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Extractions: Dallas, Texas Customize Make This Your Home Page E-mail Newsletters MySpecialsDirect ... What's New Stars' Tugnutt excited about opportunity to play 08:55 AM CST on Friday, March 26, 2004 By MIKE HEIKA / The Dallas Morning News "It better be," Stars coach Dave Tippett replied wryly. With Vezina Trophy candidate Turco suspended four games by the NHL because of a high-sticking incident against Edmonton's Ryan Smyth on Wednesday, it would be easy to dismiss the Stars' pursuit of the Pacific Division title as futile. Dallas is one point behind the San Jose Sharks but has to run a gantlet of Western Conference teams (Vancouver on Saturday, San Jose on Sunday and Edmonton on Wednesday) to catch the Sharks. Also Online Marty Turco bio (from nhl.com) Ron Tugnutt bio (from nhl.com) Official news release (from nhl.com) Subscribe to our Inside the Stars e-mail newsletter Tell us: Is the suspension of Marty Turco fair? "I'm excited about it," said Tugnutt, who has played only seven games this season. "I know it's disappointing to not have Marty here, but I don't want people to say we can't still achieve our goals. I'm planning on winning some games." Tugnutt has struggled with injuries and confidence this season, but he's coming off a shutout of Chicago on March 14 and has good numbers (1.95 goals-against average, .913 save percentage). At age 36 and an unrestricted free agent in the summer, Tugnutt said he has considered that this could be his last opportunity in the NHL.
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Extractions: 08:06 PM CDT on Thursday, April 29, 2004 By MIKE HEIKA / The Dallas Morning News The Stars' three major off-season medical procedures should be taken care of by next week, and all three players are expected to make full recoveries and be ready to play by the start of training camp. Versatile veteran forward Stu Barnes had the most significant procedure, undergoing full rotator cuff surgery. Barnes played the last half of the season with a tear in his shoulder ligament, and the injury worsened as the playoffs went on. The ligament could not be repaired arthroscopically. Barnes, who is under contract to the Stars for one more season, will have to rest the shoulder for 60 days and then can begin his rehabilitation. Goalie Marty Turco is scheduled to have hip surgery in New York today. Turco has played with nagging pain for three years and is expected to have his hip "cleaned up" by renowned hip surgeon Dr. Robert Buly.
Extractions: E-mail This Article Printer-Friendly Format Receive the Daily Bulletin Subscribe to Print ... Join a Forum NEW YORK (AP) - Goaltender Marty Turco of the Dallas Stars was suspended for four games by the NHL on Thursday for high-sticking in a game against the Edmonton Oilers. var printad = "no"; The league also suspended Columbus Blue Jackets forward Jody Shelley for three games for fighting against the Minnesota Wild. Turco hit the Oilers' Ryan Smith in the mouth with his stick during the first period of Dallas' 4-3 overtime win Wednesday night. The All-Star goalie, who forfeits $195,121 in salary, was assessed a double minor for high-sticking. "It was an accident," Turco said after the game. "That's all I'm going to say about that." The Stars recalled goalie Jason Bacashihua from the Utah Grizzlies of the AHL. Ron Tugnutt, Turco's backup, most likely will take over the starting job for the next four games. Shelley, who forfeits $21,036 in salary, was given a minor penalty for roughing, a major for fighting and a misconduct penalty at 6:01 of the second period in Wednesday's 2-0 win against the Wild.
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Extractions: Michigan goaltender Marty Turco celebrates the Wolverines' national championship at the FleetCenter on Saturday night. The 3-2 overtime victory gave Michigan its second NCAA hockey title in three years. A short while later, Michigan forward Josh Langfeld went out and fulfilled Pearson's prophecy, scoring a goal with 2:09 left in overtime to give the Wolverines another 3-2 victory and their ninth NCAA championship in school history. "When we finally won it (in 1996) it was a monkey off everyone's back at Michigan," Michigan coach Red Berenson said. "This game, we shouldn't have been here, we shouldn't have won - yet we did. And it's an even greater feeling." Langfeld's goal was set up by a pass from Michigan defenseman Chris Fox, who sent the puck from the left corner of the rink. Langfeld then wristed a low shot that slipped by Boston College goaltender Scott Clemmensen. But it almost never happened. The Eagles, who ended the season 27-9-5, almost scored on several occasions during overtime, firing shots off the crossbar and the left post during the sudden death period.
