Dallas Stars

Dallas Stars

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  • Goals For
    178 GF
  • Goals Against
    174 GA
  • Power Play %
    21.1 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    79.7 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    568 PIM
  • 105.3 The Fan

    Dube Scores Twice As Flames Beat Stars 3-2 In Game 1

    Rasmus Andersson snapped a tie after Dillon Dube scored twice in the first period for the confident Calgary Flames, who beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 in Game 1 of their best-of-seven Western Conference playoff series Tuesday. It feels good. You can feel the chemistry in the room and the trust between the guys,” Flames defenseman TJ Brodie said.

  • Stark Reminders: Time and Goals are a Construct
    Defending Big D

    Stark Reminders: Time and Goals are a Construct

    The game in Toronto may have proved that time is a construct (and given us all an existential crisis or two as a result), but the game in Edmonton proved that goals — the good, the bad, and the fluky — are also a construct. Reminder No. Hello?

  • Milan Lucic Has Turned Back the Clock With the FlamesDraft SharePreviewPublish
    Sports Illustrated

    Milan Lucic Has Turned Back the Clock With the FlamesDraft SharePreviewPublish

    Admit it: You thought Milan Lucic was done. The once-intimidating power forward had been a non-factor for most of the season for the Calgary Flames and only arrived in town via trade from Edmonton in a rare intra-Alberta swap for James Neal, in which both teams were trying to salvage something from bad contracts that had been signed. Not only that, but the winger was taking all the face-offs on his line with Sam Bennett and Dillon Dube—and Lucic was really good, winning 69% of his draws.