Find out on Saturday if John Klingberg will be in the Top 20 defensemen
Denis Gurianov will be the Stars representative at the NHLPA rookie showcase.— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) August 23, 2017
Yesterday the Stars released details on how the team will celebrate their 25th anniversary. Including the retiring of #26 for Jere Lehtinen.
The Stars will retire the number 26 in honor of former Stars right wing Jere Lehtinen on Friday, Nov. 24 against the Calgary Flames. The three-time Frank J. Selke Trophy winner as the NHL's top defensive forward spent his entire 14-season NHL career in Dallas where he recorded 514 points (243-271=514) in 875 career regular-season games. Lehtinen's No. 26 will be the fifth sweater to be retired by the franchise and the third since the team moved to Texas. Lehtinen joins Neal Broten (No. 7), Bill Goldsworthy (No. 8), Mike Modano (No. 9) and Bill Masterton (No. 19) as the only players in franchise history to have their number retired. (Stars)
Jordie Benn gets a little revenge against the Wild a few years back.
December 21, 2015: The Minnesota Wild jumbotron takes a jab at Jordie Benn. Seconds later, the bearded Benn rifles one past Dubnyk. pic.twitter.com/Sv02mXzSNo— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) August 24, 2017
Mike Heika conducted his weekly Q&A session this week. (SportsDay DFW)
On a side note a well rested Sean Shapiro will post his Q&A chat today.
Tyler Seguin with the impressive volley shot in the BioSteel Camp.
That goal helped his team clinch the BioSteel Cup.
Team Seguin defeats Team Nurse 5-2 to claim the 2017 BioSteel Cup. pic.twitter.com/lqj1wADb3S— luke fox (@lukefoxjukebox) August 24, 2017
August is coming to a close, meaning the return of hockey is coming soon. The Stars prospects will play in the annual NHL Prospect Tournament in Traverse City Michigan, from Sept 8th-Sept 12th. Joining Dallas will be prospects from the Blue Jackets, Blues, Blackhawks, Red Wings, Wild, Hurricanes and Rangers. The full schedule can be found here. (Between the Blue Lines)
Riley Tufte and Alex Goligoski helped Team RBC win the Da Beauty League Championship. Goligoski took home the MVP trophy.
Next Tuesday fans can score some game used sticks and old Reebok sweaters.
A little T-Stars trivia.
Can you guess the other 8? The answer will appear at the end of the links.
The HEB Center is getting ready for Hockey.
The Rocket Richard Trophy is awarded to the NHL player that scores the most goals. Alex Ovechkin had won it 4 years in row before losing out last season. Last year’s super rookie Patrik Laine and Auston Matthews are some of the candidates for this year’s title. (The Hockey News)
Look for the remaining UFAs to start getting PTOs.
We’re reaching the point of the offseason when teams stop offering guaranteed contracts and start offering PTOs. https://t.co/jSWUuccUkt— SB Nation NHL (@SBNationNHL) August 23, 2017
More potential PTOs. (THW)
Defenseman Will Butcher has made his decision on what team he wants to play for and will make the announcement on Sunday.
Will Butcher says he’ll announce NHL team choice on Sunday https://t.co/qRi5HHWETv— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) August 24, 2017
Every year is seems like the Blackhawks will revert back to mediocrity but somehow GM Stan Bowman works some magic. Could this be the year their playoff run ends? (FanRag Sports)
The Stanley Cup uses proper boating safety.
Although his skills had diminished by the time he played for Dallas, What former Stars player was a Rookie of the Year? (Not Eddie the Eagle Belfour)
Finally a suggestion to EA Sports to add classic teams to their NHL video game.
Bonus Trivia Answer: