Dustin Stevenson

#48D,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 220
Born:
Birth Place: Gull Lake, Saskatchewan
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: L
  • With surplus of forwards, which Stars are best suited for playing secondary position?
    SportsDay

    With surplus of forwards, which Stars are best suited for playing secondary position?

    Heika: It's going to be a mentally tough season, I believe, for Jason Spezza. In addition to the possibility of moving to the right wing for Spezza, you also hear of the plans for Radulov and Hanzal on the power play. If you do the math there, Spezza won't be on the first power play unit. Three years ago, Spezza was second on the team in power play minutes at 3:39 and had 26 power play points. Two years ago,he was fourth at 3:07 and had 24 points. Last year, he was fifth at 2:40 and had 19 points. It just seems they are reducing his usage, and moving to right wing and the second power play unit could reduce it even more. As always, we'll see what happens. Do you see any players that have the

  • Dallas Stars Daily Links: Solving the Stars’ Lineup Puzzle
    Defending Big D

    Dallas Stars Daily Links: Solving the Stars’ Lineup Puzzle

    The Dallas Stars signed some great new personnel during the 2017-18 offseason. Now fans want to know how new players will fit into the existing infrastructure. Mike Heika of The Dallas Morning News took on their questions during his weekly Stars chat, and he shared his own thoughts about who could have the biggest challenge finding his place: I think Martin Hanzal could have the toughest time. Hanzal averaged 18:35 with Arizona and then was traded to Minnesota, where he averaged 15:31. He said the transition to Minnesota was tough because the rhythm of his game was different. He'll face the same challenge in Dallas. He also said he doesn't play wing, he is a center. That could cause an issue