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”

Dallas Stars Hire Lindy Ruff

The Dallas Stars have announced the hiring of former Buffalo Sabres coach Lindy Ruff as their new bench boss. He’ll be the 22nd coach in franchise history. Ruff had been the coach of the Sabres since 1997, but he was fired in March of this year. He was the winningest coach in franchise history withContinue reading “Dallas Stars Hire Lindy Ruff”

Jaromir Jagr Traded to Boston Bruins

Along with sending Derek Roy to the Canucks, the Dallas Stars got busy today and traded veteran forward and mullet enthusiast Jaromir Jagr to the Boston Bruins. The Bruins sent prospects Lane MacDermid and Cody Payne along with a conditional draft pick to the Stars. This deal means that the Bruins get the big name forwardContinue reading “Jaromir Jagr Traded to Boston Bruins”

Derek Roy Traded to Canucks

Apparently trade deadline day is shaping up to be pretty quiet, as all the trades are happening now. The Vancouver Canucks got in on the action Tuesday, acquiring centre Derek Roy from the Dallas Stars in exchange for defenceman Kevin Connauton and a second round draft pick. This trade makes sense because the Canucks have beenContinue reading “Derek Roy Traded to Canucks”

Darryl Sydor Retires

After 18 seasons in the National Hockey League, defenceman Darryl Sydor has announced his retirement. At 38, Sydor looks back on a career that saw him play in 1,291 games with Los Angeles, Columbus, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Dallas, and St. Louis. He finished his career with 98 goals and 409 assists. Sydor wasn’t an offensively-mindedContinue reading “Darryl Sydor Retires”