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He's back: Zuccarello makes surprise return for Stars against Flyers

The forward had been out of the lineup since sustaining a broken arm in his Dallas debut against Chicago on Feb. 24

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

The Dallas Stars got a key player back for Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers at American Airlines Center.

Forward Mats Zuccarello, who has been out since breaking his arm on Feb. 24, returned to the lineup on a line with Jamie Benn and Roope Hintz.

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Must see: Trying to clear puck, Roman Polak's stick gets wedged in glass

The blade of the defenseman's lumber got caught in a stanchion during the second period against Colorado

by Jeff Odom @jeffodom / DallasStars.com

Hockey can be a strange game sometimes. But Roman Polak's stick took things to another level on Thursday against the Colorado Avalanche.

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Zuccarello injured in Stars debut, likely to miss 4 weeks

The newly acquired forward did not return after blocking a shot late in the second period Sunday at Chicago

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Mats Zuccarello was impressive in his Dallas Stars debut Sunday, tallying one goal and one assist in a 4-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks at United Center, but he suffered an upper-body injury and is expected to miss four weeks.

Zuccarello, acquired from the New York Rangers on Saturday evening, was hit in the hand/arm area while blocking a shot by Chicago defenseman Connor Murphy late in the second period and did not return to the game.

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5 things you might not know about Ben Lovejoy

From his 'Simpsons' nickname to a commitment for CTE research, the newest Stars defenseman is definitely intriguing

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

The Stars' newest defenseman is definitely intriguing.

Ben Lovejoy was acquired from the New Jersey Devils on Saturday for Connor Carrick and a third-round draft pick. The 35-year-old is a stay-at-home defenseman who is also a penalty killing specialist. His nickname "The Reverend Lovejoy" comes from "The Simpsons" TV show and he already has committed to donating his brain for CTE research, becoming the first active NHL player to do so.

Here are five things you might not know about Ben Lovejoy:

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Seguin teams up with Special Olympians for ball hockey game to remember

See photos from the fun-filled clinic put on by the Stars center, Dallas Stars Foundation and Special Olympics Texas

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

The Dallas Stars Foundation and Stars forward Tyler Seguin hosted a ball hockey clinic for Special Olympics Texas on Sunday at the Boys & Girls Club of Collin County - Frisco. Victor E. Green, the Dallas Stars Ice Girls and members of the Dallas Stars Xtreme Team also participated in the clinic. 

Marty Turco introduces members of the Dallas Stars Xtreme Team to the Special Olympians. 

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Stars warm up in special Texas Rangers-themed jerseys

The team celebrated Texas Rangers Night during Saturday's game vs. Winnipeg at American Airlines Center

by Jeff Odom @jeffodom / DallasStars.com

Take me out to the ... hockey game?

It's not quite time for Major League Baseball spring training, but the Dallas Stars paid homage to the Texas Rangers before Saturday night's game against the Winnipeg Jets by wearing special Rangers-themed jerseys during their pregame warmup.

The jerseys, blue with the Rangers' traditional "Texas" crest arched across the front, included each player's name and number in the Rangers font. They also featured a red and white Stars logo and the Rangers alternate Texas flag logo on the shoulders. Each warmup-worn jersey will be auctioned off by The Hangar to raise money for the Dallas Stars Foundation.

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Anderson McDuffie's special day with the Stars

Look back at the best moments from the big game and a wish come true for the inspirational 10-year-old

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

Take a look back at the best moments from Wednesday's big Make-A-Wish game between the Dallas Stars and The EKG's in Frisco --  a dream come true for brave 10-year-old Anderson McDuffie, who was born with a heart condition and had his second major surgery last year.

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Dez Bryant reads starting lineup, cheers on Stars

The former Cowboys All-Pro receiver told the team to 'be relentless' before Tuesday's game vs. Tampa Bay

by Jeff Odom @jeffodom / DallasStars.com

Dez Bryant announces Stars lineup

Cowboys great Dez Bryant calls out Stars' lineup

Former Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant calls out the Stars' starting lineup in the dressing room before Tuesday's game against the Lightning

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Before Tuesday's tilt against the league-best Tampa Bay Lightning, the Stars got an assist from someone who knows a thing or two about big games: former Dallas Cowboys All-Pro receiver Dez Bryant.

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5 things you might not know about Andrew Cogliano

From a love for dogs to an incredible iron man streak, Mike Heika gives you a look at the new Stars forward

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer
1. He has not missed a game due to an injury

Andrew Cogliano was on the fourth longest ironman streak in NHL history last season when it was stopped at 830 games.

Cogliano was suspended two games for a hit on Kings forward Adrian Kempe that drew an interference penalty in the game. While many pushed for a fine instead of a suspension, knowing about the ironman streak, the NHL said of the hit: "In addition to the lateness of the hit, what elevates this check to merit supplemental discipline is the substantial head contact and the significant force."

Cogliano was emotional at having the streak end, saying "It's a tough pill to swallow."

Cogliano has played 912 of 914 possible games in his NHL career and has not missed a game due to injury. The NHL's all-time ironman streak is 964 games, set by Doug Jarvis, who went on to serve several seasons as an assistant coach with the Stars.

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adidas, NHL unveil eco-friendly Stars jersey for 2019 All-Star Game

Made from marine plastic waste materials, the special uniform will feature team logos for first time

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

Dallas Stars rookie defenseman Miro Heiskanen is getting some sweet threads for 2019 All-Star Weekend in San Jose with a little eco-friendly inspiration.

Adidas and the National Hockey League unveiled Wednesday the new, eco-innovative and ocean-inspired adizero Authentic jerseys for the 2019 Honda NHL® All-Star Game -- the first-ever NHL hockey jerseys featuring repurposed and upcycled materials created in partnership with Parley for the Oceans.

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