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Dallas Stars Captain Profile: Jamie Benn

Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn is the longest-tenured captain in franchise history. Benn was named the Stars’ sixth captain on September 19, 2013. Jamie Randolph Benn was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, on July 18, 1989, to Randy and Heather Benn. Jamie’s siblings are Jordie Benn, a defenseman for HockeyAllsvenskan’s Brynäs IF, and Jenny Benn, […]

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Player Profile: Jordie Benn

Phillip Jordan Ellis Benn, better known as Jordie Benn, reunited with his younger brother, Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn, in Dallas, Texas, after signing a professional tryout (PTO) on August 30, 2023, as a free agent. Jordie previously played in Dallas in 2011-12 and 2012-17. Jordie’s role as a Dallas Star isn’t guaranteed because he’ll […]

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10 Little-Known Facts About the Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars have been based in Dallas, Texas, since 1993. But did you know the Stars were based in Bloomington, Minnesota, from 1967 to 1993? If not, don’t worry. Here are ten little-known facts about the Stars. 10. Minnesota North Stars’ Initial SuccessThe Minnesota North Stars were successful in the late 1960s and early […]

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Toronto Marlies end seven game losing streak

The Toronto Marlies finally put an end to their losing streak. Toronto defeated the Belleville Senators 6-2 on Sunday, April 2nd. They had lost their previous seven games. The Marlies’ six goals on Sunday are more than the goal total (5) from all seven games combined during their losing streak. Thanks to the win, the […]

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LGP 45: The Search for Rielly’s Partner

After an intense game against the Bruins, the Leafs are looking to rebound against the Panthers. The Panthers went from a President’s Trophy winner to looking like they may miss the playoffs in less than a year. Historically, the Leafs must make sure not to underestimate their opponent as there still is a lot of […]

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LGP 34: Early Start For Leafs Next-Gen Game

Today the Leafs have a rare afternoon game, as they have a Next Gen Game setup to start at 2 PM against the Flyers. The Leafs are coming off one of their most complete games of the season, as they competed hard for a full 60 minutes, winning 4-1 over the Lightning on Tuesday. The […]

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Game 20: Leafs Overtime Woes Continue Versus Islanders

Tonight was game number 300 with the Leafs for John Tavares and game nine against his former team, the New York Islanders. The Leafs have a 5 to 3 advantage in the matchup since Tavares came home to play for the Leafs in July 2018. Leafs rookie Nick Robertson was a healthy scratch for the […]

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LGP #20: Tavares 300th Game as Leaf vs Former Team

After a convincing win against the slumping Islanders, the Leafs are back for a Monday night game at home against the Islanders. Tonight will be Tavares’ 300th game as a Leaf, and it’s fitting that it’s against none other than the Islanders, his former team. The Islanders have started out the season on a decent […]

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Post-Game Analysis: Leafs win Rematch Vs. Penguins, 5-2 in Pittsburgh!

The Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-2 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh! A strong Tuesday night performance from the Maple Leafs earned them the full two points last night. The return of goaltender Matt Murray might have been the biggest difference in this one. Playing his former team in Pittsburgh for the […]

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Game 16: Leafs Edge Out Canucks With 3-2 Victory

Last night’s pre-game ceremony was an emotional one but tonight’s was even more emotional, if that is even possible. The Leafs honored the spectacular career of Börje Salming. In my opinion, they honored more than what he accomplished on the ice. They honored the fantastic human Börje was and still is to this day. He […]

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