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Mike Modano #9 of the Dallas Stars watches the action against the Buffalo Sabres at the HSBC Arena on March 10, 2010 in Buffalo, New York. The Sabres defeated the Stars 5-3. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

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Consecutive games, regular-season and playoffs, broadcast on local television in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. The streak comes to an end with Sunday's game against the Colorado Avalanche, marking the first time since April 4, 1997 that a Stars' game has been unavailable on local TV in the Dallas area.


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Goals by Maxime Talbot, the Pittsburgh Penguins' playoff hero last spring, through 32 games of an injury-filled season that didn't start until December. Talbot's hopes of improving that total dropped at the trading deadline when Alexei Ponikarovsky was acquired from Toronto to take his place on the second line with Evgeni Malkin, where Talbot played much of last year.


Points by the Los Angeles Kings through 66 games this season, four more than they compiled all of last season when they finished second last in the Western Conference, ahead of only the Colorado Avalanche.

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