Darryl "Razor" Reaugh on the Dallas Stars Playoff Chances in 2010-11: "They can get in. They really can."

As he has for every Friday during the past 15 years (there was some debate on this point), Razor joined the Musers to talk hockey on Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket this morning.

Right off the top, Craig Miller asked Razor what he thought of the Stars' playoff chances. It took a little over a minute into his response which totaled two minutes and 29 seconds for Razor to actually answer in the affirmative.

But like his broadcast partner Ralph Strangis said last week on NHL on XM, Razor pointed to the success the Colorado Avalanche had on the back of goaltender Craig Anderson.

The Stars can have the same kind of success, according to Razor.

It's not going to be easy. They're going to be in that, sort of, morass with a bunch of other teams that are like that. But there's a lot of teams with deficiencies and the Stars are one of them.

If [the Stars] can minimize those deficiencies, they can get in.

You can hear this week's appearance in it's entirety over at the Stars official website, which also includes a note about how the Stars forwards are the envy of the Penguins front office brass.

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