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Game #69: vs Anaheim, 3/10 (7:00 PM, TXA21, 1310 AM, 104.1 FM)



YOUR DALLAS STARS (37-26-5, 79 pts) Vs The Anaheim Ducks (29-29-10, 68 pts)

Regular Season Game 69, Overall Game 76, National Hockey League Game 1,022

Where: American Airlines Center | Dallas, Texas
Date: Saturday, March 10th, 2012
Time: 7:00 PM Central Time
Stars Television/Radio: TXA21 | 1310 AM/104.1 FM The Ticket
Ducks Television/Radio: PrimeTicket | AM 830 KLAA
National TV/Radio: None | XM 216 | Sirius 215
Tonight's Officials: Referees - Stephane Auger, Dan O'Halloran | Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Pierre Racicot



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LAST GAME RECAP
Game: Dallas vs San Jose from the American Airlines Center
Result: Win 4-3 [Shootout]
Stars Game Thread | Sharks Game Thread
MEDIA COVERAGE
Articles
Article #1 - Dallas Morning News - "Stars keep streaking, find a way past San Jose."
Article #2 - Dallas Morning News - "Stars make gritty statement with 4-3 win over San Jose."
Article #3 - San Jose Mercury News - "Sharks fall to Stars in shootout, 4-3."
Article #4 - San Jose Mercury News - "Blown lead has Sharks shaking their head after 4-3 loss in Dallas."
Article #5 - ESPN Dallas - "Vincour powers surging Stars past Sharks."
Article #6 - DefendingBigD.com - "Stars hold Pacific Division lead with 4-3 shootout win."
Article #7 - BlackoutDallas.com - "Vincour, Lehtonen shine in 4-3 win over Sharks."
Audio
Glen Gulutzan
Tomas Vincour
Jamie Benn
Kari Lehtonen
Todd McLellan
GAME STATISTICS
Goal Scorers:
2nd - Dallas (1-0) - 12:16 - Ryder (Dowell | Daley)
2nd - San Jose (1-1) - 19:58 - Mitchell (Thornton | Vlasic)
3rd - San Jose (1-2) - 0:25 - Marleau (Thornton)
3rd - Dallas (2-2) - 6:42 - Benn (Garbutt | Burish)
3rd - San Jose (2-3) - 16:28 - Pavelski (Boyle | Thornton)
3rd - Dallas (3-3) - 18:45 - Vincour (Robidas | Benn)
SO - Dallas (4-3) - 5th Round - Tomas Vincour
Shots
Dallas: 1st - 8 | 2nd - 9 | 3rd - 15 | OT - 3 | Total - 35
San Jose: 1st - 16 | 2nd - 14 | 3rd - 13 | OT - 5 | Total - 48
Stats
Powerplays: Dallas - 0 For 2 | San Jose - 0 For 3
Faceoffs: Dallas - 28 For 64 | San Jose - 36 For 64
Hits: Dallas - 32 | San Jose - 25
Takeaways: Dallas - 5 | San Jose - 3
Giveaways: Dallas - 10 | San Jose - 1
Blocked Shots: Dallas - 22 | San Jose - 13
Missed Shots: Dallas - 17 | San Jose - 18
Time on Ice: Dallas - Goligoski [30:09] | San Jose - Boyle [29:37]
Goalies
Dallas: Lehtonen - 64:47 - 45 Saves - 48 Shots [W]
San Jose: Niemi - 64:58 - 32 Saves - 35 Shots [L]
Three Stars Of The Game
#1. Kari Lehtonen - Dallas | 45 Saves, 3 GAA
#2. Tomas Vincour - Dallas | Goal, Shootout Goal
#3. Patrick Marleau - San Jose | Goal
Officials
Referees: Paul Devorski | Francois St. Laurent
Linesmen: Mike Cvik | Shane Heyer

