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Stars99Lobo37 06-01-2011 05:30 PM

Texas Stars (AHL) Discussion II
 
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The Texas Stars had previously been named the Louisville Panthers (1999-2001), the Iowa Stars (2005-2008), and the Iowa Chops (2008-2009) before moving to Cedar Park prior to the 2009-2010 American Hockey League season. Below are records since the Stars moved to Cedar Park.

2010 Calder Cup Finalist
2010 Western Conference Champions


VS ABBORTSFORD
All-Time Series: 6-8-2 | Home: 3-3-2 | Away: 3-5-0
Regular Season: 6-8-2 | Home: 3-3-2 | Away: 3-5-0
Shoot Out: 0-2 | Home: 0-2 | Away: 0-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS CHARLOTTE
All-Time Series: 3-2-0 | Home: 2-1-0 | Away: 1-1-0
Regular Season: 3-2-0 | Home: 2-1-0 | Away: 1-1-0
Shoot Out: 1-0 | Home: 1-0 | Away: 0-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS CHICAGO
All-Time Series: 16-8-1 | Home: 7-4-1 | Away: 9-4-0
Regular Season: 12-5-1 | Home: 5-3-1 | Away: 7-2-0
Shoot Out: 1-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 1-0
Playoffs: 4-3 | Home: 2-1 | Away: 2-2

VS GRAND RAPIDS
All-Time Series: 8-7-1 | Home: 4-2-1 | Away: 4-5-0
Regular Season: 8-7-1 | Home: 4-2-1 | Away: 4-5-0
Shoot Out: 2-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 2-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS HAMILTON
All-Time Series: 5-6-2 | Home: 2-2-2 | Away: 3-4-0
Regular Season: 1-3-2 | Home: 0-1-2 | Away: 1-2-0
Shoot Out: 0-1 | Home: 0-1 | Away: 0-0
Playoffs: 4-3 | Home: 2-1 | Away: 2-2

VS HERSHEY
All-Time Series: 2-4-0 | Home: 0-3-0 | Away: 2-1-0
Regular Season: 0-0-0 | Home: 0-0-0 | Away: 0-0-0
Shoot Out: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0
Playoffs: 2-4 | Home: 0-3 | Away: 2-1

VS HOUSTON
All-Time Series: 16-18-4 | Home: 9-9-1 | Away: 7-9-3
Regular Season: 16-18-4 | Home: 9-9-1 | Away: 7-9-3
Shoot Out: 1-2 | Home: 1-0 | Away: 0-2
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS LAKE ERIE
All-Time Series: 5-7-1 | Home: 3-4-0 | Away: 2-3-1
Regular Season: 5-7-1 | Home: 3-4-0 | Away: 2-3-1
Shoot Out: 1-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 1-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS MILWAUKEE
All-Time Series: 15-9-1 | Home: 8-3-1 | Away: 7-6-0
Regular Season: 13-5-1 | Home: 7-1-1 | Away: 6-4-0
Shoot Out: 3-0 | Home: 2-0 | Away: 1-0
Playoffs: 2-4 | Home: 1-2 | Away: 1-2

VS OKLAHOMA CITY
All-Time Series: 8-11-1 | Home: 4-5-1 | Away: 4-6-0
Regular Season: 8-11-1 | Home: 4-5-1 | Away: 4-6-0
Shoot Out: 2-1 | Home: 0-1 | Away: 2-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS PEORIA
All-Time Series: 8-9-1 | Home: 5-4-0 | Away: 3-5-1
Regular Season: 8-9-1 | Home: 5-4-0 | Away: 3-5-1
Shoot Out: 1-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 1-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS ROCHESTER
All-Time Series: 1-1-0 | Home: 1-0-0 | Away: 0-1-0
Regular Season: 1-1-0 | Home: 1-0-0 | Away: 0-1-0
Shoot Out: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS ROCKFORD
All-Time Series: 15-6-1 | Home: 7-3-1 | Away: 8-3-0
Regular Season: 11-6-1 | Home: 5-3-1 | Away: 6-3-0
Shoot Out: 1-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 1-0
Playoffs: 4-0 | Home: 2-0 | Away: 2-0