Extractions: Notes from a Texas hockey pilgrimage Turco shines brightest, stops 33 shots Turco's 19 saves enough for 3-2 win 10 Facts About the American Airlines Center in Dallas I got back late yesterday afternoon from my first annual hockey pilgrimage to Dallas, where I saw the Stars beat the St. Louis Blues 2-0 behind a "stand on your head"- quality goaltending performance from Marty Turco. (Last night, the same two teams met up at the Savvis Center in St.Louis. Marty Turco wasn't perfect on this night, but he was certainly good enough for preserve a 3-2 victory over the Blues.) Our trip was short, but it was a blast. Well, at least it was for me. My travelling companion is from St. Louis originally, and he's a huge Blues fan. Understandably, he wasn't nearly as excited with Friday's final score, especially since the Blues did in all honesty outplay Dallas. I can only imagine his dismay with last night's result in St. Louis. I'm hardly in a position to gloat, however. St. Louis currently sits in fifth place in the Western Conference playoff standings. While Dallas' win last night allowed them to sneak into eight place, they have been on the outside looking in all season. No, Dallas may not be quite as overpaid and undermotivated as the NY Rangers, but they're not far off.
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Extractions: DALLAS (Ticker) Defenseman Sergei Zubov almost single-handedly rallied the Dallas Stars past the NHL's hottest team. Zubov had a pair of assists and scored the fluke game-winner in a four-goal third period as the Stars roared past the streaking Ottawa Senators, 5-3. The Stars erased a two-goal deficit in the first 3:01 of the final period before Zubov's shot from the neutral zone put them ahead with 3:07 remaining. "I was just trying to put it on net and hope for a rebound," Zubov said. "We had two guys going there, so even if it didn't go in, it's going to come out and hopefully, we get a shot at the rebound." Goaltender Patrick Lalime got a piece of the puck, but it squeezed through him and rolled into the net with the help of defenseman Brian Pothier , who made an unsuccessful attempt to clear it away. "There's not much to say. He shot and it just went through," Lalime said. "A two-goal lead and you know they're going to come back, but what am I going to say? It's bad to lose that way."
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Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey NY Islanders NY Rangers Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St. Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL NHL Officials Mighty Roos Eishockey.com Hockeyghiaccio flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Hockey Injuries Just For Fans Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive It's June 6, 1999. I'm standing near the Dallas Stars bench at Reunion Arena. Coach Ken Hitchcock turns and taps a goaltender on the shoulder and says, "OK, Marty. It's your turn." Off the ice come Ed Belfour and Roman Turek, the starter and backup for the Stars. I'm wondering what gives. The Stars are two days away from facing the Buffalo Sabres in the Stanley Cup Finals and Hitchcock is telling his shooters to line up and face ... Marty Turco. Turco enters the goal crease and, well, he lays down on his side.
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Extractions: Home Schedule Statistics Roster ... Mail Quotable: Turco Friday, September 12, 2003 Here are some of the quotes on the Marty Turco situation from Friday's newspapers. Turco's holdout officially began Thursday night when he wasn't under contract before a team meeting. Owner Tom Hicks said the Stars three-year, $12 million offer is off the table and that when negotiations resume the team will probably offer Turco a one-year contract at less than $4 million. Stars goaltender Marty Turco "I'm a hockey player. I'm not trying to be rude or anything, but I'm just really not comfortable talking about this." (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) "I'm just getting myself prepared to play as soon as possible." (Dallas Morning News) Stars goaltender Ron Tugnutt "I can't worry about other people. I have to worry about what's expected of me. I'd be a fool if I was preparing myself as if he's going to be here one day. Because then when it comes time to do the work, I'll be looking at the other side and wondering when he's coming. The day that it happens, and it will happen, I'll say, 'Oh, Marty's back.' But I have to be ready to play." (Dallas Morning News) "I would be a fool if I entered camp thinking about anything other than Game 1. I'd prefer to be surprised that he's here. I know negotiations are tough, and I knew it would be tough because both sides have strong points. There is a market for Marty. They just have to agree where that is." (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
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Extractions: Commissioner.COM Fantasy Writer The Fantasy Hockey Weekly Planner is the essential guide to setting your lineup for the upcoming week. Every Friday, we provide you with top matchups, hot and cold players and give you the scoop on injured players. Projections are for Mar. 29 - Apr. 4 On tap: Week 25 brings us six nationally televised games. Minnesota at Detroit on Monday; Detroit at Columbus on Wednesday; Detroit at St. Louis on Thursday; Atlanta at Tampa Bay on Saturday; St. Louis at Minnesota and Chicago at Dallas on Sunday. Other prime matchups to watch: Ottawa and Tampa Bay hook up on Monday for a possible Eastern Conference Finals preview; Ottawa and Philadelphia tangle in the Wachovia Center on Friday; New Jersey heads to Boston for a possible Eastern Conference Quarterfinals preview and Toronto and Ottawa might decide the Northeast Division on Saturday night. Marty Turco is suspended for four of the final five regular season games.
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