Marc Methot

#33D,
G
0
A
12
Pts
12
+/-
13
PPP
0
SOG
69
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 220
Born:
Birth Place: Ottawa, Ontario
Draft: 2003 6th round (168th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • 'It's all teaching with Hitch': How the Stars are still redefining themselves on defense under Ken Hitchcock
    SportsDay

    'It's all teaching with Hitch': How the Stars are still redefining themselves on defense under Ken Hitchcock

    Players who have been coached by Hitchcock in the past said the focus is primarily on hard work, and that makes understanding the system easier. "I've played with Hitch before, and I understand the details and what is expected of individuals," said Adam Cracknell, who was coached by Hitchcock in St. Louis. "It's something we want to be a lot better at this year. The best defense is a good offense, and we want guys who can move and use their bodies, because the less time we can spend in our zone the better." Of course, instituting those tenets with an ever changing roster in training camp is going to be challenging. Doing it while the league is trying to crack down on slashing and faceoff violations

  • Morning Flurries: Avs win & we remember Team North America
    Mile High Hockey

    Morning Flurries: Avs win & we remember Team North America

    After a lackluster performance in the preseason opener, the Avs came out flying last night and played a dominating 60 minutes, beating the Dallas Stars 5-1. Nail Yakupov looked great in his Avs debut and Chris Bigras took a step towards securing a spot in the opening night lineup. For those that missed the radio call, Eric has a great recap for us here. [MHH] After the game, Semyon Varlamov spoke about how he feels physically going into the season. One year ago yesterday, Nathan MacKinnon scored the overtime win that gave Team North America an unexpected win against Sweden at the World Cup of Hockey. TNA surprised a lot of fans, and this goal serves as the biggest highlight for a group of players

  • Why Nicholas Caamano Won’t Make The Dallas Stars Roster After Strong Camp And Preseason
    Defending Big D

    Why Nicholas Caamano Won’t Make The Dallas Stars Roster After Strong Camp And Preseason

    Don’t get too upset if the 19 year old Nicholas Caamano doesn't make the roster. Yes, the winger has turned in impressive outings after the next in camp and in preseason, turning out to be one of the best stories out of the off season, but his return to junior hockey is imminent. Originally drafted by Dallas 146th overall of the 2016 NHL draft, Nicholas Caamano spent his season with the Flint Firebirds of the OHL before getting a few games in with the Texas Stars after his season ended. Coming into this preseason, it seemed next to impossible that Caamano would make the NHL roster, but soon enough he made a name for himself and started to turn heads in the rookie prospect camp and Traverse City tournament.