Stars: Dallas Back at Work as League Announces More COVID-19 Cases

The NHL has confirmed 27 cases of COVID-19 during training camp. The news comes one sleep away from the start of the new season. The league confirmed 12,000 tests administered to over 1,200 players from December 30, 2020, through January 11, 2021. Positive tests are from nine teams, with 17 alone from the Dallas Stars.Continue reading “Stars: Dallas Back at Work as League Announces More COVID-19 Cases”

Stars: NHL Delays Commencement of Dallas Season After Positive COVID-19 Tests

The Dallas Stars’ season has been delayed after six players and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. The team will not be able to resume play before January 19. Dallas would have otherwise opened the regular season on January 14 and 15 with two road games against the Florida Panthers, followed by two roadContinue reading “Stars: NHL Delays Commencement of Dallas Season After Positive COVID-19 Tests”

Stars: Dallas Needs Benn, Khudobin to Step Up This Season

When hockey gets rolling again on January 13, the Dallas Stars will be seeking a measure of revenge. The Stars lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final last season and did little to change operations. News they’ll have to start the 2020-2021 NHL season without goalie Ben Bishop or forward TylerContinue reading “Stars: Dallas Needs Benn, Khudobin to Step Up This Season”

Stars: Updates on Khudobin, Bishop, Seguin

The Dallas Stars had some good news over the weekend as word came down that goalie Anton Khudobin should be ready for training camp. The netminder is said to be “back to 100 percent,” according to general manager Jim Nill. Khudobin had surgery in October to fix a nerve issue in his right arm. AccordingContinue reading “Stars: Updates on Khudobin, Bishop, Seguin”

Lightning: Tampa Bay Wins the Stanley Cup

The Tampa Bay Lightning have won the 2020 Stanley Cup, defeating the Dallas Stars by a final score of 2-0 in Game Six of their series. This effectively ends life in the bubble and puts a fine point on a season that was certainly memorable for a number of reasons. It’s the second Stanley CupContinue reading “Lightning: Tampa Bay Wins the Stanley Cup”