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Stars99Lobo37 03-30-2012 11:43 PM

Game #79: at San Jose, 3/31 (9:30 PM, Fox Sports Southwest, 1310 AM, 104.1 FM)
 

Where: HP Pavilion | San Jose, California
Date: Saturday, March 31st, 2012
Time: 9:30 PM Central Time
Stars Television/Radio: Fox Sports Southwest | 1310 AM/104.1 FM The Ticket
Sharks Television/Radio: Comcast Sports Net California | 98.5 FM KFOX
National TV/Radio: None | XM 214 | Sirius 213
Tonight's Officials: Referees - Tim Peel, Justin St. Pierre | Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Shane Heyer

MEDIA COVERAGE
Articles
Article #1 - Dallas Morning News - "Canucks humble Stars, 5-2."
Article #2 - Dallas Morning News - "Ironic twist has Stars looking for points heading to San Jose."
Article #3 - Vancouver Sun - "Canucks dance through Stars, rockets find net."
Article #4 - Vancouver Sun - "Pahlsson an offensive force: Who’d have thunk it?!."
Article #5 - ESPN Dallas - "Lapierre leads Vancouver over battling Dallas."
Article #6 - DefendingBigD.com - "Canucks pick apart Stars, 5-2."
Article #7 - BlackoutDallas.com - "Canucks clobber Stars, 5-2."
Audio
Glen Gulutzan
Steve Ott
Brenden Morrow
Jake Dowell
GAME STATISTICS
Goal Scorers:
1st - Vancouver (1-0) - 6:17 - Higgins (Hansen)
2nd - Dallas (1-1) - 3:16 - Ott (Benn)
2nd - Vancouver (2-1) - 11:01 - Salo (Sedin | Kesler) [PP]
2nd - Vancouver (3-1) - 16:25 - Alberts (Sedin | Lapierre)
3rd - Vancouver (4-1) - 9:06 - Burrows (Sedin | Lapierre)
3rd - Vancouver (5-1) - 11:18 - Lapierre (Gragnani | Kassian)
3rd - Dallas (5-2) - 17:18 - Dowell (Vincour | Larsen)
Shots
Dallas: 1st - 13 | 2nd - 13 | 3rd - 4 | Total - 30
Vancouver: 1st - 7 | 2nd - 20 | 3rd - 7 | Total - 34
Stats
Powerplays: Dallas - 0 For 1 | Vancouver - 1 For 3
Faceoffs: Dallas - 23 For 54 | Vancouver - 31 For 54
Hits: Dallas - 23 | Vancouver - 19
Takeaways: Dallas - 7 | Vancouver - 7
Giveaways: Dallas - 3 | Vancouver - 8
Blocked Shots: Dallas - 11 | Vancouver - 15
Missed Shots: Dallas - 8 | Vancouver - 7
Time on Ice: Dallas - Robidas [24:50] | Vancouver - Hamhuis [22:11]
Goalies
Dallas: Lehtonen - 49:59 - 26 Saves - 30 Shots [L]
Dallas: Bachman - 10:01 - 3 Saves - 4 Shots
Vancouver: Schneider - 59:31 - 28 Saves - 30 Shots [W]
Three Stars Of The Game
#1. Henrik Sedin - Vancouver | 3 Assists
#2. Maxim Lapierre - Vancouver | Goal, 2 Assists
#3. Chris Higgins - Vancouver | Goal
Officials
Referees: Ghislain Hebert | Kevin Pollock
Linesmen: Lonnie Cameron | Bryan Pancich

