Uptown Sports is pleased to announce that Mattias Janmark has been signed to a 2-year contract with the Dallas Stars. pic.twitter.com/tpTx2vHjRz
Dallas Morning News "Stars play-by-play man Ralph Strangis has decided to leave the Stars and pursue new challenges, he said Thursday afternoon. “It’s my decision, and it comes at a time when I’m able to look at new opportunities and new challenges, and I just feel now is the time to do that,” Strangis said. “My..." April 23
#Stars' F Valeri Nichushkin will join team Russia tomorrow. 5 NHLers for Russia so far: Val, Bobrovsky, Anisimov, Kulikov & Khudobin
Dallas Morning News "The Stars have agreed to terms on a seven-year contract extension with defenseman John Klingberg that will average $4.2 million, $4.25 million, according to a source. The Stars could announce the deal as soon as today. Klingberg, 22, led all NHL rookie defensemen in scoring this season with..." April 18
Stars captain Jamie Benn needs hip surgery. Played through it most of the year. And won scoring title. Pretty impressive.
Sounds like Jamie Benn is out for World Championships. Tyler Ennis is in.
Fox Sports Southwest "Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn delivered his second career hat trick and added an assist for good measure, giving him an NHL-leading 87 points for the season, winning him the Art Ross Trophy as the Stars beat the Nashville Predators 4-1 before a sellout crowd at American Airlines Center on..." April 12
NHL.com "Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin will not play Saturday after being late to practice Friday, coach Lindy Ruff said, according to the team. The Stars, who have already been eliminated from playoff contention, play their regular-season finale against the Nashville Predators. The Predators have..." April 12
Defending Big D "It's game 81 of 82, the last road game of the Dallas Stars' playoff-less season. It just so happened to be on NBCSN tonight. Ah, NBCSN. I have a love-hate relationship with you. I love that you show hockey to mainstreamers that don't bother to check their local sports networks for their hockey..." April 09
Lindy Ruff just said both Nemeth and Nichushkin will play tonight. Nichushkin could should get power play time too.
Dallas Morning News "The Stars stretched out their dance of musical chairs as long as possible, but the music stopped Monday night. Somewhere during the first period of a 5-1 Dallas win over the San Jose Sharks, the Winnipeg Jets beat the Minnesota Wild, 2-0, and moved to 94 points in the standings. Since the Stars..." April 07
Sportsnet.ca "Proposed legislation in Russia could prevent a number of hockey superstars from ever competing at the Olympics again. According to the Associated Press, “Russian parliament will consider barring athletes from competing in more than two Olympics.” The bill, which was put forward by lawmaker..." April 07
Deadspin.com "Toronto’s former crack-smokin’, councilwoman-knockin’ mayor Rob Ford has been appointed to the Hockey Hall of Fame’s board of directors, according to the Canadian Press. Ford, who smoked crack while he was mayor, was elected to the board on March 25. A museum spokesman said Ford won’t be on the..." April 05
Dallas Morning News "One of the many “what ifs” of the Stars’ 2014-15 season is this: What would have happened if Valeri Nichushkin did not require hip surgery? While it’s almost too late to matter, the Stars should get a glimpse of what the 20-year-old Russian winger could have meant to their lineup when..." April 03
Calgary Herald "Earlier in the day, Jiri Hudler was uninterested in giving any attention to the fact he was playing in his 600th career National Hockey League game. Hardly surprising. Rarely does the enigmatic right-winger get in front of cameras and microphones. But on the ice? Look at Monday’s 5-3 victory..." March 31
Dallas Morning News "Jamie Benn was able to walk into the dressing room. Therefore, the Dallas Stars captain was playing. And it wasn’t up for debate. “I’ll be in there,” Benn said prior to Wednesday’s 4-3 shootout victory over the Flames in Calgary. “I didn’t want to miss this one. “There were a lot of..." March 26
Sporting News "A federal judge in Minnesota has rejected the NHL's motion to dismiss a concussion lawsuit brought on by retired players, the New York Times reported . The plaintiffs accused the league of failing to inform them of health risks caused by concussions as a result of repeated head trauma and are..." March 26
TSN.ca "NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman should be forced to be deposed about matters relating to the NHL concussions lawsuit within the next three months, lawyers for a group of former players wrote in a legal filing. Lawyers for the former players wrote to the NHL on February 23 asking to set up a time..." March 26
CBSSports.com "The NHL's bid to have a lawsuit brought against the league by former players regarding concussions dismissed took a hit Wednesday. A judge in U.S. district court in Minnesota has denied the NHL's motion to dismiss litigation brought against the league by former players regarding concussions...." March 25
Jamie Benn will play tonight, according to Lindy Ruff.
Dallas Morning News "Sitting on the precipice of certain disaster, the Stars somehow fought back to beat the Buffalo Sabres, 4-3, Monday night to keep alive some very slim playoff hopes. A victory against the worst team in the NHL is hardly reason for celebration, but with Winnipeg winning and staying eight points..." March 24
Defending Big D "A 2014-2015 of misery at the American Airlines Center is seeing a little bit of justice done in the season's waning days. The Dallas Stars defeated the Chicago Blackhawks and their throng of recently faithful Saturday night by the commanding score of 4-0. This on the heels of doing the same to..." March 22
Puck Drunk Love "The NHL is looking to decide the outcomes of more games before they reach a shootout and they believe moving to 3-on-3 hockey in overtime is the way to do it. The AHL recently incorporated 3-on-3 play in overtime and they’ve seen a drastic drop in games decided by the skills competition...." March 18
Pro Hockey Talk "The Dallas Stars are set to ship over another European d-man for the remainder of this season. Per Finnish outlet MTV, the Stars will bring Esa Lindell — their third-round pick (74th overall) at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft — from SM-liiga club Assat over to North America, presumably to join their..." March 16
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Blues coach Ken Hitchcock couldn’t help but notice the developments with his team in less than 24 hours. The club traveled to Dallas for the second night of back-to-back games and looked the part for the first two periods. Still without goal, a troubling trend of late, the Blues scored two and..." March 16
Klingberg out again for Stars.
