Yesterday morning the Dallas Stars announced their broadcast schedule for the 2019-20 NHL season. Seventy-six of the team's regular season games will be broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest, with the remaining six scheduled to air on NBC or NBC Sports. In addition, both preseason games against the Minnesota Wild will be televised — the September 17 match will be aired on FSSW+, and the September 26 game will be on FSSW. You can view the entire regular season schedule here. Stars Stories Derek kind of did this already, but here's a look at the future in Dallas: I'm having a hard time on deciding which of these Esa Lindell goals is better... Huh. Well that's pretty cool: League Links ICYMI, former
Editor's note: This story was originally published in February 2019. We're bringing it back as we look ahead to the 2019-2020 Dallas Stars season. It's about 15 hours after the Dallas Stars snapped the NHL's longest active winning streak, and Taylor Fedun grabs a light green-encased iPad and a seat in the four-row media room in the Stars' practice facility in Frisco. The defenseman helped the Stars beat the Blues the night before, a 5-2 win on Thursday night that ended St. Louis' 11-game winning streak, and a game in which he played 14:48 and in all situations. It was part of an unexpected season for Fedun in Dallas after he started the season with Buffalo's AHL affiliate in Rochester before
Editor's note. This story was originally published on Nov. 15, 2018. TORONTO -- Tucked away in the north end of a high school rink in Toronto, 5 miles removed from the Scotiabank Arena and in relative anonymity in the suburbs, is the starting point for one of Tyler Seguin's longest relationships in hockey. A pair of doors located beyond the goal at St. Michael's College School leads to an unimpressive but integral setup for Seguin each summer. They reveal a small weight room, painted red on the bottom half of the walls, white on the top half and connected by a metal ceiling that looks more like hurricane shutters than they do a training facility for top NHL players. The six hanging lights are
After a career-high 41-goal season in 2001-02 with the Boston Bruins, the Stars signed Guerin to a five-year contract. Guerin struggled in his first year in Dallas despite the team having success under first-year coach Dave Tippett en route to a 111-point season which earned them the President's Trophy. In Guerin's second season, he put up a career-high 69 points followed by a 40-point year in 2005-06. After the 2005-06 season, the Stars bought out the final season of Guerin's contract. Guerin played the next season with the St. Louis Blues, where he was named a Western Conference All-Star. Guerin is the third player who has previously suited up for the Stars to join the Wild this offseason,
Mark Pavelich was ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation after assaulting his neighbour, who he accused of "spiking his beer."
There's more than one former Anaheim Ducks forward who's looking for a bounceback season with the Dallas Stars in 2019-20. Andrew Cogliano is used to producing 30 or more points per season, and odds are that no one expects more from him than he does from himself. Stars senior staff writer Mike Heika says that Cogliano's basic specs – “small, but strong and a heck of a skater” – make him a good fit for the Stars' blueprint. Where he will fit into it depends on whether he can return to his career form: The former first-round pick for Edmonton has been a model of consistency in Anaheim, producing 30-plus points four times in a span of five seasons (he had 29 in the other). But he had a big dropoff
Editor's note: This story originally published at on Jan. 24, 2019. On a fall Thursday morning in Boise, Idaho, in the unblemished shine of a new season, the shadow of past failings and the promise of a new savior, Miro Heiskanen arrived. He was the teenager from Finland too prized to part with in trade negotiations, whose adolescence radiated through his boyish face and soft-spoken voice. Heiskanen was the 19-year-old present the Stars were waiting to unwrap, to see if his skills could translate to the NHL and if he could become the next great Dallas defenseman. He unfurled his skillset quickly and easily during training camp in Boise: the poise, the hockey sense and, of course, the skating.
DENVER — The Colorado Avalanche agreed to a one-year deal with forward Valeri Nichushkin. The 24-year-old had 10 assists and no goals in 57 games last season with the Dallas Stars. He has 23 goals and 51 assists in 223 career games while in Dallas. Nichushkin was brought in by the Avalanche to add "experience to our team," general manager Joe Sakic said Monday. Nichushkin was the 10th overall pick by the Stars in 2013. A native of Chelyabinsk, Russia, the 6-foot-4, 210-pound Nichushkin also suited up for 104 KHL games with Traktor Chelyabinsk and CSKA Moscow, where he accumulated 31 goals and 26 assists. More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press