Will the Stars return to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in 20 years? Our staff weighs in.
The Stars advanced to the Western Conference Final for the first time since 2008 thanks to their dramatic Game 7 win on Friday. They now face a Golden Knights team that is talented, deep, and dangerous.
After opting to continue play last night, the NHLPA and NHL have agreed to postpone all postseason games previously scheduled for today and tomorrow.
The bounces went the Stars’ way in Game 2, but offensive zone execution is needed to keep the Avalanche down.
Dallas now leads Colorado 2-0 in the series after outscoring the Avalanche 10-5 through the first two games.
On the way to the supposed Colorado coronation, Dallas proves that nothing is pre-ordained.
With no Round 1 games scheduled for a Saturday night, Dallas and Colorado get the call and the NHL’s spotlight.
Dallas is now up 3-2 in the series against Calgary, with only one more win needed to advance.
Things are clicking in the offensive end, but a no-show by the third defensive pair is keeping the top four on the ice for extended time.
Outplaying the Flames isn’t enough. The Stars need to convert on their chances to even up the series.