VS SAN ANTONIO
All-Time Series: 20-11-4 | Home: 13-3-1 | Away: 7-8-3
Regular Season: 20-11-4 | Home: 13-3-1 | Away: 7-8-3
Shoot Out: 1-3 | Home: 1-1 | Away: 0-2
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS ST. JOHN'S
(Manitoba)
All-Time Series: 4-3-1 | Home: 3-1-0 | Away: 1-2-1
Regular Season: 4-3-1 | Home: 3-1-0 | Away: 1-2-1
Shoot Out: 0-1 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-1
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS SYRACUSE
All-Time Series: 1-1-2 | Home: 0-1-1 | Away: 1-0-1
Regular Season: 1-1-2 | Home: 0-1-1 | Away: 1-0-1
Shoot Out: 0-2 | Home: 0-1 | Away: 0-1
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

VS TORONTO
All-Time Series: 4-2-0 | Home: 2-1-0 | Away: 2-1-0
Regular Season: 4-2-0 | Home: 2-1-0 | Away: 2-1-0
Shoot Out: 1-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 1-0
Playoffs: 0-0 | Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-0

ALL-TIME PLAYOFF RESULTS
2012
--Did Not Qualify--

2011
Round 1: (w1) Milwaukee vs. (w4) Texas Admirals won 4 games to 2
Game 1 - 4.14.11 - Texas 2 at Milwaukee 5
Game 2 - 4.16.11 - Texas 3 at Milwaukee 1
Game 3 - 4.19.11 - Milwaukee 2 at Texas 3 (OT)
Game 4 - 4.20.11 - Milwaukee 3 at Texas 2
Game 5 - 4.22.11 - Milwaukee 2 at Texas 1 (OT)
Game 6 - 4.25.11 - Texas 2 at Milwaukee 3 (OT)


2010
Round 1: (w2) Texas vs. (w3) Rockford Stars won 4 games to 0
Game 1 - 4.16.10 - Rockford 1 at Texas 2
Game 2 - 4.17.10 - Rockford 1 at Texas 3
Game 3 - 4.21.10 - Texas 6 at Rockford 1
Game 4 - 4.23.10 - Texas 4 at Rockford 3

Round 2: (w1) Chicago vs. (w2) Texas Stars won 4 games to 3
Game 1 - 4.30.10 - Texas 4 at Chicago 3 (OT)
Game 2 - 5.02.10 - Texas 3 at Chicago 4 (OT)
Game 3 - 5.04.10 - Chicago 5 at Texas 3
Game 4 - 5.05.10 - Chicago 2 at Texas 3
Game 5 - 5.07.10 - Chicago 3 at Texas 5
Game 6 - 5.09.10 - Texas 0 at Chicago 2
Game 7 - 5.11.10 - Texas 6 at Chicago 5 (OT)

Round 3: (n1) Hamilton vs. (w2) Texas Stars won 4 games to 3
Game 1 - 5.14.10 - Texas 2 at Hamilton 3 (OT)
Game 2 - 5.16.10 - Texas 1 at Hamilton 3
Game 3 - 5.19.10 - Hamilton 4 at Texas 5 (OT)
Game 4 - 5.21.10 - Hamilton 1 at Texas 2 (OT)
Game 5 - 5.22.10 - Hamilton 3 at Texas 0
Game 6 - 5.24.10 - Texas 3 at Hamilton 2 (OT)
Game 7 - 5.26.10 - Texas 4 at Hamilton 2

Round 4: (e1) Hershey vs. (w2) Texas Bears won 4 games to 2
Game 1 - 6.03.10 - Texas 2 at Hershey 1
Game 2 - 6.05.10 - Texas 4 at Hershey 3
Game 3 - 6.07.10 - Hershey 6 at Texas 3
Game 4 - 6.09.10 - Hershey 4 at Texas 2
Game 5 - 6.11.10 - Hershey 2 at Texas 1 (OT)
Game 6 - 6.14.10 - Texas 0 at Hershey 4

Stars99Lobo37 06-01-2011 05:32 PM

Idaho Steelheads release 2011-2012 72 game regular season schedule...

Quote:

Idaho’s first home game will come the following night, October 15, at Qwest Arena against the same Grizzlies squad.