Dallas Morning News "The Dallas Stars were missing a combined 26 goals from their lineup Thursday night, with defensemen Trevor Daley (16 goals) and John Klingberg (10) out with injuries. But the Stars got a lift from two less regarded backline scorers against the Carolina Hurricanes. Jason Demers and Alex..." March 13
CSN New England "This will hardly come as a shock to anybody that remembers just last week when Claude Julien famously said “they suck” when asked about NHL shootouts, but the Bruins coach is in favor of getting rid of them altogether. Darren Dreger said on NBCSN Wednesday night that the NHL general managers..." March 12
Defending Big D "If you would have told me back in August that the Dallas Stars would see four rookie defensemen on the blueline this late in the season, I probably would have laugh-cried. But that's exactly what the Stars had in their lineup tonight versus the Philadelphia Flyers. With Trevor Daley out because..." March 11
Pro Hockey Talk "Tyler Seguin will play his second game tonight after missing three weeks with a knee injury. In his first game back, Saturday’s 5-4 loss to Tampa Bay, Seguin scored a pair of goals — impressive, especially given where he’s at in terms of recovery. “It’s definitely not anywhere near 100..." March 10
CBSSports.com "On Monday night in Detroit, when the Red Wings host the Edmonton Oilers, Evgeny Romasko will make some history when he becomes the first Russian referee in NHL history when he joins Paul Devorski on the ice at Joe Louis Arena. The 33-year-old Romasko had some assignments earlier this season in..." March 09
Dallas Morning News "Tyler Seguin was back on the ice with his teammates Thursday for the first time since Feb. 13, and that was good for a lot of reasons. One, the center who suffered a knee injury on a hit by Florida’s Dmitry Kulikov that night, is ahead of schedule in trying to come back. Two, one of the..." March 05
Lindy Ruff: Trevor Daley out 2-4 weeks.
Defending Big D "Another dirty hit to a Dallas Stars knee. Another key member of the team lost. History (revisionist, perhaps) will probably remember Kulikov's malicious hit on Tyler Seguin as the moment that sunk the Stars' 2014-2015 already wayward season for good, but a footnote will be what Matt Martin..." March 04
Pro Hockey Talk "Back in October, it looked like Dallas Stars defenseman Patrik Nemeth‘s season would be over after his arm was lacerated. Instead, his remarkable recovery continues in a big way as the team recalled him on Monday. It seemed like the 41st pick of the 2010 NHL Draft would see his development..." March 02
PSD Staff Check back often for all of the latest NHL Trade Deadline rumors, news stories, tweets, images, videos, and anything else we can dig up pertaining to deadline day. March 02
Couple of teams inquiring with Dallas on pending UFA C Shawn Horcoff...
Defending Big D "Word is breaking all across Hockey Twitter right now that Dallas Stars forward Erik Cole and a third round pick have been traded to the Detroit Red Wings for two prospects and a pick." March 02
Dallas Morning News "Defenseman Trevor Daley has set career highs in goals (16) and points (32), and he also is closing in on some franchise records. Daley is two goals shy of tying Darryl Sydor’s franchise record for goals by a defenseman (69). He also is five assists behind Stephane Robidas for eighth on the..." February 28
Waivers today: McMillan (VAN), Erixon (CHI), Schlemko (DAL), Volpatti (WSH), Zepp (PHI). Teams creating flexibility for deadline deals.
Winnipeg Sun "Baby steps. While it would be inaccurate to suggest the Winnipeg Jets are back to the level they want to be, a 4-2 victory over the Dallas Stars snapped a two-game losing skid and provided a temporary reprieve to what has been ailing them. The Jets had been far too loose defensively of late,..." February 25
NESN "The March 2 NHL trade deadline is fast approaching and a lot of general managers around the league will be wary of acquiring players with term on their contract beyond this season because of the uncertainty of next year’s salary cap. The salary cap ceiling for the 2014-15 campaign is $69..." February 25
Dallas Morning News "The Stars had a full practice in Frisco today, with only Ales Hemsky not skating. Hemsky has been battling a lower body issue that has dogged him at times during games. Stars coach Lindy Ruff said Hemsky will need maintenance days. The Stars practice again on Thursday and play Friday against..." February 25
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Six weeks ago, the way this stumbling, bumbling season was heading, even the least cynical and most optimistic fan never could have imagined the Wild would be able to put itself back in the playoff picture. The Wild’s game was a wreck. Its goaltending was in shambles, its confidence was..." February 23
Pro Hockey Talk "Ales Hemsky will return to the Dallas Stars lineup tonight after missing three games with a lower body injury. Hemsky suffered the injury during the first period of the Stars’ 2-0 win over the Florida Panthers on Feb.13. The 31-year-old underwent a procedure on the lower body injury last..." February 21
The Score "The Dallas Stars plan to have forward Ales Hemsky in the lineup when they face the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night. Hemsky is expected to return after missing the last three games with a lower-body injury, according to Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official website." February 20
Defending Big D "Can the Dallas Stars always play the St Louis Blues? These are always such fun games (if you're a Stars fan, anyway). The Stars scored three goals in the first period, an offensive explosion that many didn't expect with half of the normal top six out for the Stars due to injury. With Tyler..." February 18
Florida's Dmitry Kulikov has been suspended for four games for clipping Dallas's Tyler Seguin. Video: http://t.co/yQQNRR7fnt