December 4th - The Stars have recalled D Philip Larsen from Texas Stars.
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Trevor Daley supposedly the one who is banged up.
Second reassign - January 13th
January 5th - The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has placed center Toby Petersen on injured reserve, retroactive to Jan. 2. The club has also recalled defenseman Philip Larsen from the Texas Stars, Dallas’ primary affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL).
Larsen, 21, has played in 29 games for Texas so far this season, posting 13 points (0g, 13a) and eight penalty minutes. He has also appeared in three games for Dallas this season, accruing one assist. The Esbjerg, Denmark, native made his NHL debut last season with the club, appearing in two games and collecting one assist. Larsen was selected by the Stars in the fifth round (149th overall) of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has assigned defenseman Philip Larsen to the Texas Stars, Dallas’ primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL).
Larsen, 21, has skated in three games for Dallas this season, collecting one assist. He has spent the majority of 2010-11 with Texas, playing in 18 games, recording nine assists and four penalty minutes. The Esbjerg, Sweden, native made his NHL debut last season with Dallas, dressing in two games and posting one assist.
He has a lot of positives but also needs a little seasoning. Weight/muscle is going to be a big factor (he's a stick!), and he needs to stop telegraphing what he's about to do quite as obviously. But he's performed well and will be good consistent contributor in a year or so.
He may look thin and weak but his quite strong and agile, and I think he could handle the defence quite well once hes gotten a few games getting to know the league. That was when he first arrived in Sweden to play junior hockey, and when he took the step up to the SEL; You think how on earth will he survive out there, but fifteen games later he is handling the opposing forwards like a five year veteran.
He plays on a different level than Larsen, no disrespect to Larsen. As for the All-Star selection, he is the only player on the Sens having a good season and will certainly fit in with the All-Star crowd.