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|Kari Lehtonen||6-4||215||26||Left||All eyes on Lehtonen. The big Finn has struggled with injuries
during his career, but he ramped up the conditioning this offseason, has looked
great in the preseason and the Stars will need more of the same during the
|Andrew Raycroft||6-0||173||30||Left||He has a lot of NHL experience as both a No. 1 and No.2
netminder and should prove to be a reliable backup to Lehtonen.
|Trevor Daley||5-11||199||26||Left||He seems a perfect fit for the up tempo style the Stars are
trying to play. His offensive numbers stayed the same last season, but he did
finish strong last year and was a plus-three on the season.
|Mark Fistric||6-3||234||24||Left||The 24-year-old led the Stars with an impressive plus-27 rating
last season and was second in hits among defensemen in his first full season in
Dallas. The big, physical defender could see more penalty kill time this season.
|Nicklas Grossman||6-4||226||25||Left||Big defensive defenseman has seen his ice time grow each season
with the Stars. Another of the Stars' young, developing blueliners, he should be
paired with Stephane Robidas to start the season.
|Matt Niskanen||6-0||204||23||Right||He's coming off a rough season, but he put in a lot of work in
the summer, got a nice two-year extension from the Stars and is being counted on
|Stephane Robidas||5-11||193||33||Right||The underrated Robidas is coming off an outstanding season that
saw him set career marks in goals (10), assists (31) and points (41). He led the
team in hits, blocked shots and ice time as well.
|Karlis Skrastins||6-1||208||36||Left||Dependable defensive defenseman isn't flashy but he gets the
job done. Still a master at blocking shots.
|Jeff Woywitka||6-3||224||27||Left||Brings some size and mobility as the Stars 7th defenseman.|
|Krys Barch||6-1||222||30||Left||Dependable, hard worker brings grit and toughness to the
lineup. Led the Stars with 20 fighting majors last season.
|Jamie Benn||6-2||207||21||Left||Coming off an excellent rookie campaign (22 goals, 19 assists)
where he made the shift from wing to center, the Stars have him penciled in as
the third line center this season. Rising young star should see more power play
|Fabian Brunnstrom||6-2||212||25||Left||Coming off a disappointing 2009-10 season, he's had some good
moments in camp and the preseason. Still looking to find spot in the lineup.
|Adam Burish||6-0||189||27||Right||Free agent signing was brought in to add grit, speed and a
vocal presence. Has found some chemistry on a line with Brenden Morrow and Mike
|Loui Eriksson||6-1||189||25||Left||He's led the Stars in goal scoring the past two seasons, is a
solid two-way player and is one of the top young forwards in the game.
|Brenden Morrow||6-0||205||31||Left||Stars captain struggled last season as he came off ACL surgery,
but he's looked good in the preseason and appears poised to bounce back strong.
|James Neal||6-2||208||23||Left||Finished second on the team in goals (27) and third in points
(55) last season. He's only 23, still maturing and the Stars believe there are
bigger and greater things ahead for the young power forward.
|Steve Ott||6-0||194||28||Left||One of the league's top agitators, he's show he can put the
puck in the net too. He's scored 41 the last two seasons, including a
career-high 22 last season.
|Toby Petersen||5-10||198||31||Left||Versatile, speedy veteran can play any forward position and
anywhere in the lineup. Scored a career-high nine goals last season.
|Mike Ribeiro||6-0||173||30||Left||His production was down last season and he was the subject of
trade rumors, but he worked hard in the offseason, came into camp with a new
attitude and looks poised to bounce back.
|Brad Richards||6-0||196||30||Left||One of the league's premier playmakers, he's coming off a
91-point season that included 40 power play points. He's in the final year of a
contract and signing him to an extension will be tough with the ownership issue
still unresolved. That could mean tough decisions come trade deadline time.
|Brandon Segal||6-2||209||27||Right||Plucked off waivers from Los Angeles last season, he brings
some grit to the lineup and he's one of two right shots among the forward group.
|Brian Sutherby||6-2||204||28||Left||Physical winger had strong camp and preseason. Looks like he'll
start on the fourth line, where he'll bring energy and toughness to the mix.
|Tom Wandell||6-1||195||23||Left||Missed half of last season with a knee injury and most of
camp/preseason with a shoulder injury. Stars are looking at him on the wing with
Jamie Benn and Steve Ott.