Here are some photos from last night's Stars-Blues game. You can see all the photos by Shannon Byrne here or by clicking below on the image of Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen giving his jersey to a fan.
The Dallas Stars ended their season with a 3-2 loss to the St. Louis Blues at American Airlines Center Saturday night. The Stars, who lost their final five games, ended the season with a 42-35-5 record and 89 points.
St. Louis Blues at Dallas StarsSaturday April 77:00 p.m.TV: Fox Sports Southwest PlusRadio: KTCK-1310 (AM)About the StarsThe Stars (42-34-5) were eliminated from the playoff race with a 2-0 loss at Nashville Thursday.
The Dallas Stars have been in an every-game-is-big mentality for some time now, but they've faced no bigger game this season than this Tuesday’s tilt against San Jose at American Airlines Center.
The Dallas Stars are on the outside looking in at a playoff spot for the first time in more than a month. Saturday was not a good night for the Stars. Among those Pacific Division teams battling for the third, seventh and eighth spots, they were the only team not to get points.
For the fifth time in the last nine days there’s been a change at the top of the Pacific Division. The new leader is the Los Angeles Kings, who won 4-1 at Edmonton last night to pass the Dallas Stars.
Just look at the standings and you can see why every game and every point is big right now for the Stars. They still sit atop the Pacific Division and third in the West, but their grip on that spot is precarious.
There were no games in the Western Conference last night, but there are key ones in the playoff race Thursday.The Stars, of course, host San Jose. The Stars lead the Sharks by three points and these are big points for both.
With their big win at Vancouver last night, the Stars increased their lead in the race for first in the Pacific to two points over Phoenix and they have a three point lead over San Jose and Los Angeles.
The Stars have a chance to gain ground in the playoff race Friday when it comes to their Pacific Division foes.Two points against the Edmonton Oilers and the Stars will pull even with San Jose at 73 points and be within two of Phoenix for the Pacific Division lead and third overall in the West.
With the point they picked up in last night’s shootout loss to the Penguins, the Stars are one point ahead of Colorado and Los Angeles in the race for the final playoff spot in the West.
Thursday is an opportunity for the Stars to gain ground in the Western Conference playoff race. If they win and Calgary loses against Phoenix, they’ll be in eighth place.
Missing two of their top players, the Dallas Stars played a gritty, determined game and got a superb performance from goaltender Kari Lehtonen, but it wasn’t enough to get points in St.
Here are some postgame quotes after the Dallas Stars lost 1-0 to the St. Louis Blues Monday night.Coach Glen Gulutzan“We got into a position to have some success.
The Dallas Stars, playing without Jamie Benn and Mike Ribeiro, rolled out a gritty effort Monday night in St. Louis but they came up short, falling 1-0 to the St.