TEAM REPORT

THE DALLAS STARS
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: 37-26-5 with 79 Points
Standings: Pacific Division-1st, Western Conference-3rd, NHL-12th
Home Record: 19-12-3
Away Record: 18-14-2
Overtime Record: 3-1
Shootout Record: 6-4
Streak: 4 Game Winning Streak
Last Five Games:
03.08 - vs San Jose - W 4-3 (SO) - Box Score
03.06 - at Vancouver - W 5-2 - Box Score
03.04 - at Calgary - W 3-2 (SO) - Box Score
03.02 - at Edmonton - W 3-1 - Box Score
02.29 - vs Pittsburgh - L 4-3 (SO) - Box Score
Next Five Games:
03.13 - at Minnesota - 7:00 PM
03.14 - at Winnipeg - 7:30 PM
03.16 - vs Chicago - 7:30 PM
03.20 - vs Phoenix - 7:00 PM
03.22 - vs Vancouver - 7:30 PM
Team Stats:
Goals: 177 (16th)•
Goals Per Game: 2.60 (16th)•
Goals Allowed: 179 (12th)•
Goals Allowed Per Game: 2.63 (12th)•
Shots Per Game: 28.3 (22nd)•
Missed Shots: 859 (6th)•
Shots Allowed Per Game: 30.9 (24th)
Blocked Shots: 1,060 (6th)•
Powerplay: 14.7% (28th)
Penalty Kill: 82.9% (10th)•
Hits: 1,858 (3rd)•

THE ANAHEIM DUCKS
Mascot: Ducks
Colors: Black/Orange
Head Coach: Bruce Boudreau
Official Team Site: AnaheimDucks.com
HF Board: HFBoard.com - Anaheim Ducks
Fan Site: DucksFanZone.com
Record: 29-29-10 with 68 Points
Standings: Pacific Division-5th, Western Conference-12th, NHL-23rd
Home Record: 18-14-2
Away Record: 11-15-8
Overtime Record: 1-4
Shootout Record: 3-6
Streak: 1 Game Losing Streak
Last Five Games:
03.08 - at St. Louis - L 3-1 - Box Score
03.05 - vs Edmonton - W 4-2 - Box Score
03.03 - at Los Angeles - L 4-2 - Box Score
03.02 - vs Calgary - W 3-2 - Box Score
02.29 - vs Buffalo - L 2-0 - Box Score
Next Five Games:
03.12 - at Colorado - 8:00 PM
03.14 - vs Detroit - 9:00 PM
03.16 - vs Los Angeles - 9:00 PM
03.18 - vs Nashville - 7:00 PM
03.19 - at San Jose - 9:00 PM
Team Stats:
Goals: 168 (23rd)
Goals Per Game: 2.47 (23rd)
Goals Allowed: 185 (17th)
Goals Allowed Per Game: 2.72 (17th)
Shots Per Game: 27.9 (23rd)
Missed Shots: 858 (7th)
Shots Allowed Per Game: 28.9 (9th)•
Blocked Shots: 950 (15th)
Powerplay: 16.4% (17th)•
Penalty Kill: 81.6% (19th)
Hits: 1,557 (14th)

JERE LEHTINEN INJURY REPORT
DALLAS
Total Man Games Lost: 150
Current Players Injured (3):
Brenden Morrow - Day-To-Day - Upper Body
Sheldon Souray - Day-To-Day - Lower Body
Steve Ott - Day-To-Day - Back Spasms

ANAHEIM
Total Man Games Lost: 168
Current Players Injured (1):
Dan Ellis - IR - Groin Strain

DALLAS TEAM LEADERS
Points: Loui Eriksson - 61
Goals: Michael Ryder - 29
Assists: Loui Eriksson - 38
Hits: Steve Ott - 219
Plus/Minus: Sheldon Souray - +20
Penalty Minutes: Steve Ott - 124
Shots: Michael Ryder - 170
Blocked Shots: Trevor Daley - 99
Missed Shots: Jamie Benn - 72
Powerplay Goals: Michael Ryder - 6
Shorthanded Goals: Loui Eriksson - 2
Game Winning Goals: Jamie Benn - 6

GOALTENDERS
Kari Lehtonen | 27-15-4
Games Played: 47 (Started 47)
GAA: 2.30 (107 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .923% (1,274 of 1,381)
Shut Outs: 2

Richard Bachman | 8-3-1
Games Played: 15 (Started 13)
GAA: 2.54 (34 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .917% (376 of 410)
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