Among the highlights of the 36-game home slate for the Steelheads:
• Three visits from the ECHL Kelly Cup champion Alaska Aces – November 18 and 19; December 21, 22, and 23; February 8, 10, and 11.
• One visit from the ECHL’s newest team, the Colorado Eagles, on December 7, 9, and 10.
• A third straight New Year’s Eve game, this time against the Las Vegas Wranglers.
• A St. Patrick’s Day contest – which falls on a Saturday - against the Ontario Reign.
• The regular-season finale, March 31, against the Stockton Thunder.
http://www.idahosteelheads.com/news/...articleid=1541

Cin 06-01-2011 06:42 PM

Excellent, I'll be sure to keep you guys updated as always with Texas

Starsfan24 06-10-2011 11:22 AM

The Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs of the CHL have ceased operations.

http://mudbugshockey.com/news/recent...article_id=907

Stars99Lobo37 06-10-2011 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by starsfan24 (Post 33547875)
The Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs of the CHL have ceased operations.

http://mudbugshockey.com/news/recent...article_id=907

Way to rub it in. :(

Knew it was coming, thought it was going to happen 2 years ago. Sad sad day for me and fellow Mudbug fans.

Starsfan24 06-16-2011 12:24 PM

Some significant Americans news, they traded star goalie Chris Whitley to the Wichita Thunder for 2 defensemen and a forward.

Frozen Failure 06-16-2011 12:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by starsfan24 (Post 33687805)
Some significant Americans news, they traded star goalie Chris Whitley to the Wichita Thunder for 2 defensemen and a forward.

Wow, they traded Whitley? He had his own fan section...

Dr GLU 06-21-2011 12:01 PM

They said did it since they expect to get an affiliate goaltender next year. I doubt it will be a Stars prospect, but rather an AHL backup they can stash in Allen because it will probably be a Bachman/Besko tandem in Austin for the majority of the year.

piqued 06-28-2011 09:04 PM

Backman and Monast not qualified so we officially have zero RFAs. Backman at 5'8 seems like a relic of another time these days. Monast was making some incremental progress, it's just that he's likely been passed by the 3 FA guys signed after him (Labrie/Coyle/Dillon) and there wouldn't have been room in Cedar Park. Someone's going to have to go to Idaho as it is.

Cin 06-29-2011 09:20 AM

Will Labrie be here next season?

piqued 06-29-2011 10:33 AM

Well, as of now the depth chart is
Larsen
Dillon
Lukowich
Fortunus
Spang

Then there's the group that could possibly return, or not
Ludwig
Benn
Stephenson

Then you have Labrie and Coyle who will be trying to make the team. I'd say Labrie is a slightly better bet than Coyle, but Coyle has connections to the Dallas coaching staff through Desjardins, so you never know... It'll probably be decided in AHL camp.

Frozen Failure 06-29-2011 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by piqued (Post 34289287)
Well, as of now the depth chart is
Larsen
Dillon
Lukowich
Fortunus
Spang

Then there's the group that could possibly return, or not
Ludwig
Benn
Stephenson

Then you have Labrie and Coyle who will be trying to make the team. I'd say Labrie is a slightly better bet than Coyle, but Coyle has connections to the Dallas coaching staff through Desjardins, so you never know... It'll probably be decided in AHL camp.

I sort of expect Lukowich to be up with Dallas.

piqued 07-01-2011 03:06 PM

Add Benn to the group coming back. That's 6.

Stars99Lobo37 07-02-2011 10:32 AM

Quote:

Frisco, Tex. – The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has signed defenseman Jordie Benn and center Ryan Garbutt each to one-year, two-way contracts, putting them both under contract through the 2011-12 season.
http://www.texasstarshockey.com/news...article_id=662

piqued 07-02-2011 06:15 PM

Rallo leaves for Florida, which probably means just heading further down 35 to San Antonio.

Cin 07-02-2011 07:00 PM

**** Texas has been decimated.

BigG44 07-02-2011 07:19 PM

They were last year as well, and they were fine. It's funny and not surprising that NHL teams that have affiliations with AHL teams in Texas' division seem to be the most common poacher.

To me that speaks volumes to the type of program Scott White and Glen Gulutzan were running down there. Look at what Dallas has been doing with the Chicago Blackhawks 4th liners. You copy and steal from the best in the business. Chicago, despite some cap fiascos, have developed quality NHLers. Hopefully Dallas gets to that point.

piqued 07-02-2011 08:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cin (Post 34562227)
**** Texas has been decimated.

Meh. It's the natural order of things. Fraser and Glennie enter, Gagnon and Rallo leave. Always better to give the ice time to people who could make a difference in the future.

