Dallas Stars Daily Links: Why do stars do things the hard way?

The Dallas Stars started their last wild ride of the regular season in the worst possible way. Jake Oettinger Vancouver Canucks Repellent – Vancouver Canucks! The team put their own post-season trajectory in jeopardy by failing to cement their lead for the first place in the Western Conference.

In other words, a normal Monday. Dallas Morning NewsMatthew de Franks took a look at direct damage and its deficiency in his summary:

“It was very disappointing,” Stars striker Michael Raffel said. “I think it was mostly our puck management and our decisions with the puck in the high-risk areas along the blue lines. They were much better than we were in those areas. That cost us so much for the hockey game tonight.”

But thanks to the Golden Knights’ 3-2 loss to the Devils on Monday night, the Vegas Postseason hopes have taken a massive hit. Vancouver would need to be nearly perfect to bully their way.

However, the Canucks won six games in a row and wrapped up a three-game season by sweeping the stars on Monday night.

But the DeFranks also captured the shining trend of the team’s season in general – their tendency to play or fall, vis-à-vis their opponent:

They have had long periods of winning and continued periods of loss. They beat the good teams and lost to the bad teams. They were horrible and awesome on the road. They are 29-28 in the platform this season, and they have a goal difference – 6.

Make the middle stars their home. Some nights, their game level goes up. Some nights, you get stuck.

Can the stars still get back on the road to the less difficult section of the Pacific? Matt has more. [SportsDayDFW]

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Saad Youssef examines why stars struggle to register the way they need to.

Meanwhile, in the future, Wyatt Johnston is a pretty big deal.

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we will, this is It’s cool: Two Emerald City icons have joined the Seattle Kraken ownership group. [NHL]

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So the NHL teams score a lot and constantly. Do the stars know him…?

Speaking of players who score a lot, is Philip Forsberg really about to go to market?

Greetings from Cedar Scenic Park

The Texas Stars called in reinforcements from the Idaho Steelheads.


Jason Robertson is so healthy that it’s easy to forget he’s 6’3 and hits like a tank. Forget this at your expense.

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