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Stars can't hold off Bruins' late rally, fall 3-2

Boston overcomes a 2-0 deficit in the third period to hand the Stars their seventh straight loss

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

The Dallas Stars continue to slide, and their latest loss was a tough one.

The Stars squandered a 2-0 lead in the third period and gave up the winning goal with 11 seconds remaining in a 3-2 loss to the Boston Bruins at American Airlines Center. The loss was the seventh straight for the Stars (0-5-2).

"It's a tough one, obviously," said Stars captain Jamie Benn. "Giving up three goals in the third with a two-goal lead; it's disappointing right now."

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Burnside: Five takeaways from Stars' 3-2 loss to Bruins

Dallas can't hold off Boston, which nets the winner with 11.1 seconds left to cap a late rally

by Scott Burnside @OvertimeScottB /

The Dallas Stars gave up three goals in the third period -- the final one with 11.1 seconds left in regulation -- to drop a heartbreaking 3-2 decision to the Boston Bruins on Friday night at American Airlines Center.

Here are some thoughts on a game that the Stars could not afford to lose, and which makes a successful playoff bid a longshot indeed.

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What to watch for as Stars look for home cooking vs. Boston

Dallas begins its final regular-season home stretch tonight aiming to stay in the playoff hunt

by Scott Burnside @OvertimeScottB /

The Dallas Stars begin their final eight-game stretch of the regular season tonight with the first of four remaining home games, desperately needing a win over Boston to stay in the hunt.

Here's what to watch for at American Airlines Center.

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Methot set to return as Stars embark on pivotal stretch

This three-game homestand will be crucial as the Stars try to climb back into a playoff spot

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Marc Methot is expected to return to the lineup tonight when the Dallas Stars open a crucial three-game homestand against the Boston Bruins at American Airlines Center.

The defenseman has missed the last four games with a hand injury suffered on March 13 in Montreal.

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Preview: Back home, Stars look to get on track vs. Bruins

Dallas opens a key three-game homestand and a stretch of four of five at American Airlines Center

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge
Boston Bruins at Dallas Stars

Friday, March 23
7:30 p.m.
TV: Fox Sports Southwest
Radio: The Ticket 1310 AM/96.7 FM

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Home sweet home: Stars look to turn fortunes around at AAC

Ritchie set to return Friday against Boston, Methot could play, Spezza out two weeks

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

McKINNEY, Texas -- After what center Tyler Seguin called the "road trip from hell," the Dallas Stars are back home where they will play their next three games and four of the next five.

It will be a chance for the Stars to make up the ground they lost in the playoff race while picking up just two points during the six-game trip that saw them go 0-4-2.

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On the Fly with Greg Pateryn

The defenseman sits down with's Scott Burnside, presented by Allstate

by Scott Burnside @OvertimeScottB /

"On the Fly" is a new regular feature on Senior digital correspondent Scott Burnside sits down with a member of the Stars for a few random, off-the-cuff questions to gain insight into their lives, thoughts and careers on and off the ice.

For this week's edition, we caught up with defenseman Greg Pateryn, a native of Sterling Heights, Michigan and a former fifth-round pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs, who has settled into a shut-down role with Dallas, having been acquired by the Stars from Montreal at the 2017 trade deadline.

Previous installments: Jason Spezza | Jamie Benn  | Stephen Johns  | Kari Lehtonen  | Tyler Pitlick  | Marc Methot  | Devin Shore | Antoine Roussel  | Jackie Seguin


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Stars add Mike Modano to Reunion Nights at American Airlines Center

The Hall of Famer will be honored during Dallas' game against Minnesota on March 31

by Dallas Stars Staff @DallasStars / Press Release

The Dallas Stars announced today that Hockey Hall of Fame Honored Member Mike Modano will be returning to Dallas as part of the club's Reunion Nights at American Airlines Center for Fan Appreciation Night on Saturday, March 31 vs. the Minnesota Wild.

Celebrating the club's 25th Anniversary in Dallas, the team has welcomed home Stars legends during the 2017-18 campaign such as Brett Hull, Guy CarbonneauShane Churla, Brenden Morrow, Todd Harvey, Bill Guerin, Marty Turco and Ed Belfour.

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No stranger to pressure, Lehtonen embraces chance to lift Stars

The veteran netminder, who has delivered when needed the most this season, faces his biggest test yet

by Scott Burnside @OvertimeScottB /

And so, it comes down to this.

The former Dallas Stars starting goaltender, playing the role of backup since the Ben Bishop signing this summer, is now charged with saving a season that seems to be slipping away.

What's not to like if you're Kari Lehtonen?

It's hardly the script that anyone connected to the Stars would have imagined with fewer than 10 games left in the regular season.

This was supposed to be Bishop's time.

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Burnside: Five takeaways from Stars' 4-3 loss to Capitals

Dallas puts together a solid effort but falls late in a tough end to its season-long road trip

by Scott Burnside @OvertimeScottB /

WASHINGTON -- A six-game road trip that began with a playoff spot very much in their control ended on yet another disheartening note Tuesday night as the Dallas Stars dropped a 4-3 decision to the Washington Capitals to finish 0-4-2 on the season-long swing.

Here are some musings and mutterings on a game, and a trip, that has left the Stars battered and bruised and now facing an uphill battle to qualify for the playoffs.

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