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Catching Up with the Dallas Stars Prospects

Hockey's Future has a great article that details the progress of all of the junior prospects for the Dallas Stars. Here is what they have to say about Tomas Vincour, 5th round pick for the Stars in the 2009 draft:

Steady improvement is the best way to describe Tomas Vincour’s development since being the No. 1 selection in the CHL Import Draft in 2007. After being selected in the fifth round by Dallas, Vincour has a chance to really elevate his stock with a big year in Edmonton this season. Already with 10 goals and 17 points through 19 games, the Czech-born winger is tied for first on his club in goals and is ranked second in points.

Vincour plays a power forward game but his skating needs some improvement. Once he builds up the inertia he can move at a pretty good clip – but his agility and quickness are certainly lacking. He possesses very good offensive instincts and a quality shot, which will allow him to thrive at the junior level.

Head on over to HF to read progress reports on Scott Glennie, Tristan King, Hubert Labrie, Tyler Beskorowany and Matt Tassone, who is out for the season after shoulder surgery.

Andrew's Dallas Stars Page also has their weekly report up on the Texas Stars, who are being led by Brent Krahn to the best record in the AHL:

Both wins during the week - 4-0 at Rockford on Friday and 2-0 at Sunday - came with Brent Krahn in goal.

Krahn, who has won eight games in a row and is 8-1-0 on the season, stopped 32 shots in the win over Rockford and 44 in the victory at San Antonio.

Saturday's 4-3 overtime loss to Chicago at Cedar Park Center marked the first sellout in team history with 6,863 fans on hand.

The Stars are 12-2-2 on the season and lead the AHL in points.