsky. Curtis McKenzie also had hip problems during the 2015-16 season but never had surgery. It’s a difficult injury and […]

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STARS MAILBAG: Jumping for goals, how to look at the trade deadline, and much more

I want to start today’s mailbag with a quick video breakdown. Last night Radek Faksa a goal in the second period after completing one of the most unique zone entries I’ve ever seen. If you missed, it here is the play: Faksa goal pic.twitter.com/aNuV14DOkM — steph (@myregularface) March 3, 2017 First Faksa sees the check […]

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Denis Gurianov keeping open mind while adjusting to life on and off the ice in Texas

CEDAR PARK, Texas — Denis Gurianov left the 2017 World Junior Championship with a bronze medal and 30 hats. The Dallas Stars prospect earned the medal with Team Russia after he scored the game-winning goal in overtime against Sweden in the Bronze Medal Game. The 30 hats were gifts, one for each of his Texas […]

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