ANAHEIM TEAM LEADERS
Points: Teemu Selanne - 58
Goals: Corey Perry - 34
Assists: Teemu Selanne & Ryan Getzlaf - 37
Hits: Ryan Getzlaf - 163
Plus/Minus: Saku Koivu - +16
Penalty Minutes: Corey Perry - 92
Shots: Corey Perry - 249
Blocked Shots: Francois Beauchemin - 155
Missed Shots: Corey Perry - 92
Powerplay Goals: Corey Perry - 13
Shorthanded Goals: Bobby Ryan - 2
Game Winning Goals: Corey Perry - 6

GOALTENDERS
Jonas Hiller | 26-24-10
Games Played: 62 (Started 62)
GAA: 2.59 (155 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .909% (1,551 of 1,706)
Shut Outs: 3

Jeff Deslauriers | 1-0-0
Games Played: 1 (Started 0)
GAA: 2.00 (2 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .929% (26 of 28)
Shut Outs: 0

Dan Ellis | 1-5-0
Games Played: 10 (Started 5)
GAA: 2.72 (19 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .911% (195 of 214)
Shut Outs: 0

Iiro Tarkki | 1-0-0
Games Played: 1 (Started 0)
GAA: 4.39 (3 Goals Allowed)
Save %: .700% (7 of 10)
Shut Outs: 0



SEASON SERIES: Dallas 4-1-0
ALL TIME SERIES: 67-33-5-8 | Home: 39-13-2-2 | Away: 28-20-3-6
Dallas Goals: 338 ---- Anaheim Goals: 259
Regular Season: 61-27-5-8 | Home: 36-10-2-2 | Away: 25-17-3-6
Shoot Out: 4-4 | Home: 3-1 | Away: 1-3
Playoffs: 6-6 | Home: 3-3 | Away: 3-3
Record In Dallas: 67-33-5-8 | Home: 39-13-2-2 | Away: 28-20-3-6
Last Game In Series: 02.01.12 | at Anaheim | Win 6-2 | GAME RECAP | GAME THREAD | GAME HIGHLIGHTS

THIS SEASON vs the Ducks:
Meetings:
10.21 - Dallas 3 at Anaheim 1
12.19 - Dallas 5 vs Anaheim 3
01.10 - Dallas 2 at Anaheim 5
01.24 - Dallas 1 vs Anaheim 0
02.01 - Dallas 6 at Anaheim 2
03.12 - Dallas vs Anaheim
Goal Scorers:
DAL (17) - Eriksson (2), Ribeiro (2), Morrow, Goligoski (3), Ryder (2), Nystrom (2), Ott, Fiddler, Benn, Robidas, Souray
ANA (11) - Perry, Selanne, Visnovsky, Bonino, Koivu (3), Sbisa (2), Beleskey (2)
Goaltenders:
DAL - Lehtonen (1st|3rd|4th|5th) - 239:20 - 123 Shots - 116 Saves - 7 Goals Against - 3-1-0 Record
DAL - Bachman (2nd) - 59:56 - 28 Shots - 25 Saves - 3 Goals Against - 1-0-0 Record
ANA - Hiller (1st|2nd|4th|5th) - 236:55 - 94 Shots - 79 Saves - 15 Goals Against - 0-4-0 Record
ANA - Deslauriers (3rd) - 60:00 - 28 Shots - 26 Saves - 2 Goals Against - 1-0-0 Record
Special Teams:
DAL - 3 For 12 on Powerplay | 11 For 14 on Penalty Kill | 0 Shorthanded Goals
ANA - 3 For 14 on Powerplay | 9 For 12 on Penalty Kill | 0 Shorthanded Goals

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

PACIFIC DIVISION STANDINGS
1st. Dallas, 37-26-5, 79 Points
2nd. Phoenix, 33-25-10, 76 Points
3rd. San Jose, 33-24-9, 75 Points
4th. Los Angeles, 31-25-12, 74 Points
5th. Anaheim, 29-29-10, 68 Points
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WESTERN CONFERENCE GAMES
Edmonton Oilers At Colorado Avalanche (2:00 PM CT)
Columbus Blue Jackets At St. Louis Blues (7:00 PM CT)
Detroit Red Wings At Nashville Predators (7:00 PM CT)
Vancouver Canucks Vs Montreal (9:00 PM CT)

WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS
1st. St. Louis, 43(4)-18-7, 93 Points* (68 GP)
2nd. Vancouver, 42(7)-18-8, 92 Points* (68 GP)
3rd. Dallas, 37(6)-26-5, 79 Points* (68 GP)
4th. Detroit, 44(7)-21-3, 91 Points (68 GP)
5th. Nashville, 39(3)-21-7, 85 Points (67 GP)
6th. Chicago, 37(4)-25-7, 81 Points (69 GP)
7th. Phoenix, 33(5)-25-10, 76 Points (68 GP)
8th. San Jose, 33(6)-24-9, 75 Points (66 GP)
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9th. Calgary, 31(3)-25-12, 74 Points (68 GP)
10th. Los Angeles, 31(4)-25-12, 74 Points (68 GP)
11th. Colorado, 35(7)-30-4, 74 Points (69 GP)
12th. Anaheim, 29(3)-29-10, 68 Points (68 GP)
13th. Minnesota, 29(7)-29-10, 68 Points (68 GP)
14th. Edmonton, 26(4)-35-6, 58 Points (67 GP)
15th. Columbus, 22(3)-38-7, 51 Points (67 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 10th - vs Anaheim* - 7:00 PM - TXA21
Tuesday 13th - at Minnesota - 7:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest Plus
Wednesday 14th - at Winnipeg - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Friday 16th - vs Chicago - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Tuesday 20th - vs Phoenix* - 7:00 PM - NBC Sports Network
Thursday 22nd - vs Vancouver - 7:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Saturday 24th - vs Calgary - 1:00 PM - TXA21
Monday 26th - at Calgary - 7:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Wednesday 28th - at Edmonton - 8:30 PM - Fox Sports Southwest
Friday 30th - at Vancouver - 9:00 PM - Fox Sports Southwest Plus
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

