1. Ken's Corner: Future Looks Bright For Dallas Stars Youngsters

    There's something to be said for a team with a lot of youth. Usually it's in respect to a losing season and how one day the team will be tough veterans, but for the Dallas Stars youth is like ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 157 reads 0 comments

  2. NHL Appears Suspension Happy After Alex Ovechkin Hit

    It's clear wherever Alexander Ovechkin goes the spotlight follows; and the ever watchful eye of the National Hockey League moves as well to ensure one of its top superstars behaves in step...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 620 reads 11 comments

  3. Dallas Stars Trend of Failure on Home Ice Becoming Expected

    After a well put together win in Detroit on Wednesday night, the Stars flew home to do battle with the Columbus Blue Jackets, but appears that they left a bag in the Motor City; the bag containing the Stars' ability to play on home ice...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 78 reads 0 comments

  4. Russians Worth the Risk?: NHL Draft Time Could Prove Answer

    With Blue Jackets prospect Nikita Filatov skipping the country to return to native Russia to play in the KHL, does it serve as an example of a growing problem in the NHL? It could be that Filatov ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 402 reads 27 comments

  5. Ken's Corner: Are the Dallas Stars Lions or Tame Kittens?

    Much like the above photo, the Stars have taken parts of this season right on the jaw, and with little consistency to the team in sight, it seems likely they will continue to...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 107 reads 0 comments

  6. California Dreaming: Dallas Stars Conquer Shootout and San Jose Sharks

    Random Note : It really angers me when I have to resort to an outdated photo. Getty Images mega lets me down with a lack of updated hockey photos. At least the photo fits the game from Thursday night...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 100 reads 2 comments

  7. Brett "Hall of Fame" Hull: Paying Homage To an NHL Legend

    There's something about tradition and family when it comes to hockey; it is what makes the sport as amazing and life changing as it is...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 162 reads 3 comments

  8. Ken's Corner: No Mike Modano? No Problem! Stars Doing Well Without Veteran

    While much of this article is almost blaspheme in the Dallas hockey realm, it is true. The early chunk of this season has shown that the Stars can be successful without longtime veterans who ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 174 reads 1 comments

  9. Dallas Stars Lack Of Consistency a Cause For Concern in Big-D

    To say the Stars haven't had a successful season so far would be a lie, then again after last season anything seems like a success. The problem is that the Stars aren't improving as the season grows older...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 80 reads 0 comments

  10. Ken's Power Rankings: Western Conference Locked in Tight Points Races

    With the NHL season about 10 games in, we have a fairly decent perspective on what teams really have going for them...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 174 reads 0 comments

  11. Ken's Corner: Pacific Division Setting Standard For Western Conference

    Preface: Some of the point’s totals given for teams may no longer be correct, as this article was written over the weekend and has just now been posted...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  12. Ken's Corner: Dallas Stars Battle Hard On Southern Cali Road Trip

    Generally I'm not the type to lead an article with a fight photo, but that's exactly what the Stars did on this road trip. They battled hard in two games, and recorded valuable points in both...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 81 reads 0 comments

  13. Phoenix Coyotes: Coach Dave Tippett's Start Shows Wayne Gretzky Wasn't So Great

    No one can deny the skill and domination by Wayne Gretzky on the ice, but behind the bench as head coach in Phoenix he was a bit of a joke. His hair began to make him look more like Ellen DeGeneres and he was always playing the crybaby on calls...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 308 reads 10 comments

  14. Ken's Corner: NHL's Top 10 Sophomores to Keep an Eye on in 2009-2010

    While the hubbub so far this early season is hot teams and new rookies, the beloved baby-faced rookies of last season have now grown into hard nosed experienced veterans and are largely forgotten...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 1,080 reads 8 comments

  15. Ken's Corner: Top Five Reasons to Read the Theo Fleury Book

    When I was asked to discuss the new Theo Fleury book Playing With Fire, which has as much swearing, drug use, and vulgarity as the movie "Crank It," took me awhile to take it seriously...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 688 reads 1 comments

  16. Ken's Corner: Thoughts On The Dallas Stars' Last Two Games

    Boston-Dallas, 3-0 The best place to start is in the beginning, even though it would likely be less painful if we didn't. Dallas lost in a very one sided game on Friday night to the Boston Bruins, 3-0...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 86 reads 2 comments

  17. America vs. Canada: The Divisiveness of Hockey in North America

    Hockey has always been about the us versus them mentality, and apparently that train of thought has tainted the Board of Governors, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, and now the best fans of any sport in the world...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 269 reads 15 comments

  18. Red River Rivalry: Texas Football in Terms Of The Texas Penal Code

    Now that the giggling has worn off from the use of the word "penal", I'll explain my topic. It occurred to me while studying for my Criminal Justice class that Texas' team this season is oddly similar to the Texas Penal Code (Texas State Law)...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 511 reads 2 comments

  19. Dallas Stars Take Out Nashville Predators 6-0 in Big-D

    Leaders lead and followers follow. It's a pretty basic concept that the Stars needed to be reminded of coming into Wednesday's game against the Nashville Predators...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  20. Dallas Stars Look to End Shootout-Loss Streak Against Nashville Predators

    As the young season continues after their Western Canadian road trip, the Stars find themselves in an interesting spot, a limbo where the team may either be in a good position, or bad...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 83 reads 1 comments

  21. Ken's Players to Watch: Dallas Stars vs. Vancouver Canucks

    The Dallas Stars' last showing against the Calgary Flames was an eye-opening game to the true talent and potential of this club...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  22. Ken's Corner: Thoughts and Perspective After the Stars Doused the Flames

    On Friday night the Dallas Stars recorded their first win by handing the Calgary Flames their first loss. The Flames are still (out of the gate) one of the best teams in the West and ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 89 reads 2 comments

  23. The NHL's Transformers: The 2009-2010 Dallas Stars

    Something significant happened during last night's overtime loss in Edmonton. It was neither the ringing of the post in back to back games by James Neal, nor the significant playing time handed to Tom Wandell...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 218 reads 2 comments

  24. Stars Vs Stars: Dallas Beats New AHL Affiliate Texas 5-1

    The most exciting things about this time of year are new beginnings, the start of a new school year, new hockey season, and countless others. For me, it is the beginning of a new column covering the Texas and Dallas Stars at hockey54...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 5 years ago 287 reads 0 comments

  25. So Long, Sergei: Long-time Dallas Star Zubov Leaves NHL For KHL

    As reported by TSN and the Dallas Morning News, long time Dallas Stars defenseman Sergei Zubov has signed with SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL. Zubov only played in 10 games last season with the Stars, due to a severe hip injury...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 5 years ago 415 reads 9 comments