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Elsewhere: Jason Robertson and Tye Felhaber crack the 100-point plateau, Nick Caamano has his best week so far in the AHL
Elsewhere: Curtis Douglas records a four-point night, Jake Oettinger earns a shutout in his 100th NCAA game.
Elsewhere: Jason Robertson is riding a point streak, the Texas Stars are facing a goaltending slump.
Elsewhere: Joel L’Esperance is pacing the Texas Stars, Jakob Stenqvist and Jacob Peterson team up to steal a win in Sweden.
Elsewhere: Fredrik Karlstrom goes (goal) streaking, Ty Dellandrea leads Flint to a big win.
Elsewhere: Ty Dellandrea won’t play at the World Juniors, Jake Oettinger steals another win.
Erik Condra, good grief.
Sean Shapiro investigates which Texas Stars players have a future in the NHL. Plus, Texas tries to capture their second Calder Cup this evening, John Carlson is going to get paid, and more.
The Stars’ final home game of the season did not go well to say the least. Plus, the Washington Capitals celebrate their Stanley Cup, people are apparently still debating Alex Ovechkin’s legacy, and more.
Texas has made the Calder Cup Finals three times during Scott White’s tenure, with potentially a second championship on the way. Plus the Stanley Cup will be in Vegas on Thursday, mock drafts, and more.
Prospects Nyberg and Robertson are joining the Texas Stars as they begin their series against the Tucson Roadrunners. Plus, playoff scores and stories, another front office shuffle, and much more.
Roope Hintz and Landon Bow continue to be the bedrocks in Texas.
The Texas Stars have taken names through two games. Thankfully, it’s the usual prospects leading the charge.
Gemel Smith was playing in the ECHL last year. Let that sink in.
Can Gavin Bayreuther one day crack the Stars Lineup? He’ll get his chance for Texas this season.
Who are the Texas Stars of 2017-2018?
Week 26 wasn’t kind to the Texas Stars, but two forwards who have stood out all season continued to do so.