Lightning: Tampa Wins Game Four, Seizes 3-1 Series Lead

Thanks to Kevin Shattenkirk’s overtime goal in Game Four, the Tampa Bay Lightning are a win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup in the bubble. The Lightning defeated the Stars 5-4 in the critical fourth game of the series and now hold a 3-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Final. Game Four was an interestingContinue reading “Lightning: Tampa Wins Game Four, Seizes 3-1 Series Lead”

Stars: Dallas Faces Uphill Climb Ahead of Game Four

The Dallas Stars are going to have to find another gear if they want to win Game Four, let alone the Stanley Cup. The Tampa Bay Lightning own the series lead 2-1 ahead of Friday’s contest. Tampa won the last two after Dallas took Game One by a final score of 4-1. Since their firstContinue reading “Stars: Dallas Faces Uphill Climb Ahead of Game Four”

2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview: Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars

The second round of the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs is looming and that means the Colorado Avalanche and Dallas Stars will face off Saturday for Game One of their series. The Stars won’t even get a practice day before facing the Avalanche, who’re on a mandated day off to Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton. They justContinue reading “2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview: Colorado Avalanche vs. Dallas Stars”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars caught themselves within a breath of the Western Conference Final last year. After missing the playoffs for two consecutive seasons, getting back in the swing of things was a decidedly more favourable outcome. And more favourable still would be making that Final and challenging for the Stanley Cup. To that end, theContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Dallas Stars”

What Went Wrong: Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars enjoyed a somewhat controversial 2018-2019, with team ownership getting involved in an almost unprecedented level and the squad responding the only way they really could. The Stars finished the regular season with a 43-32-7 record, good for 93 points and the first wild card spot in the Western Conference. They were threeContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Dallas Stars”