Tag Archives: Martin Hanzal

Monday update: Jamie Benn has wrist injury, status for Tuesday up in the air

Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn didn’t practice Monday due to a wrist injury and his status for Tuesdays’ game against the Nashville Predators is up in the air. Benn said he was not injured when he was hit late Saturday’s game by Phoenix center Martin Hanzal. “The wrist was a whole separate play, it had […]

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Video: Martin Hanzal hit on Jamie Benn

Here is video of Jamie McLennan of the NHL Network breaking down Martin Hanzal’s hit on Jamie Benn in Saturday night’s Dallas Stars-Phoenix Coyotes game. There was no penalty on Hanzal. Benn immediately headed to the locker room after the hit, which happened with a little more than a minute remaining in the game. (Direct link […]

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Stars can’t crack Coyotes, Jamie Benn leaves game after big hit

The Dallas Stars had been on a roll on the road lately, racking up both wins and goals. But they ran into a roadblock Saturday night in Phoenix, falling 2-1 to the Coyotes. Phoenix built a 2-0 lead in the game and then held off the Stars, who had a four-game road points streak snapped […]

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Stars-Coyotes: Postgame quotes

Here are some postgame quotes following the Dallas Stars’ 2-1 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday night. Stars coach Glen Gulutzan on the game “We should have got a point. 2-0 against these guys, it’s not easy to come back. We had lots of time and chances, we just didn’t convert. Better fate, I […]

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Quick Recap: Coyotes 2, Stars 1

The Dallas Stars had a four-game points streak on the road come to an end with a 2-1 loss at Phoenix Saturday night. It was just the second regulation road loss in the last nine games for the Stars (6-2-1). Jaromir Jagr scored the lone goal for the Stars, tallying on a five-on-three power play […]

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Dillon, Roussel deliver in win over Coyotes

It wasn’t exactly a must win game for the Dallas Stars Friday night, but they really needed a win, and they got it thanks to big nights from a couple of their young players and big shootout goals from a couple of their star players. Brenden Dillon and Antoine Roussel scored their first NHL goals […]

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