  • Tonight's game against the Anaheim Ducks marks the 1,428th regular season game for the Stars since moving to the Lone Star State. Dallas is 746-477-125-79 (Wins-Losses-Ties-OT/SO Losses) in the previous 1,427 games.
  • Brenden Morrow is one power play goal away from moving into sole possession of 6th all-time in power play goals.
  • Loui Eriksson is one shorthanded goal away from moving into 8th all-time in shorthanded goals.
  • Kari Lehtonen is one shutout away from moving into 8th all-time in shutouts.
  • Kari Lehtonen is one overtime/shootout losses away from moving into 9th all-time in overtime/shootout losses.
  • Loui Eriksson is one shorthanded goal away from moving into 8th all-time in shorthanded goals.
  • Brenden Morrow is two shorthanded goals away from moving into 4th all-time in shorthanded goals.
  • Brenden Morrow is two points away from moving into 8th all-time in points.
  • Mike Ribeiro is four assists away from moving into 10th all-time in assists.
  • Kari Lehtonen is five games played away from moving into 10th all-time in goaltender games played.
  • Brenden Morrow is nine even strength goals away from moving into 6th all-time in even strength goals.
  • Brenden Morrow is nine assists away from moving into 9th all-time in assists.
  • Brenden Morrow is ten goals away from moving into 7th all-time in goals.
  • Kari Lehtonen is nine wins away from moving into 7th all-time in goaltender wins.
  • Glen Gulutzan is 12 wins away from moving into 9th all-time in coaching wins.
  • Kari Lehtonen is 22 losses away from moving into 9th all-time in goaltender losses.
  • Steve Ott is 24 penalty minutes away from moving into 4th all-time in penalty minutes.
  • Loui Eriksson is 32 power play goals from moving into 10th all-time in power play goals.
  • Loui Eriksson is 32 goals away from moving into 10th all-time in goals.
  • Loui Eriksson is 33 even strength goals from moving into 10th all-time in even strength goals.
  • Brenden Morrow is 36 games away from moving into 5th all-time in games played.
  • Kari Lehtonen is 63 saves from moving into 6th all-time in saves.
  • Kari Lehtonen is 122 goals against from moving into 10th all-time in goals against.
  • Kari Lehtonen is 562 minutes played away from moving into 9th all-time in goaltender minutes played.
  • Jamie Benn picked up his 150th career point with his goal against San Jose in the 3rd period.
  • Mark Fistric is one game away from 250 career games played.
  • Mike Ribeiro is two games away from 450 games played as a Dallas Star.
  • Mike Ribeiro is four points away from 400 points as a Dallas Star.
  • Jamie Benn is four penalty minutes away from 150 career penalty minutes.
  • Adam Burish is seven penalty minutes away from 150 penalty minutes as a Dallas Star.
  • Brenden Morrow is eight games away from 800 career games played.
  • Toby Petersen is eight games away from 250 games played as a Dallas Star.
  • Stephane Robidas is eight points away from 200 points as a Dallas Star.
  • Loui Eriksson is 11 games away from 450 career games played.
  • Jamie Benn is 13 assists away from 100 career assists.
  • Loui Eriksson is 15 goals away from 150 career goals.
  • Brenden Morrow is 16 goals away from 250 career goals.
  • Steve Ott is 16 goals away from 100 career goals.
  • Loui Eriksson is 17 assists away from 200 career assists.
  • Stephane Robidas is 18 penalty minutes away from 550 penalty minutes as a Dallas Star.
  • Alex Goligoski is 20 games away from 100 games played as a Dallas Star.
  • Brenden Morrow is 21 assists away from 300 career assists.
  • Kari Lehtonen is 22 games away from 150 games played as a Dallas Star.
  • Mike Ribeiro is 29 goals away from 150 goals as a Dallas Star.
  • Kari Lehtonen is 6-5-2 all-time against the Ducks in 13 games with a 2.76 goals against average and a .912 save percentage. He has one shut out.
  • Richard Bachman is 1-0-0 all-time against the Ducks in 1 game with a 3.00 goals against average and a .893 save percentage.
  • Michael Ryder is on a eight-game point streak (6 goals, 4 assists).
  • During their nine-game point streak, 12 different Stars have scored a goal.
  • Dallas has scored at least three goals in each of their last nine contests.
  • Dallas is just 11 wins away from equaling their win total as the North Stars.
  • Dallas has a 9-0-1 record against Canadian teams this season.
  • The Stars are 11-3-0 against the Northwest Division this season.
  • Dallas is 10-9-1 against the Pacific Division this season.
  • Dallas is 17-4-1 this season when a defenseman scores a goal.
  • Dallas is 63-0-7 over the past three seasons when holding a lead after two periods. Their last loss in regulation was on October 31st, 2009 against Nashville. Dallas is 22-0-2 this season.
  • Dallas is 15-2-0 when scoring at least four goals, and 14-2-0 when allowing one goal.
  • Dallas is 32-4-1, this season, when allowing two-or-fewer goals in a game.
  • The Stars will play a total of 14 back-to-back series in 2011-12. The Stars are 7-13-4 in games included in back-to-backs, going 6-4-2 in the first game while 1-9-2 in the second.
  • The Dallas Stars are 6-4 in shootouts this season. The Stars beat Phoenix (2-1 on 10.10) in Dallas, Phoenix (2-1 on 10.25) in Phoenix, Los Angeles (2-1 on 1.12) in Los Angeles, Minnesota (2-1 on 2.04) in Dallas, Calgary (2-0 on 3.04) in Calgary, and San Jose (1-0 on 3.08) in Dallas. The Stars lost to Toronto (1-0 on 11.25) in Dallas, Detroit (1-0 on 1.17) in Dallas, Buffalo (2-1 on 2.10) in Buffalo, and Pittsburgh (3-2 on 2.29) in Dallas. To see full stats of the shoot out, CLICK HERE

OPPONENT LOOK: THE ANAHEIM DUCKS
  • Jonas Hiller is 4-7-1 all-time against the Stars in 13 games with a 2.83 goals against average and a .911 save percentage.
  • Jeff Deslauriers is 2-1-0 all-time against the Stars in 3 games with a 2.60 goals against average and a .910 save percentage.
  • Teemu Selanne is one point away from passing Jari Kurri with 1,398 points and taking sole possession of 19th all-time in NHL scoring.
  • Corey Perry has three goals in his previous two games and 11 overall in his last 14 games.
  • Teemu Selanne leads all ducks with 38 goals and 45 assists for 83 points in 92 career games against the Stars.
  • Anaheim has lost their last three road games.
  • The Ducks are 19-7-4 in their last 30 contests.
  • Anaheim has outshot its opponents in seven of their last nine games.

