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Feeling 'really good,' Dickinson ready to return vs. Kings

The forward has missed the last 11 games for the Stars with a back injury

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Stars forward Jason Dickinson came off the ice after Wednesday's practice and the Make-A-Wish North Texas scrimmage against Anderson McDuffie and The EKG's at StarCenter Frisco and said he was ready to return from his back injury.

A short time later, Stars coach Jim Montgomery confirmed that Dickinson would be in the lineup Thursday night when the Stars take on the Los Angeles Kings at American Airlines Center.

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How to watch Stars vs. Kings: Live stream, game time, TV channel

Find out when and how to catch Dallas' game against Los Angeles on TV, radio and streaming online.

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

What you should know about Thursday's game between the Dallas Stars and Los Angeles Kings:

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5 things to know: Stars sustain power outage, fall to Lightning

Dallas goes 0-for-6 with the man advantage as its offensive woes continue in a third straight defeat

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Stars shut out by Lightning, 2-0

DAL Recap: Stars unable to solve Vasilevskiy in loss

The Stars fired 35 shots on net, but they were unable to find their way past Andrei Vasilevskiy in a 2-0 shutout loss to the Lightning

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The Dallas Stars lost their third straight game, falling to league-leading Tampa Bay, 2-0, at American Airlines Center Tuesday night.

The Stars played well but couldn't find the back of the net against Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy, who stopped 35 shots for his third shutout of the season. The Stars went 0-for-6 on the power play.

Dallas, which has dropped four of its last five games, fell to 23-10-4 on the season.

Here are five things from Tuesday's game.

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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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'It's excitement': Cogliano welcomes fresh start with Stars

The newly acquired forward will skate on Dallas' second line in his debut vs. Tampa Bay

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Cogliano excited to join Stars

Cogliano calls joining Stars 'pure excitement'

New Stars forward Andrew Cogliano, acquired in a trade with Anaheim, says he is looking forward to making his debut vs. Tampa Bay

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Andrew Cogliano knew something was brewing when he got up Monday morning to see that he had a call from Anaheim GM Bob Murray on his phone.

"He wasn't calling to say good game last night," Cogliano said.

The Ducks had lost their 11th straight game in Winnipeg the night before, and Cogliano had the sense with the team mired in a long losing streak changes were on the horizon. And Monday, the Ducks did make a change, dealing Cogliano to Dallas in exchange for forward Devin Shore.

"I think I could have used the change to be honest," Cogliano said. "It was a situation in Anaheim where you kind of feel it a little bit, we were losing a bunch of games and it was a situation where guys were going to be moved. I was the first."

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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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How to watch Stars vs. Lightning: Live stream, game time, TV channel

Find out when and how to catch Dallas' game against Tampa Bay on TV, radio and streaming online

by Staff Report @DallasStars / DallasStars.com

What you should know about Tuesday's game between the Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning:

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Stars add speed, experience with acquisition of Cogliano

The 'iron man' forward is expected to make his Dallas debut on Tuesday against Tampa Bay

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill dipped into the trade market Monday to add some speed and experience to his team's lineup, acquiring veteran forward Andrew Cogliano from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward Devin Shore.

"We want to play a faster-paced game, and I think Andrew Cogliano is one of the best at that in the league," Nill said.

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Stars struggling to find proper motivation, execution

Montgomery called Dallas' lack of consistency 'frustrating' after a gut-punch loss to the Blues - its third in four games

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

There is a difference between patience and passivity.

There is difference between calm and careless.

There is difference between prepared and presumptuous.

And right now, the Stars can't seem to find it.

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5 things to know: Stars doomed by slow start in frustrating defeat

The Blues score 34 seconds into the game and never look back as Dallas drops the opener of its homestand

by Mark Stepneski @StarsInsideEdge / Inside Edge

Condra buries loose puck

STL@DAL: Condra taps in goal from the doorstep

Erik Condra gets good position at the side of the net, where he fires the puck into the cage to get the Stars on the board in the 3rd period

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The Dallas Stars got off to a rough start on their homestand Saturday night, falling 3-1 to the St. Louis Blues at American Airlines Center.

The Stars found themselves down 1-0 just 34 seconds into the game and down 2-0 by the midway point of the first period, and they could never recover.

Erik Condra scored the lone goal, and Ben Bishop stopped 25 shots for the Stars, who lost their second straight game and fell to 23-19-4 on the season.

Here are five things from Saturdays' game.

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