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Dallas Stars Daily Links: Remaining Professional

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The Stars look to close out the season and focus on positives. Plus, the end of the Sedin era, weekend wrap, and more.

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Happy Tuesday, everyone! There wasn’t a lot of content out yesterday, and the content that was out was kind of a bummer. So rather than subject you to my blathering, we’ll just go straight into the links today. The Dallas Stars are out in California to take on the San Jose Sharks tonight at 9:30 p.m. Central.


Stars Stuff

Mark Stepneski has some notes from yesterday’s practice:

Sean Shapiro has a piece on the Stars wanting to remain professional for the last three games of the year:

I think many Stars fans would say that Gemel Smith has had this figured out for a while:

Here’s Mike Heika’s take on the Stars’ mindset entering the final road trip of the season:

At least Miro Heiskanen is getting some solid playoff experience this year:

What a guy:

Here’s something we can still get excited about:

Around the League

This injury looked pretty bad when it happened the other night, and now its severity has been confirmed:

The Sedin twins are finally hanging up the skates. Pretty cool that they were able to stay together for their entire careers:

Here’s another twin (and fellow Henrik) of a former Star on how the Sedins impacted him:

Another day, another fine for Brad Marchand:

Down Goes Brown’s Weekend Wrap details how the season would have to play out to ensure maximum chaos for the Hart Trophy race:

Dangle of the night:

Finally, if your NCAA bracket didn’t turn out too well, this is always one of my favorite things of the entire year and a chance for bracket redemption: