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@ Calgary Flames GT, 3/9


Regular Season Game 63, Overall Game 71

Where: Pengrowth Saddledome | Calgary, Alberta
Date: Thursday, March 9th
Time: 8:00 PM Central Time
TV/Rado: KDFI 27 | WBAP 820 AM | Chat Room

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Last Game:
Dallas: W @ Edmonton 4-3 [OT/SO] - Story - Game Recap
Calgary: L vs Nashville 3-2 - Story - Game Recap

Notes
The Dallas Stars - 41-18-3 with 85 Points
Pacific Division-1st, Western Conference-2nd, NHL-4th
Home Record: 21-10-1
Away Record: 20-8-2
Last 10 Games: 6-3-1 [3 Game Winning Streak]
Overtime Record: 11-3 [9-0 Shoot Out]
The Stars have 1 player injured
Patrick Traverse | IR | Ankle

The Calgary Flames - 35-19-7 with 77 points
Northwest Division-1st, Western Conference-3rd, NHL-T9th
Home Record: 22-7-3
Away Record: 13-12-4
Last 10 Games: 5-3-2 [1 Game Losing Streak]
Overtime Record: 4-7 [2-5 Shoot Out]
The Flames have 1 player injuries
Roman Hamrlik | IR | Broken hand

Stats:
Goals: Dallas-201 Calgary-159
Goals Per Game: Dallas- Calgary-
Goals Allowed: Dallas-170 Calgary-145
Goals Allowed Per Game: Dallas- Calgary-
Shots Per Game: Dallas-29.0 Calgary-28.4
Shots Allowed Per Game: Dallas-25.3 Calgary-26.8
Powerplay: Dallas-16.1% Calgary-18.0%
Penalty Kill: Dallas-83.0% Calgary-83.4%

All Time Series:
Record in Dallas: Dallas 24-12-10
Last Game In Series: 10/22/05 - vs Calgary - W 2-1
Season Series: Dallas 2-0-0
Games-
10/13 - Calgary: 2 vs Dallas: 3 [OT]
10/22 - Calgary: 1 @ Dallas: 2
03/09 - Calgary vs Dallas
03/22 - Calgary @ Dallas
This Season vs The Flames
Powerplay: 2 of 11
Penalty Kill: 12 of 13
Goals: Dallas 5-3
Goalies - Dallas: 2-0-0 Calgary: 0-1-1
[DAL] - Turco (1st/2nd) - 124:04 - 47 of 50 Saves - 3 Goals Againist
[CGY] - Kiprusoff (1st/2nd) - 123:21 - 40 of 45 Saves - 5 Goals Againist

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Pacific Division Standings
1st. Dallas, 41-18-3, 85 Points
2nd. Los Angeles, 35-23-5, 75 Points
3rd. Anaheim, 28-20-12, 68 Points
4th. San Jose, 28-23-8, 64 Points
5th. Phoenix, 29-29-4, 62 Points
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Western Conference Standings
1st. Detroit, 41-15-5, 87 Points*
2nd. Dallas, 41-18-3, 85 Points*
3rd. Calgary, 35-19-7, 77 Points*
4th. Nashville, 35-19-7, 79 Points
5th. Vancouver, 35-22-5, 75 Points
6th. Colorado, 35-23-6, 76 Points
7th. Los Angeles, 35-23-5, 75 Points
8th. Edmonton, 32-21-9, 73 Points
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9th. Anaheim, 28-20-12, 68 Points
10th. Minnesota, 30-28-6, 66 Points
11th. San Jose, 28-23-8, 64 Points
12th. Phoenix, 29-29-4, 62 Points
13th. Columbus, 24-36-2, 50 Points
14th. Chicago, 20-32-9, 49 Points
15th. St.Louis, 18-32-10, 46 Points

*=Division Leader
X=Clinched Playoff Spot
Y=Clinced Division Championship
Z=Clinched Conference Championship
Pacific Division Games Played Tonight
Dallas Stars @ Calgary Flamess
Anaheim Mighty Ducks - No Game
Los Angeles Kings @ Detroit Red Wings
Phoenix Coyotes @ Columbus Blue Jackets
San Jose Sharks vs Edmonton Oilers

Next Five Stars Games
03/11 (Saturday) - @ Vancovuer - 9:00 PM - KDFI 27 [CBC]
03/13 (Monday) - vs Vancouver - 7:30 PM - OLN
03/16 (Thursday) - @ Los Angeles - 9:30 PM - FSN Southwest
03/18 (Saturday) - @ San Jose - 3:00 PM - FSN Southwest
03/20 (Monday) - vs Anaheim - 7:30 PM - FSN Southwest

Star Gazing
  • Dallas is 73-6-6 when leading after the 1st Period since Dave Tippett took over as Stars head coach three seasons ago. Dallas is 21-1-1 this season.
  • Dave Tippett is 128-61-28-9 as the head coach of the Dallas Stars with the 4-3 win over Edmonton Tuesday.
  • With four goals againist the Oilers, Dallas has now kept from being shut out in 78 consectutive games. Dallas's last shut out was againist Detroit in the 03-04 season on March 13th, in a 3-0 game. In the Stars' 61 games this season, only three teams (Detroit 4-1, Phoenix 4-1, Minnesota 2-1) have kept the Stars from scoring atleast two goals in the game. This is the longest the team has gone without being shutout since they moved to Dallas in 1993. The previous mark was held by the inaugural 1993-94 Dallas Stars squad who were first shutout in their 38th contest of the season. The franchise mark for consecutive games from a start of a season without being shutout is held by the 1982-83 team who were shutout only once and that came in their 79th game.
  • The Dallas Stars are now 9-0 in shootouts this season, having beaten Colorado in Denver on Nov. 5 (2-0), the Sharks in San Jose on Nov. 12 (2-0), the Hurricanes on Dec. 2 (2-1) in Dallas, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim on Jan. 6 (2-1) in Dallas, the Boston Bruins on Jan. 14th (1-0) in Boston, the Blues on Jan. 25th (2-0) in Dallas, the Avalanche in Denver on Jan. 26th (2-1), the Red Wings on Jan. 28th (3-2) in Dallas, and the Oilers in Edmonton on March 7th (2-0). Jussi Jokinen is nine for nine during the shootouts and Marty Turco is 15 of 18 in net for the Stars. Dallas is the only team remaining in the NHL that has not lost a shoot out
  • When trailing after one period, the Stars are 11-12-2 on the season. And when trailing after two periods, the Stars are now 8-14-1 on the season. The 11 wins when trailing after 1 period is the best in the NHL this season and the 8 wins when trailing after 2 periods is also the best in the NHL this season. Dallas has won 22 games this season when falling behind some point during the game.
  • Dallas is 13-1-1 this season when scoring four goals, and 16-0-0 when allowing one goal. The Stars also have posted a 39-4-2 record this season when allowing three goals or less. Their record is the third best in the NHL.
  • The Stars will play a total of 15 back-to-back series in 2005-06. The Stars are currently 18-6-0 in games included in back-to-backs this season. The Stars dominated Colorado Saturday 5-3 and will face Chicago Sunday. The Stars are 9-3-0 in the first game while 9-3-0 in the second.
  • Dallas won their 41st game of the season Tuesday againist the Oilers. With 20 games left, Dallas has to win 11 games and they will hold the francise record for most wins in a season. The francise record is 51 wins in a regular season held by the 98-99 Stanley Cup Champion Stars. The 98-99 team is the only team in francise history to win atleast 50 games.
  • Going into tonight's contest againist Calgary, Dallas has won six consectutive games againist the Flames. Dallas swept the season series last year againist the Flames ans has won both games this season. Dallas finished 1-0-1-2 againist the Flames in the 02-03 season.

Team Leaders
Points: Jason Arnott - 58
Goals: Jere Lehtinen - 28
Assists: Sergei Zubov - 42
+/-: Mike Modano - +27
Penalty Minutes: Brenden Morrow - 143

Goalies
Marty Turco - 32-15-3
GAA: 2.65
Save %: .893%
Shut Outs: 3

Johan Hedberg - 9-3-0
GAA: 2.75
Save %: .892%
Shut Outs: 0

Shoot Out Look
Record: 9-0
Home: 4-0
Away: 5-0
Goals: 18-5
Shooters
Sergei Zubov: 6 for 9 - 4 Game Winner
Jussi Jokinen: 9 for 9 - 2 Game Winner
Mike Modano: 2 for 4 - 2 Game Winner
Antti Miettinen: 1 for 2 - 1 Game Winner
Team: 18 For 24 | 18 Goals
Goaltenders
Turco: 7-0 | 14 Saves - 17 Shots | 3 Goal Againist
Hedberg: 2-0 | 5 Saves - 7 Shots | 2 Goals Againist
Team: 9-0 | 19 Saves - 24 Shots | 5 Goals Againist
Shoot Out Games
11/05/05 - @ Colorado 3-2 W [2-0] - Turco
11/12/05 - @ San Jose 3-2 W [2-0] - Turco
12/02/05 - vs Carolina 5-4 W [2-1] - Hedberg
1/06/06 - vs Anaheim 4-3 W [2-1] - Hedberg [4 Rounds]
1/14/06 - @ Boston 2-1 W [1-0] - Turco
1/25/06 - vs St.Louis 4-3 W [2-0] - Turco
1/26/06 - @ Colorado 3-2 W [2-1] - Turco
1/28/06 - vs Detroit 2-1 W [3-2] - Turco [4 Rounds]
3/07/06 - @ Edmonton 4-3 W [2-0] - Turco

All Star Game 2007 - Texas Size
The National Hockey League, in conjunction with the Dallas Stars and American Airlines Center, announced on Monday, January 23 that the Dallas Stars will host the 2007 NHL All-Star Celebration, January 22-24, 2007, at American Airlines Center and venues throughout the area. The 55th NHL All-Star Game will be played at American Airlines Center on Wednesday evening, January 24, 2007. The arena will also hold the NHL SuperSkills and the YoungStars Game on Tuesday, January 23. There will also be a Monday All-Star event at American Airlines Center, with planning currently in its infancy stages. More details on the Monday event will be announced at a later date. This will mark the first non-weekend NHL All-Star events since 1989 when the 40th NHL All-Star GAme was played in Edmonton on a Tuesday. The All Star Game that will be coming to Dallas in the 2007 season will be the 10th All Star Game all time in the State of Texas and the first for the National Hockey League. The game will follow the traditional East vs. West format, rather than the North America vs. World format that was used from 1998-2002.
Dates To Know -
January 22nd, 2007 - Special All-Star Event
January 23rd, 2007 - Skills Competition
January 24th, 2007 - All Star Game

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Stars fall 1-0. Get shut out for the first time this season. Unbelieveable goaltending game.

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Good game by both sides. Calgary managed to hold Dallas to a few quality chances even on the 5 on 3s and when Dallas did manage to break few a few times Kippers was there to come up big.

(just thought someone else should post in your thread)

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Bleh, quite the goaltending duel.
If I didn't drink so much, I'd be more pissed.
I hate being shutout.
But holding Calgary to 1 goal is goooooodish.
Although I thought I was watching old school NHL.
But I'm wrong, it was all goaltending.

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The Stars played a great game. They deserved to win, and it just came down to who got the break first.

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Bleh, quite the goaltending duel.
If I didn't drink so much, I'd be more pissed.
I hate being shutout.
But holding Calgary to 1 goal is goooooodish.
Although I thought I was watching old school NHL.
But I'm wrong, it was all goaltending.
It's not that hard to hold Calgary to 1 goal.

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It's not that hard to hold Calgary to 1 goal.
Hahaha. True. They are in the bottom 5 for teams in terms of goals scored.

I think Calgary is ripe for an upset come playoff time. They play every game like it's the playoffs. The Olympic Break helped them but I think by the time the postseason comes around they are going to be so physically and, more importantly, mentally exhausted that they will fall in the first round.
They desperately need scoring. I still can't believe the best thing they could get was Jamie Lundmark.
Iginla looks slow and lethargic out there most nights. I guess if they get on a roll and their collection of 3rd line players put in a goal here and there they could go far. But I think they're ready to be upset.

