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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Likely Lose Antoine Roussel for Season, Recall Remi Elie

The Stars play the Panthers tonight. Plus, Remi Elie is expected to make his NHL debut, and Antoine Roussel is likely done for the season.

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Following the news that Antoine Roussel will be out 6-8 weeks with a hand injury—in other words, likely the rest of the season—the Stars have recalled forward Remi Elie, which counts as an emergency call up.

"He's a good skater, heavy on the puck," Ruff said. "I am pretty sure he'll be excited. He plays a lot like [Roussel]. Very determined player on the forecheck and a very hard player to play against."

Elie is in second year of pro hockey. He ranks sixth on the Texas Stars in scoring this season with 25 points (eight goals, 17 assists) in 50 games. He's played both sides of special teams for Texas this season.

"It's gone pretty good," said Elie. "I've got more confidence, and I am playing big minutes there. I just have to keep doing what I am doing."

There are more updates on Roussel and Elie at the link. [Stars]

Tune in at 6 p.m. to see the Stars take on the Panthers.

The Stars’ dads are joining them on this road trip.

In his latest mailbag, Sean Shapiro answers questions about what the future looks like for Adam Cracknell and Ales Hemsky. [Wrong Side of the Red Line]

Elliotte Friedman has 30 new thoughts for you, including one about how Patrick Sharp’s injury status affected the Stars’ trade deadline decisions. [Sportsnet]

Get to know newly minted Texas Star Dillon Heatherington.

Just how important are face-offs for a team’s long-term success? [Sports Illustrated]

There are plenty of goalie options for the Golden Knights. [NHL]

14/10 recommend watching this video.

Dave Lozo provides a post–trade deadline look at the Stanley Cup contenders. [VICE]

You could say that Hurricanes coach Bill Peters is, um, not happy with Eddie Lack’s play. [Puck Daddy]

Could a relatively quiet trade deadline day mean that we’re in store for a crazy June? [TSN]

Here’s a little hockey history for you:

FiveThirtyEight takes another look the P.K. Subban–Shea Weber trade. [FiveThirtyEight]

NPR discusses the NHL’s mumps problem. [NPR]

And finally, go ahead—watch this one more time.