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2007-08 Dallas Stars Players Stats

May 21, 2008

Up to date stats on each player for the season. This list includes anyone who has put on a Stars jersey this season, no matter how short their stay was.

13 – Krystopher Barch
14 – Stu Barnes
43 – Philippe Boucher
25 – Chris Conner
44 – B.J. Crombeen
06 – Trevor Daley
21 – Loui Eriksson
92 – Todd Fedoruk
28 – Mark Fistric
02 – Nicklas Grossman
15 – Niklas Hagman
11 – Jeff Halpern
40 – Johan Holmqvist
42 – Dan Jancevski
36 – Jussi Jokinen
26 – Jere Lehtinen
22 – Junior Lessard
39 – Joel Lundqvist
20 – Antti Miettinen
09 – Mike Modano
10 – Brenden Morrow
05 – Matt Niskanen
04 – Mattias Norstrom
29 – Steve Ott
17 – Toby Petersen
63 – Mike Ribeiro
91 – Brad Richards
03 – Stéphane Robidas
41 – Mike Smith
31 – Tobias Stephan
35 – Marty Turco
16 – Brad Winchester
56 – Sergei Zubov

Stars fall to Phoenix

April 6, 2008

I was quite sad.  For one, that we lost, and for another that Brenden did not take a penalty due to where my seats are.  3 of my other favorite players did, where is the love Brenden?

Turco got the start, duh, since Holmqvist started the night before.  Phoenix got the scoring started when Carcillo (grr) got one past Turco early.  Daley countered though about 16 minutes later.  Boucher got a short handed goal past Bryzgalov in the 2nd.  Unfortunately that goal was bookended by another goal from Carcillo and Hanzal.  The Stars had some great opportunities in the 3rd, but couldn’t get it done.  Phoenix managed to get an empty netter after Turco was pulled, so the final was 4-2 Phoenix.

Sigh

Duck Hunting Season is here

April 4, 2008

Well, almost.  With the 4-2 win last night over the Phoenix Coyotes, the Stars will be taking on the Ducks in the first round of the playoffs.  This will be a GOOD round, the Stars owned the Ducks during the regular season but the Ducks definitely won’t go quietly. 

Now, about the game last night.  The Stars played fantastic, they looked like the old Stars again even without Sergei Zubov (who I believe is coming home today from Germany), Mike Ribeiro and Mike Richards.  Johan Holmqvist also got his 2nd start of the season.  Luckily, he got the defense support needed to be successful, and boy was he.  He played fantastic.  Goals were scored by Matt Niskanen, Stéphane Robidas (EEEE), Brenden Morrow and Mike Modano.

Morrownator got first star of the game with an assist and an unassisted goal and Johan Holmqvist got the second star, which he totally deserved.

Tonight’s match up will be good!  I will be in attendence, sitting in row E right behind the Stars penalty box. WOO

Well that was almost a comeback…

March 16, 2008

Stars played their 4th and final game against Vancouver last night. It was also their last game against a non-pacific division team. They decided to start Johan Holmqvist in net. Poor guy, I think he was hella nervous because he gave up 3 goals in the first period. Though, I will say that one of them I don’t even think Marty would have been able to stop and another he probably could have if the D in front of him hadn’t completely broken down.

Stars got on the board with 15 seconds left in the first period with a goal by Lundqvist. I sent his number in predicting he’d score the first goal, but sadly I did not win the autographed puck. (BOO) Mike Modano and Brad Richards scored in the 2nd period to tie the game, Turco was also put in net in the 2nd. I must say, my throat was definitely hurting after that 2nd period.

Then three minutes intothe 3rd, Brendan Morrison put the Canucks in the lead again. Poor Marty was scrambling, then got rammed into by Morrison and Robi (who was trying to cover Morrison) and Robi got hit in the face and was taken off the ice. Talk about stressed out, luckily he returned later in the game. Unfortunately, Stars were unable to get another goal and Vancouver took the game.

Because the Stars were unable to get the 2 points they desperately needed, they are now 5th in the division since Anaheim won yesterday. Oi.

Johan Holmqvist

December 2, 2007

Name: Johan Holmqvist
Position: Goaltender
Height: 6′3
Weight: 198
Born: May 24, 1978
Hometown: Tolfta, Sweden
Drafted: 7th round choice by New York Rangers, 175th Overall in 1997
Signed: Traded for Jussi Jokinen, Jeff Halpern, Mike Smith and a 4th round draft with Tampa Bay, Johan Holmqvist also involved in trade

STATS FOR 2008 STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS
(only while on the Stars)
Minutes:
Wins:
Losses: –
Overtime Losses: –

GAME BY GAME STATS
(in chronological order and only games played in listed)

Johan Holmqvist

December 1, 2007

Name: Johan Holmqvist
Position: Goaltender
Height: 6’3
Weight: 198
Born: May 24, 1978
Hometown: Tolfta, Sweden
Drafted: 7th round choice by New York Rangers, 175th Overall in 1997
Signed: Traded for Jussi Jokinen, Jeff Halpern, Mike Smith and a 4th round draft with Tampa Bay, Johan Holmqvist also involved in trade

STATS FOR 2007-08 SEASON
(only while on the Stars)
Minutes: 80
Wins: 1
Losses: 0
Overtime Losses: 0

GAME BY GAME STATS
(in chronological order and only games played in listed)

(H) March 15, 2008 vs. Vancouver Canucks
stopped 9 of 12 shots, pulled after 1st period

(A) April 03, 2008 vs. Phoenix Coyotes
won, stopped 21 of 23 shots, 2nd star of the game