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Robertson 'striving' to make US roster for World Junior Championship

The determined Stars forward prospect will get his chance to earn a spot at the World Junior Summer Showcase

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

There is still a long way to go until October, but there will be some players hitting the ice later this week in Kamloops, British Columbia.

Many of the top under-20 players in the world will take part in the World Junior Summer Showcase, a camp that is the first step in determining the rosters of the United States, Canada, Sweden, and Finland for the 2019 World Junior Championship.

Among the players participating will be Dallas Stars forward prospect Jason Robertson, who will be vying for a spot on Team USA's roster for World Juniors, which will be held in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia beginning in late December.

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How Nick Caamano has set himself up for bright future with Stars

Now evolved into a 'full player,' the touted prospect continues to show steady improvement as an all-around forward

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Empty-net goals usually aren't worthy of putting on the highlight reel, but Stars forward prospect Nick Caamano scored one last season that merits consideration.

It was late in Game 6 of the Ontario Hockey League championship series with Caamano's Hamilton Bulldogs leading the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, 4-3. With the Greyhounds pressing for the game-tying goal, one of Caamano's teammates poked the puck from the defensive end into the neutral zone, setting off a race between Caamano and Sault Ste. Marie defenseman Jordan Sambrook. Sambrook, who was hanging back on the play, won the race, but Caamano fought to get the puck back as the two battled into the Sault Ste. Marie zone.

Eventually, Caamano prevailed in the puck battle, diving over a fallen Sambrook to put it into the net from near the bottom of the left circle with 1:58 remaining.

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Healthy, motivated Dellandrea welcomes Stars' expectations

A new gluten-free diet and reunion with former teammate Caamano fuels the first-round pick's positive outlook

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

For almost two years Ty Dellandrea tried to figure out why he was constantly getting ill.

"I was throwing up lots, every two days," he said. "At first, I thought I was really, really sick, like a virus or something."

That wasn't it, so he moved onto dietary changes.

"Then I tried going off dairy because I thought it was dairy."

Nope, that wasn't it.

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Stars announce final Development Camp roster, schedule

All eight of the team's 2018 draft selections will be in attendance during the five-day camp

by Dallas Stars Staff @DallasStars / Press Release

The Dallas Stars announced today the final roster and schedule for the club's 2018 Development Camp. The camp features 32 players, including 20 forwards, eight defensemen and four goaltenders. All eight of the team's draft selections from the 2018 NHL Draft, which was held at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, will be in attendance.

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Heika: Stars' draft has to be evaluated on sliding scale

Dallas' scouts aren't concerned with perceptions of pick positions, knowing time will grade effectiveness of process

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

The new job has offered some great opportunities, and changed a lot of perceptions.

I was able to go to Buffalo and sit in on interviews with prospects for the 2018 NHL Draft, and it really was eye-opening. One, you realize how much work the scouts put in, and how close they are as a group. And two, you see just how similar all of these athletes are.

They are 17 or 18. They are well-trained in the interview process. They are hungry to become great players.

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Stars go heavy with forwards on Day 2 of Draft

Dallas selects six forwards and one defenseman as the Draft wraps up at American Airlines Center

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

The Dallas Stars made seven picks on Day 2 of the NHL Draft at American Airlines Center, selecting six forwards and one defenseman.

"We like the day we had, and every team is going to say the same thing, but we liked the selections we made," said Stars GM Jim Nill.

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Draft journal: Johns calls extension 'biggest day of my career'

The new three-year deal is worth $2.35 million per year for the Dallas defenseman

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Friday was Day 1 of the NHL Draft in Dallas, but the Stars were busy on other fronts as well, getting one of their restricted free agents under contract and finalizing their coaching staff.

The Stars announced Friday that they signed defenseman Stephen Johns to a three-year contract extension worth $2.35 million per year.

"It's the biggest day of my career and solidifies me for three more years in the city, so I couldn't be more excited," Johns said just moments after the deal was announced. "I just want to thank the Dallas Stars and (owner) Tom Gaglardi for having faith in me and giving me this opportunity. I couldn't be happier."

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Embracing new challenge, Dellandrea aims to flourish with Stars

The forward, who models his game after Chicago's Jonathan Toews, is ready to get to work in Dallas

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

Ty Dellandrea isn't afraid of a little hard work.

The first-round selection of the Stars (13th overall) Friday at the NHL Draft earned a lot of respect from Dallas scouts and front-office personnel when he made the decision to go to a struggling Flint Firebirds team in the Ontario Hockey League and roll up his sleeves. While Flint, which was taken over by the league in 2015 when its owner was suspended, finished 20-43-3-2 last season, Dellandrea kept a positive attitude in his second season and led the team in goals with 27 while scoring 59 points in 67 games.

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Photo gallery: Dellandrea wears Stars jersey for first time

The forward was drafted by Dallas with the 13th overall pick in Friday's first round

by Dallas Stars Staff @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

The Dallas Stars made their first-round pick on Friday and came away with a promising forward in Ty Dellandrea, who comes to the organization from the Flint Firebirds of the Ontario Hockey League.

The 17-year-old wore Victory Green for the first time on stage at American Airlines Center, donning a Stars sweater and official Draft cap alongside Stars owner Tom Gaglardi and general manager Jim Nill.

Below is a collection of photos from the memorable night, courtesy of Getty Images.

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Stars select Ty Dellandrea with No. 13 overall pick at NHL Draft

The 17-year-old forward posted 59 points in 67 games with Flint of the OHL last season

by Dallas Stars Staff @DallasStars / Press Release

Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill and Director of Amateur Scouting Joe McDonnell selected center Ty Dellandrea with the thirteenth overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NHL Draft held at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

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