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Friday, January 24, 2020

Texas Stars

Dickinson Looking for the Rebound

Marlies Wow the Crowd With a Comeback Win

The Toronto Marlies had not played in over a week since they clinched the Eastern Conference Final. They are on a nine game winning streak. The Texas Stars finished their series on Monday, and are seen as the underdogs. Will this be another four and done series, or will it, as many suspect, go the full seven games.

Stars Swept in Three Game Set by San Antonio

CEDAR PARK, TX- Texas battled arch-rival San Antonio three times this past weekend, gaining just one point (0-2-1) while getting swept. 

McKenna Backstops Texas to Winner-Take-All Game Seven

With the series heading back home for games six & seven, the Marlies would have two cracks at winning the first pro hockey title for the city in 51 years.

Marlies Overpower Stars to Claim Calder Cup

TORONTO, ONT. - A game seven is exciting enough as is, but Thursday night in Toronto a championship was on the line as well. The...

Bow Reason for Recent Stars Success

GRAND RAPIDS, MI- The Texas Stars have been playing great hockey of late, led by the stellar play in net from Landon Bow. 

Scouting the Steelheads

TULSA, OK- The Idaho Steelheads are off to another successful start to the season, helped by their affiliation with AHL Texas.

Texas Set for Three Against Rampage

CEDAR PARK, TX-  The Texas Stars return to the Lone Star State this weekend with a 3-1-0 record after splitting two last weekend in San Diego. 

Stars Get Revenge on Gulls in Big Win

SAN DIEGO, CA- The Texas Stars, and Curtis McKenzie in particular, came into Wednesday night's game against the San Diego Gulls looking for revenge.

2018 AHL Trade Deadline Preview – Pacific Division

The AHL's Pacific Division is different than the rest of the league, with six teams playing just 68 games compared to the league's mandate of 76 games. With the imbalance in scheduling, each point is at a premium.

Where Are They Now? Karl Taylor

This month, instead of looking at a player we will be taking a look at my favorite Reading Royals coach of all-time, Karl Taylor.