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Dallas Stars Prospect Watching Schedule For 10/12-10/17

The Stars don't start tomorrow like we'd hoped, but they have scores of prospects in action across the world.

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** We have a college game with a Stars prospect on television this weekend as NBC Sports Network is slated to cover Maine vs Notre Dame tonight at 6:00pm CST, meaning you can watch Devin Shore if you set your DVR tonight. **

The Stars selected Shore this summer with their fourth pick, being the last of three second round picks Joe Nieuwendyk had. If Maine wins Friday night they'll be featured again in the final of this "Ice Breaker Tournament" on NBC Sports Network Saturday at 6:30pm CST. It's just Shore's second game of the season.

It's a poor substitute for watching the Stars open the season in Phoenix Saturday, as had been the plan, but at this point beggars cannot be choosers. So go Devin Shore.

Here's the rest of the schedule...

THU 10/11
FRI 10/12
SAT 10/13
SUN 10/14
MON 10/15
TUE 10/16
WED 10/17
Team AHL
Texas Stars et all TX Stars

@San Antonio Charlotte

Radek Faksa Kitchener - OHL
@ Kingston
@ Ottawa
Brett Ritchie Niagara - OHL

@ Sarnia
@ Windsor
Gemel Smith Owen Sound - OHL

@ Peterborough
Matej Stransky Saskatoon - WHL @ Kootenay @ Lethbridge @ Medicine Hat Tri-City
Branden Troock Seattle - WHL @ Vancouver
Mike Winther Prince Albert - WHL
Portland @ Moose Jaw
Troy Vance Victoriaville - QMJHL

@ Blainville- Boisbriand
Alex Guptill Michigan
Rochester IT
Curtis McKenzie Miami (OH)
Colgate Colgate
Devin Shore Maine
Notre Dame** Army/Nebraska-Omaha
Scott Winkler Colorado College
Clarkson Clarkson
Dmitry Sinitsyn Umass-Lowell Vermont

(I'll be in Cedar Park Sunday night to take in Texas Stars opening night against Charlotte. Email me if you want to meet up for a second.)

To recap/restate watching options and pricing....

Your options for streaming live video of Dallas Stars prospects this (non) season currently look like this...

  • In the WHL (Stransky, Troock, Winther) they offer a $199.99 team pass for the entire season, or $6.95 per game. We like to wait until one prospect is playing another to spend the cash. [WHL]
  • In the OHL (Faksa, Ritchie, Smith) prices are comparable. It's currently $179.99 for the team pass and $6.99 for single games. [LINK]
  • In the Q (Troy Vance) it's a little cheaper, as they sell a team pass for $149.95 on the season, and a comparable $6.95 for single games. It's just Vance, though, and he's very young still. [LINK]

And then there is the AHL, where the majority of our focus will be placed during the lockout. Sugar coating this is not easy so I won't attempt it here: The AHL Live subscriptions are not cheap, but they do present you with options. [LINK]

  • You can purchase the ALL ACCESS package and watch every team, every game for $349.99. Which is ridiculous. Even Brandon and I, the hardest of the hardcore prospect watchers, will probably not be purchasing this options.
  • You can buy individual games for about $7 each, which, depending on how many you plan on watching, really might be the best way to go.
  • You can get all of the TX Stars away games for $99.99, which might make sense if you're a season ticket holder in Cedar Park.
  • Or you can get all Texas Stars games for $149.99. Steep, but this is the way we'll probably go here on the site. Chiasson, Oleksiak, Campbell, Smith, Smith, Dillon, Nemeth, Vincour, Fraser,'s just too juicy not to. If you can get your wife to sign off, that is. (We recommend splitting the cost with like minded hockey nerds, as we'll be doing)