DALLAS RECORDS & STATISTICS
  • Day games (before 5 pm): 4-1-0
  • Night games: 33-25-5
  • When leading after 1st Period: 17-3-1
  • When trailing after 1st Period: 2-18-3
  • When tied after 1st Period: 17-5-1
  • When leading after 2nd Period: 22-0-2
  • When trailing after 2nd Period: 4-22-0
  • When tied after 2nd Period: 11-4-3
  • When scoring first: 25-7-3
  • When trailing first: 12-19-2
  • When scoring a powerplay goal: 18-5-3
  • When not scoring a powerplay goal: 19-21-2
  • When allowing a powerplay goal: 12-14-2
  • When not allowing a powerplay goal: 25-12-3
  • 1-goal games: 18-7-5
  • 2-goal games: 9-5
  • 3-goal games: 10-14

THE ZUBIE SHOOTOUT REPORT
Record: 6-4
Home: 3-3
Away: 3-1
Goals: 13-10
Games
76th All-Time - 10.10.11 - vs Phoenix - Win 2-1 - Lehtonen 2 Saves on 3 Shooters - Goals: Eriksson, Ribeiro - Win 2-1
77th All-Time - 10.25.11 - at Phoenix - Win 3-2 - Lehtonen 7 Saves on 8 Shooters - Goals: Ryder, Daley - Win 2-1
78th All-Time - 11.25.11 - vs Toronto - Loss 4-3 - Lehtonen 2 Saves on 3 Shooters - Goals: None - Loss 1-0
79th All-Time - 01.12.12 - at Los Angeles - Win 5-4 - Lehtonen 3 Saves on 3 Shooters - Goals: Eriksson - Win 1-0
80th All-Time - 01.17.12 - vs Detroit - Loss 3-2 - Bachman 2 Saves on 3 Shooters - Goals: None - Loss 1-0
81st All-Time - 02.04.12 - vs Minnesota - Win 2-1 - Lehtonen 2 Saves on 3 Shooters - Goals: Eriksson, Benn - Win 2-1
82nd All-Time - 02.10.12 - at Buffalo - Loss 3-2 - Lehtonen 3 Saves on 5 Shooters - Goals: Benn - Loss 2-1
83rd All-Time - 02.29.12 - vs Pittsburgh - Loss 4-3 - Lehtonen 1 Save on 4 Shooters - Goals: Eriksson, Benn - Loss 3-2
84th All-Time - 03.04.12 - at Calgary - Win 3-2 - Lehtonen 2 Saves on 2 Shooters - Goals: Benn, Eriksson - Win 2-0
85th All-Time - 3.08.12 - vs San Jose - Win 4-3 - Lehtonen 5 Saves on 4 Shooters - Goals: Vincour - Win 1-0
Totals For Season - Shooters
Loui Eriksson - 5 For 10 (1 Game Winner)
Mike Ribeiro - 1 For 6 (1 Game Winner)
Michael Ryder - 1 For 7
Jamie Benn - 4 For 7 (2 Game Winners)
Sheldon Souray - 0 For 1
Brenden Morrow - 0 For 1
Steve Ott - 0 For 1
Trevor Daley - 1 For 2 (1 Game Winner)
Tomas Vincour - 1 For 2 (1 Game Winner)
Team: 12 For 31 | 12 Goals
Totals For Season - Goaltenders
Lehtonen: 6-3 | 27 Saves - 36 Shots | 9 Goals Against
Bachman: 0-1 | 2 Saves - 3 Shots | 1 Goal Against
Team: 6-4 | 29 Saves - 39 Shots | 10 Goals Against

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Theoretically Ducks can also take a Playoff spot so it will be tough game = nothing new for Stars
Finally, we have Morrow back Dallas must win!!!

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Finally, we MIGHT have Morrow back Dallas must win!!!
The interesting discussion though is what happens now if Ott and Morrow are both ready tomorrow.

The Top 6 topic has been discussed so I'll just say we all agree that some combination of Benn, Eriksson, Morrow, Ott, Ribeiro, and Ryder makes up that group.

Third line .... I don't think there's any real question considering how reluctant they've been to mess with that group.

That leaves the 4th line. Garbutt and Burish have both been played in the Top 6 over Wandell. However, Wandell has only played in the Top 6 as a center which obviously wasn't a need. Still, I think Garbutt and Burish probably have inched their way above Wandell. Plus, both can serve as center or wing on the 4th line.

