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Stars back on track with playoff berth and division title

Last year, the Stars missed the playoffs for the sixth time in seven years. Now, they’re the top seed in the Western Conference. It’s a great reward for what Lindy Ruff and the Stars’ ownership group have been working to build.

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Stars entering a stretch that can give them the respect they deserve

The Dallas Stars are no doubt the most surprising team of the season. But Dallas has yet to really earn the respect that they deserve. Yes, those that do weekly power rankings have them at or near the top, as they should, but the hockey-knowing fan outside of Dallas likely could care less about the Stars being so high up in the standings at this point in the season. This next stretch of games, however, could change that.

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Slight downturn no concern for Dallas Stars

It might be early, but if you look at the Dallas Stars schedule, you’ll see an odd peculiarity — a .500 record for the month of December. Can this team sustain this level of success, or is there a steep drop off coming up?

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After disappointing season, Stars need more changes

Let’s not beat around the bush; this past season was a major disappointment for the Dallas Stars.

Last year, even though that season ended in the first round, the Stars seemed to be on the rise after a number of years after missing the postseason.

But this season was a major step back for the team. The Stars never really were in contention for a postseason berth, sulking around the bottom of the Central Division for the entire year.

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Stars season all but over at this point

Yogi Berra once said, “it ain’t over ’til it’s over.”

But for the Dallas Stars, the season is basically all but over for them.

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Stars’ Western Conference swing important to postseason chances

It’s not really a stretch to say that the next six games will determine whether or not the Dallas Stars will make the postseason this season.

Over the next couple of weeks, the Stars will square off against five Western Conference opponents, four of whom are above the Stars in the conference standings and the other, the Colorado Avalanche, is right behind by just three points.

And with such a schedule against teams they’re directly competing with for the eight postseason spots in the conference, this is a great opportunity for the Stars to gain ground and get back into the playoff picture.

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Stars must find a way to navigate difficult upcoming schedule

Somehow Dallas must find a way to navigate through playing the Tampa Bay Lighting, New York Rangers and Boston Bruins–all of whom are contenders in the East–within the next week.

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Time for Stars to make their run

With a week off before their next game, it’s time for the Stars to make their run to get right back into the mix for that final playoff spot in the conference.

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Improvement from Stars imperative over next few weeks

When I last wrote about the Dallas Stars a few weeks ago about their really slow start to the season, I said that one of the reasons not to press the panic button was that there was still a long way to go in the season.

Now approaching the middle of December, that tune is still the same, but with little to no improvement over the past few weeks, the urgency to turn the season around has increasingly grown to the point where it’s almost imperative for that to happen in order for the Stars to stay in the hunt for the post season.

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Excitement for Dallas Stars slips after terrible start

Despite losing in tough fashion in Game Six of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season, giving up two goals late to fall to overtime and losing in the extra frame, the Dallas Stars had a lot to look forward to for this season. They had made the postseason, which most people didn’t think they would do. They pushed the top seeded Anaheim Ducks to the brink of a Game Seven. And the supposedly made good gains this offseason to make the team even better.

But a 5-6-4 start to the season has made all of than an afterthought.

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