Antoine Roussel

#21LW,
G
12
A
15
Pts
27
+/-
1
PPP
3
SOG
82
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200
Born:
Birth Place: Roubaix, France
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: L
  • Ben Bishop’s new Stars mask features a traditional glow-in-the-dark paint job
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    Ben Bishop’s new Stars mask features a traditional glow-in-the-dark paint job

    Ben Bishop may have a new home for the upcoming hockey season, but he’s brought the glow-in-the-dark paint with him. Over the weekend, professional artist David Gunnarsson unveiled Bishop’s new mask for the Dallas Stars, who traded for the goaltender back in May, and it heavily features glow in the dark neon. Most importantly, it features a glow in the dark outline of the state of Texas. The mask, black with electric neon green line art of the state of Texas and the Stars logo, is almost identical to the one he wore with the Tampa Bay Lightning and his brief time with the Los Angeles Kings last season. Gunnarsson has been working with Bishop for years on his masks, and the original one for the

  • Report: Anaheim Ducks not interested in Jaromir Jagr, but Calgary Flames could be
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    Report: Anaheim Ducks not interested in Jaromir Jagr, but Calgary Flames could be

    Days after Los Angeles Kings general manager Rob Blake ruled out at least one possible destination for NHL legend and 45-year-old free agent Jaromir Jagr, another team appears to be out of the mix for the former Florida Panthers forward. Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reports via NHL Network, according to FanRag Sports' Chris Nichols, that the Anaheim Ducks are not interested in Jagr. This comes despite rumors among several teams that "maybe Anaheim might be interested." However, per Friedman, the Calgary Flames have "kind of looked at" the possibility of adding the longtime winger. Flames coach Glen Gulutzan coaches Jarg when both were with the Dallas Stars. Calgary has been deemed a potential

  • The Stars were the 'champions of the offseason' -- Will Dallas lead the Central with its new talent?
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    The Stars were the 'champions of the offseason' -- Will Dallas lead the Central with its new talent?

    The Stars were the "champions of the offseason," IMO. If you had to predict the Central Division standings based on each team's offseason, how does everyone fall? Heika: It's an extremely tight group, but here is what I think on Aug. 21: 1. Dallas - Hitch usually gets great results in his first year 2. Nashville - Predators learned a lot in playoff run, and keep growing with new players. 3. Chicago - They are declining, but I just can't write them off yet. 4. Minnesota - This is as low as I would put them. They could win division. 5. St. Louis - History of consistency keeps them in pack. 6. Winnipeg - They are improving, but I just can't push them up ladder yet.