Mascot: Stars
Colors: Green/Gold
Head Coach: Glen Gulutzan
Official Team Site: DallasStars.com
HF Board: HFBoard.com - Dallas Stars
Fan Site: TheStarsFans.com
Record: 42-31-5 with 89 Points
Standings: Pacific Division-2nd, Western Conference-7th, NHL-13th
Home Record: 22-14-3
Away Record: 20-16-2
Overtime Record: 3-1
Shootout Record: 7-4
Streak: 1 Game Losing Streak
Last Five Games:
03.30 - at Vancouver - L 5-2 - Box Score
03.28 - at Edmonton - W 3-1 - Box Score
03.26 - at Calgary - L 5-4 - Box Score
03.24 - vs Calgary - W 4-1 - Box Score
03.22 - vs Vancouver - L 2-1 - Box Score
Next Five Games:
04.03 - vs San Jose - 7:30 PM
04.05 - at Nashville - 7:00 PM
04.07 - vs St. Louis - 7:00 PM
Team Stats:
Goals: 198 (19th)
Goals Per Game: 2.57 (18th)
Goals Allowed: 200 (10th)
Goals Allowed Per Game: 2.60 (11th)
Shots Per Game: 28.2 (22nd)
Missed Shots: 958 (10th)
Shots Allowed Per Game: 30.7 (22nd)
Blocked Shots: 1,189 (8th)
Powerplay: 14.4% (29th)
Penalty Kill: 83.4% (11th)•
Hits: 2,099 (3rd)•

Mascot: Sharks
Colors: Teal/Black
Head Coach: Todd McLellan
Official Team Site: SJSharks.com
HF Board: HFBoard.com - San Jose Sharks
Fan Site: LetsGoSharks.com
Record: 39-29-10 with 88 Points
Standings: Pacific Division-4th, Western Conference-9th, NHL-16th
Home Record: 24-12-3
Away Record: 15-17-7
Overtime Record: 2-5
Shootout Record: 8-5
Streak: 2 Game Losing Streak
Last Five Games:
03.29 - at Phoenix - L 2-0 - Box Score
03.28 - at Anaheim - L 3-1 - Box Score
03.26 - vs Colorado - W 5-1 - Box Score
03.24 - vs Phoenix - W 4-3 (SO) - Box Score
03.22 - vs Boston - W 2-1 - Box Score
Next Five Games:
04.03 - at Dallas - 7:30 PM
04.05 - at Los Angeles - 9:30 PM
04.07 - vs Los Angeles - 9:30 PM
Team Stats:
Goals: 203 (14th)•
Goals Per Game: 2.60 (16th)•
Goals Allowed: 196 (8th)•
Goals Allowed Per Game: 2.51 (8th)•
Shots Per Game: 34.1 (1st)•
Missed Shots: 1,032 (2nd)•
Shots Allowed Per Game: 28.5 (8th)•
Blocked Shots: 1,249 (5th)•
Powerplay: 20.4% (3rd)•
Penalty Kill: 78.2% (28th)
Hits: 1,472 (27th)

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DALLAS
Total Man Games Lost: 163
Current Players Injured (3):
Mark Fistric - Day-To-Day - Lower Body
Radek Dvorak - Day-To-Day - Ankle
Eric Nystrom - Day-To-Day - Leg

SAN JOSE
Total Man Games Lost: //
Current Players Injured (/):
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DALLAS TEAM LEADERS
Points: Loui Eriksson - 70
Goals: Michael Ryder - 35
Assists: Loui Eriksson - 44
Hits: Steve Ott - 263
Plus/Minus: Michael Ryder - +21
Penalty Minutes: Steve Ott - 144
Shots: Michael Ryder - 198
Blocked Shots: Trevor Daley - 111
Missed Shots: Alex Goligoski - 80
Powerplay Goals: Michael Ryder - 7
Shorthanded Goals: Loui Eriksson - 2
Game Winning Goals: Jamie Benn - 7

GOALTENDERS
Kari Lehtonen | 32-19-4
Games Played: 56 (Started 56)
GAA: 2.26 (127 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .924% (1,522 of 1,649)
Shut Outs: 4

Richard Bachman | 8-4-1
Games Played: 17 (Started 14)
GAA: 2.71 (40 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .911% (402 of 442)
Shut Outs: 1

Andrew Raycroft | 2-8-0
Games Played: 10 (Started 8)
GAA: 3.52 (31 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .898% (272 of 303)
Shut Outs: 0

SAN JOSE TEAM LEADERS
Points: Joe Thornton - 72
Goals: Logan Couture - 30
Assists: Joe Thornton - 56
Hits: Douglas Murray - 116
Plus/Minus: Joe Thornton - +14
Penalty Minutes: Brad Winchester - 88
Shots: Joe Pavelski - 258
Blocked Shots: Marc-Edouard Vlasic - 160
Missed Shots: Joe Pavelski - 117
Powerplay Goals: Logan Couture - 10
Shorthanded Goals: Logan Couture - 2
Game Winning Goals: Patrick Marleau - 8