This would seem to indicate that Wandell or Vincour are the potential scratches along with Dowell and Petersen. Just based on the most recent game, I can't see Gully taking Vincour out after his best performance as a Dallas Star.

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I am ready for this game, I will be making the drive to Dallas...can't wait to see how pumped the AAC is going to be tonight! The Stars just need to keep on rollin' and get another two points.

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Working tonight, so I'm gonna miss this one.

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via Twitter from Dallas Stars and Defending Big D, Ott and Morrow are on the ice for the morning skate.

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Ott is playing tonight unless he has a setback, and Morrow thinks he's ready (up to Gulutzan).

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so is wandell or vincour the odd man out?

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so is wandell or vincour the odd man out?
I would pick Garbutt, then Vincour, then Wandell as being the most likely candidates to make friends with the press box.

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I think it would be hard for him to sit Vincour tonight after how he played against San Jose, and Garbutt has just been tearing it up when he has been on the ice...I think Wandell gets the scratch.

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Going to be missing this one tonight, hopefully we can continue our hot streak! Go Stars!

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Don't have great seats tonight being is they are in the defensive zone, but can't complain because they were free. Go Stars Go! Keep it rollin!

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The obvious scratch is Garbutt. It's a nice story and all, but sentimentality has no place in sports. He was playing on adrenaline and has now come back to Earth in a big way. He looks like a 26 year old AHLer. That's why you never judge a player on their first 10 games.

The 4th line needs its center. Vincour-Wandell-Burish.

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Why are we talking about the forward lines when the D pairs look like this:
Goligoski-Robidas
Fistric-Daley
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I think it would be hard for him to sit Vincour tonight after how he played against San Jose, and Garbutt has just been tearing it up when he has been on the ice...I think Wandell gets the scratch.
I think itll probalby be wandell too although i wouldnt really call what Garbutt does as tearing it up. Hes been a nice addition and has provided energy but he isn't particularly good.

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The obvious scratch is Garbutt. It's a nice story and all, but sentimentality has no place in sports. He was playing on adrenaline and has now come back to Earth in a big way. He looks like a 26 year old AHLer. That's why you never judge a player on their first 10 games.

The 4th line needs its center. Vincour-Wandell-Burish.
I pretty much agree with this assessment I just don't think that is what is going to happen. I'd say Garbutt is certainly capable of being a 4th liner in the NHL but he's not better than wandell or vincour. Also yeah we've seen time and time again where a guy comes up from teh AHL and makes a quick impact only to fall flat a short time later. Most teams have guys like this and some last longer than others but rarely do any of them burst onto the scene and have much lasting impact.

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Its gotta be Garbutt. If Vincour gets scratched after his best effort of the season, I'm going to mail anthrax to Gulutzan's house.

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I hope Morrow comes out with fire in his blood ready to show that he can still help this team. They made some big strides without him and have pretty much shown he's not a necessity this year. Gotta believe he wants to prove he can still contribute.

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I hope Morrow comes out with fire in his blood ready to show that he can still help this team. They made some big strides without him and have pretty much shown he's not a necessity this year. Gotta believe he wants to prove he can still contribute.
I still belive that Morrow can help this team and I do not think (
what others people are saying) that the only thing he can do is screen
opponents goalkeeper and shoot to empty net from Ribs pass :/
more faith for our captain GO!!! ST/\RS!!!

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Am interested to see how Gully manages him. More interested to see how he plays. Just hope his mistakes (cause we all know they're gonna be there) don't cost us.

Just happy we don't have to suffer another game of Garbutt, Benn, and Burish all together. Uck.

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Who's up for Souray?

I was wondering if we might dress 13 forwards, 5 D. Screw Pardy. It'd help keep Morrow and Ott both from being overworked, and there wouldn't be an argument over anyone sitting.

If Pardy is up, though, I think the smartest idea would be to sit Burish. But that won't happen.

Garbutt - Wandell - Vincour

Just seems so great, and was a dominant line when they were out there. That's the definition of an energy line right there. Offensively capable, extremely fast, and physical.

But Garbutt will probably sit for this one, even though he's done nothing to deserve it.

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