Dallas Stars Daily Links: Morrow Giving Back

The former captain looks forward to discovering the best way he can help the Stars. Plus, an interview with new assistant coach John Stevens, all sorts of contract talk, and more.

Like Marty Turco and Rich Peverley before him, former Dallas Stars captain Brenden Morrow has rejoined the Stars organization post-retirement. But although he already has a title — Director of Business and Hockey Development — what Morrow will actually do in the organization is still up in the air:

“I think this is a great opportunity for Brenden, and I’ve been pushing him to do it,” said Turco. “He just has so much to offer, and the best way to find out what he wants to do is to get in there and try some things and see what he likes.”

One thing’s for sure — Morrow brings a good share of knowledge to the table:

In addition to understanding what it takes to get himself to a place where he could be a successful athlete, he also knows how to help get a team to succeed.


”He’s been through a lot, so he knows what it’s like to deal with these things,” Turco said. “He understands what players are going through.”

Most importantly, though, is that Morrow is excited to give back to the Stars after spending the majority of his NHL career in Dallas:

“I love this team, I love this organization, and I think the timing is right,” he said.

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