GOALTENDERS
Antti Niemi | 31-22-9
Games Played: 64 (Started 64)
GAA: 2.43 (150 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .914% (1,601 of 1,751)
Shut Outs: 5

Thomas Greiss | 8-7-1
Games Played: 18 (Started 14)
GAA: 2.36 (40 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .914% (426 of 466)
Shut Outs: 0

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SEASON SERIES: San Jose 3-0-1
ALL TIME SERIES: 67-44-5-6 | Home: 32-21-4-4 | Away: 35-23-1-2
Dallas Goals: 333 ---- San Jose Goals: 298
Regular Season: 55-39-5-6 | Home: 24-20-4-4 | Away: 31-19-1-2
Shoot Out: 7-1 | Home: 1-1 | Away: 6-0
Playoffs: 12-5 | Home: 8-1 | Away: 4-4
Record In Dallas: 61-44-5-6 | Home: 29-22-4-4 | Away: 32-23-1-2
Last Game In Series: 3.08.12 | vs San Jose | Win 4-3 (Shootout) | GAME RECAP | GAME THREAD | GAME HIGHLIGHTS

THIS SEASON vs the Sharks:
Meetings:
11.19 - Dallas 1 vs San Jose 4
12.08 - Dallas 2 at San Jose 5
02.02 - Dallas 2 at San Jose 5
03.08 - Dallas 4 vs San Jose 3 (Shootout)
03.31 - Dallas at San Jose
04.03 - Dallas vs San Jose
Goal Scorers:
DAL (8) - Ribeiro(2), Morrow, Ott, Benn (2), Ryder, Vincour (Shootout - Vincour)
SJS (17) - Burns, Couture(2), Winchester(2), McGinn(2), Clowe(2), Mitchell (2), Handzus, Pavelski (2), Marleau (2), Thornton
Goaltenders:
DAL - Raycroft (1st|2ndP) - 99:53 - 63 Shots - 54 Saves - 9 Goals Against - 0-2-0 Record
DAL - Bachman (2nd|3rd) - 80:00 - 48 Shots - 43 Saves - 5 Goals Against - 0-1-0 Record
DAL - Lehtonen (4th) - 64:47 - 48 Shots - 45 Saves - 3 Goals Against - 1-0-0 Record
SJS - Niemi (1st|2nd|4th) - 184:22 - 86 Shots - 80 Saves - 6 Goals Against - 2-0-1 Record
SJS - Greiss (3rd) - 60:00 - 21 Shots - 19 Saves - 2 Goals Against - 1-0-0 Record
Special Teams:
DAL - 2 For 7 on Powerplay | 9 For 13 on Penalty Kill | 0 Shorthanded Goals
SJS - 4 For 13 on Powerplay | 5 For 7 on Penalty Kill | 0 Shorthanded Goals

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PACIFIC DIVISION GAMES
Dallas Stars At San Jose (9:30 PM CT)
Anaheim Ducks At Phoenix (8:00 PM CT)
Los Angeles Kings At Minnesota (7:00 PM CT)
Phoenix Coyotes Vs Anaheim (8:00 PM CT)
San Jose Sharks Vs Dallas (9:30 PM CT)

PACIFIC DIVISION STANDINGS
1st. Los Angeles, 39-27-12, 90 Points
2nd. Dallas, 42-31-5, 89 Points
3rd. Phoenix, 38-27-13, 89 Points
4th. San Jose, 39-29-10, 88 Points
5th. Anaheim, 33-33-11, 77 Points
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WESTERN CONFERENCE GAMES
Columbus Blue Jackets At St. Louis Blues (7:00 PM CT)
Chicago Blackhawks At Nashville Predators (7:00 PM CT)
Calgary Flames At Vancouver Canucks (9:00 PM CT)

WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS
X1st. St. Louis, 48(4)-20-10, 106 Points* (78 GP)
Y2nd. Vancouver, 47(7)-21-9, 103 Points* (77 GP)
3rd. Los Angeles, 39(6)-27-12, 90 Points* (78 GP)
X4th. Nashville, 45(4)-25-8, 98 Points (78 GP)
X5th. Detroit, 46(7)-27-5, 97 Points (78 GP)
6th. Chicago, 43(6)-26-9, 95 Points (78 GP)
7th. Dallas, 42(7)-31-5, 89 Points (78 GP)
8th. Phoenix, 38(6)-27-13, 89 Points (78 GP)
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9th. San Jose, 39(8)-29-10, 88 Points (78 GP)
10th. Colorado, 41(9)-33-6, 88 Points (80 GP)
11th. Calgary, 35(3)-29-15, 85 Points (79 GP)
12th. Anaheim, 33(3)-33-11, 77 Points (77 GP)
13th. Minnesota, 32(8)-35-10, 74 Points (77 GP)
14th. Edmonton, 31(5)-38-9, 71 Points (78 GP)
15th. Columbus, 25(4)-45-7, 57 Points (77 GP)

*=Division Leader
GP=Games Played
X=Clinched Playoff Spot
Y=Clinced Division Championship
Z=Clinched Conference Championship
P=Clinched Presidents Trophy
Strike=Eliminated From Playoffs
(#)=Shootout Wins

Tiebreakers - From NHL.com
1. The fewer number of games played (i.e., superior points percentage).
2. The greater number of games won, excluding games won in the shootout.
3. The greater number of points earned in games between the tied clubs. If two clubs are tied, and have not played an equal number of home games against each other, points earned in the first game played in the city that had the extra game shall not be included. If more than two clubs are tied, the higher percentage of available points earned in games among those clubs, and not including any "odd" games, shall be used to determine the standing.
4. The greater differential between goals for and against for the entire regular season.
MARCH GAMES
Saturday 31st - at San Jose - 9:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest

MARCH RESULTS
Friday 2nd - at Edmonton - Win 3-1 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Sunday 4th - at Calgary - Win 3-2 (Shootout) - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Tuesday 6th - at Vancouver - Win 5-2 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Thursday 8th - vs San Jose* - Win 4-3 (Shootout) - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Saturday 10th - vs Anaheim* - Win 2-0 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Tuesday 13th - at Minnesota - Win 1-0 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Wednesday 14th - at Winnipeg - Loss 5-2 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Friday 16th - vs Chicago - Loss 4-1 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Tuesday 20th - vs Phoenix* - Win 4-3 (Shootout) - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Thursday 22nd - vs Vancouver - Loss 2-1 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Saturday 24th - vs Calgary - Win 4-1 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Monday 26th - at Calgary - Loss 5-4 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Wednesday 28th - at Edmonton - Win 3-1 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET
Friday 30th - at Vancouver - Loss 5-2 - RECAP - BOX SCORE - GAME SHEET

Stars99Lobo37 03-30-2012 11:44 PM


Stars99Lobo37 03-30-2012 11:44 PM

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Stars99Lobo37 03-30-2012 11:44 PM

Will get the rest up tomorrow.

Time to see the season end?

Bennrocks 03-30-2012 11:45 PM

Have to win this damn game

Modo 03-31-2012 12:18 AM

Morrow? Press box.

Press box, Morrow.

You two should get along just fine. :nod:

catters078 03-31-2012 12:29 AM

Kari needs to keep this 1 goal or less for the sharks..

Elysian 03-31-2012 01:16 AM

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Originally Posted by catters078 (Post 47024907)
Kari needs to keep this 1 goal or less for the sharks..

Kari need not play. If we've learned one thing it's to never give Kari both starts on a back-to-back. Gulutzan won't get this though.

SonicSpeedDash 03-31-2012 02:16 AM

Might as well call it a loss. B2B is the Stars worst enemy this season. Oh and Pardy, Morrow and others you guys can throw in.

If they win i'll buy everyone a beer.

DallasFan 03-31-2012 07:01 AM

Don't care who start, who's in lineup JUST WIN!!!!

DaStars99 03-31-2012 09:48 AM

Don't let me down

Stars99Lobo37 03-31-2012 01:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DaStars99 (Post 47031801)
Don't let me down

That's something we should just expect by now.

