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The Stars need a 3rd line left wing. We have lots of good defense we could trade for a good LW. Send in the trade offers!

And we have a new lineup

Dallas Stars Lineup


Brenden Morrow (87 PWF)Paul Stastny (87 PLY) – Teemu Selanne (85 SNP)

Steve Ott (82 GRN)Mike Ribeiro (85 PLY)Michael Ryder (82 SNP)

Krys Barch (78 TGH) – Eric Nystrom (80 GRN) – Radek Dvorak (80 TWF)

Jake Dowell (78 GRN) – Darrol Powe (79 GRN) – Adam Burish (79 TGH)

Toby Petersen (77 TWF) Jake Dowell (78 GRN)


Christian Ehrhoff (84 OFD) – Trevor Daley (84 DFD)

Sheldon Souray (83 OFD)Mark Fistric (82 DFD)

Stephane Robidas (81 TWD) – Nicklas Grossman (82 DFD)

Adam Pardy (79 DFD) Phillip Larsen (72 TWD)


Kari Lehtonen (87 HYB)

Andrew Raycroft (80 HYB)

PP Unit 1

Brenden Morrow – Mike Ribeiro – Teemu Selanne

Michael Ryder – Christian Ehrhoff

PP Unit 2

Eric Nystrom – Paul Stastny – Radek Dvorak

Steve Ott – Sheldon Souray

PK Unit 1 (5 on 4)

Darrol Powe – Teemu Selanne

Trevor Daley – Mark Fistric

PK Unit 2 (5 on 4)

Eric Nystrom – Radek Dvorak

Stephane Robidas – Nicklas Grossman

PK Unit 1 (5 on 3)

Eric Nystrom

Trevor Daley – Mark Fistric

PK Unit 2 (5 on 3)

Mike Ribeiro

Stephane Robidas – Nicklas Grossman

Shootout Lineup

Brenden Morrow

Teemu Selanne

Mike Ribeiro

Paul Stastny

Michael Ryder

Extra Attackers

Mike Ribeiro

Michael Ryder

Italics are scratches

Bolds are OTB

Underlined are untouchable

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F Fredrik Sjostrom has come to terms with the Toronto Maple Leafs on a 1-year, 1.0M contract extension. Fredrik pondered about going back to Sweden after his relatively unsuccessful career with 4 NHL teams, but decided to delay his return to his homeland by taking up an offer that would see the grinder play in a bottom-6 role and hopefully improve the Buds defensive woes by getting time on the PK. It is rumoured that Sjostrom had received a more lucrative offer from a team in the Swedish Elite League, but the player was adamant on staying in the NHL in hopes of gaining a longer contract by year's end.

F Evander Kane has come to terms with the Winnipeg Jets on a 5-year, 22M contract extension that will pay him 4.5M annually. Winnipeg clearly expressed that Evander would be the face of the franchise and will do their utmost to build around the young, dynamic forward. Evander had no problem with signing a long-term deal for the only NHL team he has played for, as he will emerge from the contract on the cusp of being able to test the free agency market, and become the tied for second-highest paid player on the team at only 20 years old. Kane is excited to play in a Canadian market and looks forward to helping the Jets make the playoffs in their long-awaited return to Winnipeg!

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