After trading Jack Campbell to the Kings, the Stars are relying on three young goalie prospects to step up and prove themselves. Mike Heika takes a look at Philippe Desrosiers, Maxime Lagace, and Landon Bow and what to expect from the goalies going forward.
"Any time you have three young guys pushing each other, it's a good thing," said Mike Valley, Stars director of goaltending development. "We need someone to step up and become our third guy in line."
For his part, Desrosiers said he's ready to take his game to the next level and prove himself in the AHL.
Desrosiers had a 2.34 GAA and .913 save percentage in Idaho. He said he's ready to battle for more playing time in the AHL.
"You have to be ready every day. You have to work hard," Desrosiers said. "Like [Stars GM] Jim Nill said, 'You have to be an everyday player.' You have to put the work in. ... I want to be ready and prove I'm the guy."
For more on the goalie battle in Cedar Park, head to the link. [SportsDayDFW]
The Stars Development Camp is well underway in Frisco. You can catch up on everything you missed from Day 1 on Tuesday at the link. (And here's the rest of the schedule for the week.) [Stars Inside Edge]
Mark Stepneski has more on Philippe Desrosiers and the Stars' other goalie prospects—including Markus Ruusu. [Stars Inside Edge]
During Day 2 yesterday, Coach Pevs doled out some advice to first-round pick Riley Tufte.
First round pick Riley Tufte gets instruction from Rich Peverley at development camp. pic.twitter.com/gRTtBX4ImF— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) July 6, 2016
You can take a look at what happened during yesterday's activities thanks to Dylan Nadwodny.
If you're in the mood for moving pictures, Mark Stepneski's got you covered. (Check out his Twitter feed for more video and for updates via Periscope.)
Vancouver's gonna miss Dan Hamhuis for a lot of reasons, says The Province's Jason Botchford. [The Province]
Here's your shot to play GM. What's the best starting lineup you can come up with?
Build your best starting lineup for the 2016-2017 NHL Season: pic.twitter.com/EMg09cLRXo— DTM About Heart (@DTMAboutHeart) July 6, 2016
After suffering years of abuse, former NHLer Theo Fleury is embracing life as a country music singer and using his platform to spread awareness. [Sports Illustrated]
Adjusting to life in the NHL is hard for any young player. A language barrier can make that process even more difficult. [Washington Post]
And finally, Riley Tufte took his turn in front of the cameras yesterday.
2016 first-round draft pick Riley Tufte meets with the Dallas media for the first time after Day 2 of camp. pic.twitter.com/OavseTYBwi— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) July 6, 2016