Yesterday morning the Dallas Stars announced their broadcast schedule for the 2019-20 NHL season. Seventy-six of the team’s regular season games will be broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest, with the remaining six scheduled to air on NBC or NBC Sports.
In addition, both preseason games against the Minnesota Wild will be televised — the September 17 match will be aired on FSSW+, and the September 26 game will be on FSSW.
You can view the entire regular season schedule here.
Derek kind of did this already, but here’s a look at the future in Dallas:
Five-year forecast: What does the future look like for the Dallas Stars? https://t.co/qNjyy8vXlV— The Hockey News (@TheHockeyNews) August 23, 2019
I’m having a hard time on deciding which of these Esa Lindell goals is better...
He can defend. He can score. Esa Lindell can do it all.— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) August 22, 2019
Was this one of the best goals by a defenseman ... ever?
Huh. Well that’s pretty cool:
Today I learned that former NHLer Stephane Robidas has a son, Justin Robidas, who is a pretty highly-touted young player. He went 2nd overall in the 2019 QMJHL draft and will be NHL draft-eligible in 2021https://t.co/EHam1QNlg7— Derek Neumeier (@Derek_N_NHL) August 23, 2019
ICYMI, former Star Bill Guerin has been announced the fourth General Manager in Minnesota Wild history:
“I am thrilled to announce we have hired Bill Guerin, a four-time Stanley Cup champion, as General Manager of the Minnesota Wild." — Craig Leipold— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) August 21, 2019
News → https://t.co/uM3vPSoWqs #mnwild pic.twitter.com/kU0yhA6khQ
It’s never too early to start projecting Seattle’s roster:
With the projected protection lists for all 30 teams participating in the expansion draft complete, @THNJaredClinton and @StevenEllisTHN take a look at which players could be selected by Seattle at the 2021 expansion draft.https://t.co/0iy9yLfFXA— The Hockey News (@TheHockeyNews) August 22, 2019
Joe Pavelski is one of a few players who has more or less perfected a certain skill:
A look at those around the NHL who make other players' jaws drop due to their elite skill. From @jtbourne. https://t.co/wsN2g1BIAh— The Athletic NHL (@TheAthleticNHL) August 23, 2019
Nolan Patrick is arguably the “worst” of the top five picks from 2017 right now, but that might change this season:
"Two years into his career and he has shown the potential that made him such a promising draft prospect."https://t.co/Bmm0rmcNWN— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) August 22, 2019