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  1. Monday morning tidbits

    Mark Stepneski

    *Tickets for the Dallas Stars intrasquad game in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island went on sale today. The Stars are holding training camp in Prince Edward Island again. That was revealed back in March, but Stars assistant Frank Provenzano was in C...

    Blog | May 30, 2011
  2. Stars' forward depth paying dividends

    Mark Stepneski

    The Dallas Stars are on an eight-game points streak and they are on a streak within that streak. They are on an eight-game streak of scoring three goals or more, totaling 27 goals for an average of 3.4 per game. The offensive run has coincided wit...

    Blog | March 13, 2011
  3. Saturday tidbits: Brad Richards and the C-word

    Mark Stepneski

    The Stars have been not said much about the specifics of the injury keeping Brad Richards out of action, leaving people to speculate about what it might be. But coach Marc Crawford finally used the C-word (concussion-like symptoms) when referring to ...

    Blog | February 19, 2011
  4. SuperSkills notes

    Mark Stepneski

    Team Staal beat Team Lidstrom 33-22 in the NHL SuperSkills competition Saturday night. A few notes on how Brad Richards and Loui Eriksson fared. Eriksson finished third in the Breakaway Challenge, which is geared towards creativity on a breakaw...

    Blog | January 29, 2011
  5. Jamie Benn has concussion-like symptoms

    Mark Stepneski

    Stars forward Jamie Benn, who left Saturday's game after a hard hit from New York Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski, did not practice Monday. Stars coach Marc Crawford said Benn is being held out with concussion-like symptoms. How long he might ...

    Blog | October 11, 2010
  6. Postgame thoughts/observations

    Mark Stepneski

    Some thoughts and observations from the Dallas Stars 5-4 shootout win over at the New York Islanders Saturday night. It wasn't pretty and the Stars were on their heels at the end, but they found a way to get the two points. Through the first two ...

    Blog | October 09, 2010