Elysian 03-31-2012 01:57 PM

Really wish Gulutzan would stick to keeping Morrow on the 4th line...


I just accidentally typed that Morron...

Stars99Lobo37 03-31-2012 02:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elysian (Post 47043395)
Really wish Gulutzan would stick to keeping Morrow on the 4th line...


I just accidentally typed that Morron...

At least he didn't take long to put him back on the 4th last night. Did it even last half a period last night?

SonicSpeedDash 03-31-2012 02:09 PM

Doesn't even need to be on the 4th. Should sit in the press box.

LatvianTwist 03-31-2012 02:25 PM

Eriksson - Ribeiro - Ryder
Vincour/Ott - Benn - Smith
Vincour/Ott - Fiddler - Wandell
Burish - Dowell - Garbutt

Please Please Please. It won't happen, but that's what I want to see. Maybe switch Wandell and Garbutt, I don't really know about the bottom 6. It's such a mess down there right now.

Modo 03-31-2012 02:33 PM

Well Nystrom's back on Tuesday, hopefully....could definitely use a spark after last night's debacle.

Stars99Lobo37 03-31-2012 02:35 PM

Honestly though, if they bring the same game of the first two periods, they should win. Niemi would not even come close to making the saves Schneider did through 2.

That said, I doubt we'll see anything like the chances we got last night.

BigG44 03-31-2012 02:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stars99Lobo37 (Post 47045937)
Honestly though, if they bring the same game of the first two periods, they should win. Niemi would not even come close to making the saves Schneider did through 2.

That said, I doubt we'll see anything like the chances we got last night.

I agree on both points. They played well enough to win until it mattered. They have to play 60 minutes which has not been the case recently, but at least one of last night's issues was a fantastic 1st and 2nd period by Schneider.

On your 2nd point, it's the 2nd night of a back to back ... that's not an acceptable excuse, but that's the reality of this team. B2B's are hard ... but everyone plays in them ... and few (if any) are as bad as this team this year.

I've set the bar at OT/SO loss. I can live with that. Unfortunately, I was really hoping a win last night would also come with an OT/SO loss tonight, but no such luck.

They need 3 points in the next 2 games to really give themselves the advantage this final week. It probably comes down to SJ and Dallas for 8th place so head to head + (LAx2 vs. NSH/STL).

Hopefully PHX and/or LA will stumble against non-playoff competition, but you can't expect/count on someone else's failure to get you in. Plus last year, Chicago gift wrapped a playoff berth for the Stars and they squandered it. At this point, it's up to Dallas to force their way into the playoffs ... something they were unable to do last year.

Elysian 03-31-2012 03:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stars99Lobo37 (Post 47045937)
Honestly though, if they bring the same game of the first two periods, they should win. Niemi would not even come close to making the saves Schneider did through 2.

That said, I doubt we'll see anything like the chances we got last night.

I'm hoping they decide to continue the Reilly Smith 2nd line expiriment... Better than Morrow or Burish there I think.

Stars99Lobo37 03-31-2012 03:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elysian (Post 47049857)
I'm hoping they decide to continue the Reilly Smith 2nd line expiriment... Better than Morrow or Burish there I think.

Smith doesn't even have to try to be better than Morrow on that 2nd line right now.

Elysian 03-31-2012 05:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonicSpeed (Post 47044211)
Doesn't even need to be on the 4th. Should sit in the press box.

I wish they would just put him back on IR, there's no reason to keep playing him.

Stars99Lobo37 03-31-2012 05:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elysian (Post 47053197)
I wish they would just put him back on IR, there's no reason to keep playing him.

Cause they don't want to accept that he's not the player he use to be. This is merely an off season in their mind (instead of last season being the fluke of one).

SonicSpeedDash 03-31-2012 06:02 PM

Morrow for Kessel go go go!! jk of course. But yeah he needs to be on IR or scratched. He isn't healthy and i can't see why they let him play. Give someone who is healthy the time.

Stars99Lobo37 03-31-2012 07:29 PM

Whoa...this is outta no where.

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@DallasStars "Mark Fistric is in."- Glen Gulutzan discussing today's lineup.


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