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If Kipper gets hurt they are awful

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If Kipper gets hurt they are awful
Well, considering their record over the last couple years is over .500 without Kiprusoff, I'd say they would definitely be worse, but not awful.

Take a starting goalie off any team and they will not be nearly as good. You think the Stars would go anywhere with Johan Hedberg? No.

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Well, considering their record over the last couple years is over .500 without Kiprusoff, I'd say they would definitely be worse, but not awful.

Take a starting goalie off any team and they will not be nearly as good. You think the Stars would go anywhere with Johan Hedberg? No.
Considering Hedberg is like 9-2 this year, sure..

If you exclude the goalies, the Stars have a better team than the Flames. Heck, even when you include the goalies.

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Considering Hedberg is like 9-2 this year, sure..

If you exclude the goalies, the Stars have a better team than the Flames. Heck, even when you include the goalies.
You think? I mean they are above them in the standings so obviously they are the better team, but I doubt that makes you feel better losing last night.

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Folks, is it REALLY necessary to troll their board? We won fairly, they lost with dignity and pride, the two teams will get together again in a few weeks and give us another barnburner to watch... let it go.

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It was a hard fought game, Dallas controlled the game, both goaltenders played great, Kipper just played better.

It just sucks because we had not been shutout all year, also Kipper had never beaten the Stars and in the last 10 games against the Flames we had not lost

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Considering Hedberg is like 9-2 this year, sure..

If you exclude the goalies, the Stars have a better team than the Flames. Heck, even when you include the goalies.
Actually, we'd both be neck-and-neck if you took away the shootout victories the Stars have. I like the Stars as a team and I think they're a serious Cup contender this year, but the only real edge the Stars have is in the shootouts (where we are, admittedly, godawful).

As far as Hedberg goes, he's the best backup in the league (after Biron, I suppose). Not a lot of teams have the luxury of having a backup like him.

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Hahaha. True. They are in the bottom 5 for teams in terms of goals scored.

I think Calgary is ripe for an upset come playoff time. They play every game like it's the playoffs. The Olympic Break helped them but I think by the time the postseason comes around they are going to be so physically and, more importantly, mentally exhausted that they will fall in the first round.
They desperately need scoring. I still can't believe the best thing they could get was Jamie Lundmark.
Iginla looks slow and lethargic out there most nights. I guess if they get on a roll and their collection of 3rd line players put in a goal here and there they could go far. But I think they're ready to be upset.
Actually, they made the finals last year for that very reason. Everyone thought they were down & out after each round because they were too exhausted, banged up, etc. (especially against the far more talented Red Wings), but they just kept on plugging along. And yes, it's not hard to limit our scoring, but it's really hard to score on us.

But yeah, good game. Nice to finally get a win over you guys, considering how long you've had our number. I have to admit, I was really impressed when I learned that was the first time the Stars were shut out this season.


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Actually, we'd both be neck-and-neck if you took away the shootout victories the Stars have. I like the Stars as a team and I think they're a serious Cup contender this year, but the only real edge the Stars have is in the shootouts (where we are, admittedly, godawful).
I'd take the Stars and plenty of other team's forwards over the Flames' anyday..

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I'd take the Stars and plenty of other team's forwards over the Flames' anyday..
...and I'd take the Flames' defense over the Stars' anyday. So we're even.

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...and I'd take the Flames' defense over the Stars' anyday. So we're even.
We might, though I think the differences on the blueline are much smaller than up front. Either way, this has lead to a rather pointless arguement.

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We might, though I think the differences on the blueline are much smaller than up front.
Perhaps - the Stars' blueline is pretty freakin' good. I still think we match up pretty evenly, though.

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Either way, this has lead to a rather pointless arguement.
Agreed. We could argue our opinions for months and months and really get nowhere.

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I thought Calgary was fairly awesome at owning the front of the net. The second chances were few and far between. The only real weakness defensively was the neutral zone turnovers, although the Stars offense was too anemic to capitalize.

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