________ 07-02-2011 09:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cin (Post 34562227)
**** Texas has been decimated.

Well, the offense has the potential to be a better now.

Stars99Lobo37 07-05-2011 11:10 AM

AHL announces realignment...

http://theahl.com/alignment-p171563

Stars in a Division with Houston, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, and Abbotsford now.

piqued 07-13-2011 01:03 PM

Someone named Jeff Pyle has been hired to coach Cedar Park. Apparently he's from the ECHL.

BigG44 07-13-2011 01:12 PM

Impressive resume

Quote:

Pyle, 52, joins the Stars from the Gwinnett Gladiators of the ECHL where he served as head coach for the past eight seasons. During his time with Gwinnett, Pyle posted a 309-210-57 record. He guided the Gladiators to the 2006 Kelly Cup Finals in his best season as head coach with a 50-15-7 record (.743), which also marked only the 9th time in the ECHL's 24-year history that a team achieved 50 wins. The Gladiators also compiled five straight 40-win seasons from 2003-08 with Pyle at the helm. Gwinnett qualified for the playoffs in six of Pyle’s eight seasons. Overall, his teams qualified for the playoffs nine out of 12 years with the ECHL.

He is tied with Dallas Stars head coach Glen Gulutzan, making three ECHL All-Star appearances behind the bench. Pyle sits in the top five for best coaching marks in the ECHL, including regular season wins (446, 3rd), seasons coached (12, 3rd), regular season games coached (860, 3rd), playoff appearances (9, 3rd) and playoff games coached (72, 5th). In 2006-07, his Gladiators set an ECHL record by scoring 120 power-play goals in one season. The season before, his squad turned in the third highest total in one season by notching 114 power-play tallies. In 2004-05, Gwinnett’s penalty kill set an ECHL record by allowing the fewest power-play goals in one season.

The Minneapolis, MN native also coached the Mobile Mysticks of the ECHL from 1998-02, going 137-113-34. After coaching in Germany for six seasons, Pyle was an assistant coach for Grand Rapids of the International Hockey League in 1997-98. He was a player/assistant coach in 1986-87 with Saginaw of the IHL.

Prior to coaching, he played 13 professional seasons in North America and Germany starting in 1981-82 with Binghamton of the AHL. Pyle played five seasons in the IHL, two with Flint and three with Saginaw. In 795 games spanning his 10-year career, Pyle amassed 1,313 points (490g-823a) and was named team MVP nine times and contributed to four league titles.

Cin 07-13-2011 01:32 PM

I'm curious to see who his assistant will be.

BigG44 07-13-2011 06:28 PM

More on Pyle from Hundred Degree Hockey

Quote:

"[Coach Pyle's] a smart hockey guy, and he's deserving of this opportunity," said GM Scott White, who coached the Columbia Inferno against Pyle in the ECHL. Pyle was selected from a short list of five who received in-person interviews with the team. The field ran the gamut from NHL and AHL assistants to ECHL coaches as well.

White indicated that Joe Nieuwendyk and Les Jackson really took a liking to Pyle because he has a lot of "Dallas Stars attributes" including passion, energy and knowledge about the game. That synergy with Dallas is seen as a huge plus for the new hire. "We're going to play the game that the Dallas Stars play," said White. "[Until now], we haven't had that vertical system and I believe that's going to benefit our players here"
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Pyle indicated that an up-tempo style would be showcased on the ice next season: "I like to be up-tempo. I like when the game opens up and we can be creative. When we have a chance to do the little things well and you can be offensive, I want them to go."
Quote:

A staple of Texas Stars hockey in their two years in the league has been defensive responsibility, and Coach Pyle intends to continue that style. "I want them to be as proud to stop a goal as they are to score one."
Quote:

Another big adjective describing Pyle was accountability. Recent Stars signing Ryan Garbutt, who played ten games for Pyle in Gwinnett before his callup to Chicago last season, said Pyle is a true player's coach. "He holds you accountable for winning. He instills success in his players. He pushes his players up to the next level and to be better all the time."

BigG44 07-13-2011 07:08 PM

Tweet from Hundred Degree Hockey

Quote:

Blogger for Everblades on Pyle. RT @SwampHockey: I'm amazed he's leaving [Gwinnett]. Always has a physical, punishing style.


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