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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Bruins Shut Out Stars 2-0

The Stars lost in Boston last night. Plus, Jordie Benn talks about being traded to Montreal, and a look at a recent mock expansion draft.

Dallas Stars v Boston Bruins Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Last night, it was more of the same for the Stars, who have struggled to score on the road all year and were blanked by the Bruins 2-0.

The Stars have scored just six goals in their past five road games and only 27 in their past 16 (1.69 per game). For the season, the Stars are averaging 2.23 goals per game on the road where they are 11-23-5.

"We've had some bad luck scoring, we haven't scored enough, so I think that's the biggest issue," Stars coach Lindy Ruff said of the team's road woes. You know, we scored one in Montreal, we scored one in New Jersey in regulation, and we didn't score tonight, so I think at the end of the night, you know, it comes down to a little bit of the offense."

The team also lost Curtis McKenzie after a high stick to the face caused an eye injury. Lindy Ruff offered an update on McKenzie after the game.

Here’s what Razor had to say about the loss.

And there’s more on the game at the link. [Stars]

Jordie Benn talks about being trading, new opportunity in Montreal, and how Patrick Eaves prompted a warmup photo with Jamie. [ESPN]

Gavin Bayreuther is hoping to make an impact for the Texas Stars. [Hill Country News]

Over at Sportsnet, this expansion draft has Stephen Johns going to Vegas. [Sportsnet]

See what Sean Shapiro has to say about Jordie, Jamie, and Ken Hitchcock.

The NHL is invested in fostering a long-term relationship with China. [TSN]

Erik Karlsson’s consecutive game streak ends at 324. [Puck Daddy]

Eleven-year-old Arianna Dougan, who is currently undergoing treatment for neuroblastoma, has been traveling with the Blues.

Which of Wayne Gretzky’s records could be broken? [The Hockey News]

Canadiens forward Alexander Radulov answers questions on everything from contracts to when he first wanted to be a professional hockey player. [Sportsnet]

And finally, catch up with Rich Peverley.