Stars look to build on winning ways in 2018-19
The Dallas Stars have been building for years with the promise of a Stanley Cup.
They are now entering the final stretch, and with that comes an opportunity to get even better.
They’re still not perfect, and they still have some tough games remaining, but the chances of them winning the Stanley Cup this year are slim to none.
The Stars have some solid pieces, including goaltender Antti Niemi, who has been terrific in his first full season as a full-time starter.
Niemi has been one of the best goalies in the league over the past couple of years, and the Stars have a lot of confidence in him.
They’ve also acquired a solid piece in Ryan Garbutt, a player who has developed into a very good NHL goaltender in his own right.
The Stars are a good team, but they don’t have a star goaltender who can help them win games.
That’s where Patrick Sharp, a rookie who is a steady NHL goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators, could make a big difference.
Sharp is coming off a terrific rookie season, and he has been an excellent defensive presence for Nashville, where he is second on the team with 14 wins and a 2.29 goals-against average.
He has also become a terrific leader for the Predators, helping them to a first-place finish in the Central Division.
Sharp has also developed a great sense of urgency as a goalie, a trait that was on full display in the playoffs last season, when he led Nashville to a Stanley Championship.
Sharp has the experience to be a very successful goaltender, and that can help the Stars win more games.
His confidence is infectious, and when the team is on the verge of winning a game, he has a chance to be the one making the saves.
He also has the ability to play the position on a nightly basis and help the team win games, so he can be a valuable piece for Dallas in a couple of different ways.
If the Stars are going to get better, they need to get Sharp more involved in the net.
That’s why they have signed veteran netminder Pekka Rinne, who is coming into his fourth season in the NHL.
Rinne has made the Stars better each year he’s been in the organization, and now he has the chance to continue that trend.
The Dallas Stars signed defenseman Jamie Oleksiak on Wednesday, and it was a surprise to see him move up so quickly.
Oleksiaks top-line partner, defenseman Kyle Connor, had been a solid backup, but he’s also been a key member of the Dallas team over the years.
Connor has been solid in his time with the Stars, and Oleksiyas talent could help him out.
Dallas has one of those very talented goaltenders who can get the job done, and if he can become a top-two goalie in the League, the Stars should be in good shape.
Oleksiak was an AHL free agent this summer, and while the Stars had been monitoring his development, they decided to sign him instead of paying the $2.2 million he was asking for.
That should open up a roster spot for the 21-year-old Oleksiaks first season in North America.
The 22-year old Oleksiya has had a solid AHL career, posting a 2-0-0 record with a 1.85 goals-and-one-game record in 10 appearances with the Texas Stars.
He was named a Second Star in the AHL’s Most Outstanding Player award last season.
Olekysiys playmaking ability and the ability for him to stay in the game and take penalties is a huge reason the Stars signed him to a two-year deal.
He is expected to get plenty of minutes, which will help him grow as a player.
His playmaking abilities are one of his best assets, and his ability to get the puck out quickly and put it in the back of the net could be his biggest strength.
Oskiesa also has a good shot, and is a strong skater, and has the tools to become a good NHL goalie.
The next step for Oleks is to be more comfortable in the American Hockey League, which is where he has played his professional hockey career.
Oleckysi is a good skater and a solid puck handler, and Dallas is a team that likes to have both.
Olesksiys first AHL season came in 2018, when Dallas made the playoffs for the first time in six years, going 4-2-1 in the regular season and then taking the Central Conference by surprise with wins in the first round and then the conference finals.
The team’s success this season has made Oleksis game even more impressive.
Olivier Joseph/Associated Press/Associated ImagesIn the playoffs, Oleksy played very well in his rookie season with the Dallas Stars, posting three shutouts, and winning the Ve