After the NHL draft, free agency and other off-season moves, NHL.com is considering where each team stands in preparation for the 2022-23 regular season, which begins October 7. Today, the stars of Dallas:
2021-22 season: 46-30-6 Fourth in the Central Division. Lost in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs
Mason’s careerF: The 27-year-old signed a four-year contract on July 13. He had his NHL highs in goals (18), assists (29) and points (47) in 54 regular season games with the Florida Panthers last season and had one goal. point, assist, in four Stanley Cup playoffs. … Colin MillerDr: The 29-year-old signed a two-year contract on July 13. He had 14 points (2 goals, 12 assists) in 38 games with the Buffalo Highlights last season. … Peter Debor, coach: Hired on June 21 to replace Rick Bowness, the 54-year-old coached the previous three seasons with the Vegas Golden Knights before being fired on May 16. ineligible last season.
John KlingbergDr: There likely won’t be a contract coming up for the 29-year-old star player, who has netted 374 points (71 goals, 303 assists) in 552 NHL games. The unrestricted free agent had 47 points (six goals, 41 assists) in 74 games last season and one assist in seven playoffs. … Braden Holtbyg: The unrestricted free agent was 10-10-1 with 2.78 goals-to-average, .913 savings and one closing in 24 games (22 starts). He last played on March 4 before missing the remainder of the season with a lower body injury. … Vladislav NamestnikovF: He signed a one-year contract with Tampa Bay Lightning on July 13. He had 30 points (16 goals, 14 assists) in 75 regular season games with the Red Wings and Stars last season and had a goal and assist in seven playoffs. Toys. … Michael RavelF: The unrestricted free agent had 16 points (seven goals and nine assists) in 76 regular season games and three points (two goals and one assist) in seven playoffs. … Alexander RadulovF: He signed a two-year contract with Akars Kazan of the Continental Hockey League on July 14. He had 22 points (four goals, 18 assists) in 71 games and had no point in three games after the season. … Blake ComoF: The UFA had one goal in six regular season games. … Andrei SkiraDr: He retired from the NHL on July 18 after 16 seasons. He had four points (one goal, three assists) in 32 games last season. … Rick Bowness, coach: He resigned on May 20 after three seasons. The Stars were 89-62-25 and went to the playoffs twice out of his three seasons, advancing to the Stanley Cup Final in 2020, when they lost to the Lightning in six games. Bowness was hired as the Winnipeg Jets coach on July 3.
On the edge
Marian StudenekF: The 23-year-old, who got exemptions from the New Jersey Devils on January 24, had four points (two goals and two assists) in 33 regular season games last season. He had three points (one goal, two assists) in 16 regular season games for the stars and no points in four playoff games. … Thomas HarleyDr: The 20-year-old scored four points (one goal and three assists) in 34 regular season games with Dallas and 11 assists in 27 games with the Texas NHL.
They still need
To sign restricted free agents Jason Robertson And the Jake Oettinger. Robertson, the striker, who turned 23 on July 22, had 79 points (41 goals, 38 assists) in 74 games last season, and is second in front. Joe Pavlesky With 81 points (27 goals and 54 assists) in 82 matches. Oettinger, the 23-year-old goalkeeper, was 30-15-1 with 2.53 goals-to-average, 0.914 saves and one closing percentage in 48 games (46 starts). He was great in the playoffs, going 3-4-0 with 1.81 GAA, 0.954 savings and one closing against the Calgary Flames.
they said that
“Mason checked a lot of boxes in terms of what we felt our needs were ahead of as a group. He’s big (6ft-4, 209lb), can skate, he’s produced on a good team, a lot of 5-in-5 times as well in his production. We think That there’s a lot of ceiling there; kind of a late fall. It’s been a great year, and it’s been a competitive market for him. But we feel we’ve upgraded the group up front.” – Assistant General Manager Scott White
Marchment hit an all-time high in the National Hockey League last season and was one of the most productive players in the league. The Elite Team of the Stars is Jason Robertson, Rob Hintz And Joe Pavelsky is reinforced, so Marchment can gain a position in the second line with exposure ahead Tyler Seguin But he goes from the highest-scoring NHL team for the Panthers (4.11 goals per game last season) to the Superstars, who ranked 21 (2.84). Yet Marchment, entering his heyday at the age of 27, still has untapped fantastical potential and deserves to be targeted in the latter rounds, especially with strong results coverage (2.11 per game last season). – Pete Jensen
Jason Robertson, Rob Hintz, Joe Pavlesky
Mason’s career – Jimmy Ben – Tyler Seguin
Marian Studenek – Radek hatched – Luke Glinding
Joel Kiviranta – Jacob Peterson – Denis Guryanov
Issa Lindell – Miro Heskanen
Ryan Sutter – Jani Hakanba
Thomas Harley – Joel Hanley