The Texas Stars’ run finally came to an end last night as they fell to the Toronto Marlies 6-1 in Game 7. The Stars had a heck of a run. but ultimately fell to a younger, more talented Marlies team (the referees didn’t really help either).
Based on the 6-1 score, I won’t be putting the highlights up here, but Sean Shapiro has the breakdown:
Texas Stars 20/20: Stars come up one game short as Marlies win Calder Cup in Game 7 https://t.co/Kg4IfWPPWM— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) June 15, 2018
Non-The Athletic subscribers can check out a recap here.
These hats are pretty awesome. If anyone wants to pick up an extra one for me, I’d consider it a personal favor:
Texas Rangers are hosting a Dallas Stars theme night the Monday after the draft. Ben Bishop, Jamie Benn, and Stephen Johns are throwing out first pitch. You can get this hat if you buy tix through this link https://t.co/X9b86PyMqe pic.twitter.com/qbkKX1Lk2M— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) June 14, 2018
This place looks cool, I’ll be sure to visit next time I’m in Dallas:
Got an early tour of the Texas Hockey History Center currently being installed in Farmers Branch. They’ve done a nice job tracking hockey history in Texas dating back more than a century. Highly recommend you check it out when it opens next week pic.twitter.com/qHErrXyCGn— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) June 14, 2018
Around the League
Start making your plans for next season soon:
The NHL will announce the 2018-19 regular-season home openers for all 31 clubs on Wed., June 20 at 1 p.m. ET.— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) June 14, 2018
The complete regular-season schedule will be revealed live on @NHLNetwork and streamed on https://t.co/9BUJgfxUcy on Thur., June 21 at 5 p.m. ET. pic.twitter.com/V1RuUA9BH9
Kovalchuk watch is in full effect, especially in DBD land:
I think that everyone is curious as to the Ottawa situation(s):
What the hell is happening with the Ottawa Senators? How do they come back from this offseason? https://t.co/Z2xEUwTuRt— DL (@davelozo) June 14, 2018
Buckle your seat belts, folks:
Duthie on 1050 this morning: "The sad thing is of everything I'm hearing we may not have heard the end of craziness out of Ottawa. There might be more coming down the chute." #Sens— Chris Nichols (@NicholsOnHockey) June 14, 2018
"I don't know what the 'more' is yet, I just heard there was more."
Bring on the craziness (as long as Tyler Seguin stays in Dallas):
The Oilers signed a guy: