Dallas Stars minor league system well-stocked with young talent
Another season, another bench boss in Cedar Park, Texas, where the Dallas Stars top minor league affiliate hones its skills and patiently waits. On their third coach in as many seasons, some of the more seasoned Stars have seen a number of different looks, schemes, and systems while a talented group of rookies is learning the professional game for the first time. Past the quarter pole, the Stars seem more than competent. They stand second in the division and fifth in the tight Western Conference.
Former Dallas associate coach, Willie Desjardins, has brought a more defensive-minded scheme to the young Stars and is demanding a lot from his defensemen and centers especially.… read more
HF really seems to be pumping out material this year.
All the reasons I'm scared Dallas will expose him to waivers and lose him for nothing:
Sceviour is an industrious player that finds himself in all situations at multiple positions. His versatility cannot be overstated and he is valuable utility player for coach Desjardins. His clean and efficient style has been utilized in a top-six role this season and he is a more-than-competent defensive conscience to a scoring line.
I'd really hate to see them lose a valuable depth piece because of overpaid Bottom 6 guys in Morrow, Fiddler, and Nystrom.