Sunday, June 12, 2005

If God created a television event.............

It would be this.....
ULTIMATE DALLAS STARS COLLECTION SERIES
RELIVES 1999 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP RUN

On most Saturdays in June and July FSN Southwest relives all Stars playoff wins of the 1999 Stanley Cup championship season with one-hour highlight shows devoted to each victory (see telecast schedule below). The programs are grouped in four-hour blocks corresponding with each round.

The series culminates Saturday, July 16 at 6:00 PM CT with the Cup-clinching 2-1 triple-overtime win over Buffalo in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals telecast in its entirety.

Dallas Stars announcers Ralph Strangis and Daryl Reaugh host the one-hour highlight shows and offer commentary and their recollections of the thrilling championship season.

The ULTIMATE DALLAS STARS COLLECTION series premiered on FSN Southwest in December with 10 one-hour shows looking back at memorable regular-season games in Dallas Stars history.

The playoff series is telecast throughout the network's Southwest region, reaching more than 8 million cable and satellite TV homes in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

FSN Southwest Ultimate Dallas Stars Collection 1999 Stanley Cup Series TV Schedule

Saturday, June 4
Western Conference Quarterfinals: Dallas vs. Edmonton
6:00 p.m. Game 1: Dallas 2, Edmonton 1 -- Guy Carbonneau's wrist shot
between the legs of Tommy Salo at 13:07 of the third period highlights the
Stars' comeback victory.

7:00 p.m. Game 2: Dallas 3, Edmonton 2 -- The Stars connect for two
goals in four minutes of the third period to clinch the victory as Jere
Lehtinen and Jamie Langenbrunner lead the late scoring attack and Ed Belfour
stops 17 of 19 shots.

8:00 p.m. Game 3: Dallas 3, Edmonton 2 -- The Stars score three third
period goals to overcome a 2-0 deficit. Mike Keane, Mike Modano and Joe
Nieuwendyk spark the comeback.

9:00 p.m. Game 4: Dallas 3, Edmonton 2 (3 OT) -- Nieuwendyk's
deflection of a Sergei Zubov slap shot at 17:34 of the third overtime gives
Dallas the series sweep, ending the longest game in Stars history at five
hours and 20 minutes.

Saturday, June 11
Western Conference Semifinals: Dallas vs. St. Louis
3:00 p.m. Game 1: Dallas 3, St. Louis 0 -- Belfour records his fifth
career shutout stopping 23 shots and Pat Verbeek returns to the Dallas
lineup after missing the Edmonton series with a knee injury to score what
proves to be the game-winning goal just 2:25 into the game.

4:00 p.m. Game 2: Dallas 5, St. Louis 4 (OT) -- Nieuwendyk snaps a
wrist shot over Grant Fuhr's shoulder at 8:22 of OT to give the Stars their
sixth straight win in the playoffs.

5:00 p.m. Game 5: Dallas 3, St. Louis 1 -- The Stars take advantage
of Lehtinen's short-handed goal and two power play tallies to beat the Blues
despite being outshot 31-16.

6:00 p.m. Game 6: Dallas 2, St. Louis 1 (OT) -- Modano's goal just
2:21 into OT gives the Stars the series win. Belfour stops 28 of 29 shots.

Saturday, June 25
Western Conference Finals: Dallas vs. Colorado
5:00 p.m. * Game 2: Dallas 4, Colorado 2 -- Nieuwendyk nails his third
game-winning goal of the playoffs at 11:52 of the third period and the Stars
storm Patrick Roy with 45 shots to even the series at 1-1.

6:00 p.m. * Game 3: Dallas 3, Colorado 0 -- Belfour continues his
stellar play in the playoffs, stopping 34 shots for his sixth career shutout
and Nieuwendyk registers his fourth game-winner of the playoffs and adds two
assists.

7:00 p.m. Game 6: Dallas 4, Colorado 1 -- Langenbrunner and Richard
Matvichuk score 14 seconds apart with just under three minutes left to force
a seventh game in the series.

8:00 p.m. Game 7: Dallas 4, Colorado 1 -- Former Avalanche Keane
scores a pair of goals, including the game-winner, to send Dallas to the
Stanley Cup Finals and complete the comeback against Colorado.

* -- telecast only in Northern region markets.

Saturday, July 2
Stanley Cup Finals: Dallas vs. Buffalo
2:30 p.m. Game 2: Dallas 4, Buffalo 2 -- Following a heart-breaking
overtime loss in Game 1, the Stars get goals from Langenbrunner, Craig
Ludwig, Brett Hull and Derian Hatcher to even the series.

3:30 p.m. Game 3: Dallas 2, Buffalo 1 - Nieuwendyk's playoff magic
continues as he scores both Stars goals, tying the NHL record for
game-winning goals in one playoff year with his sixth.

4:30 p.m. Game 5: Dallas 2, Buffalo 0 -- Belfour has another
incredible night, turning back 23 shots for his third shutout of the 1999
playoffs and seventh of his playoff career as the Stars come to within one
victory of the Stanley Cup.

Saturday, July 16
Stanley Cup Finals Game 6: Dallas Brings Home The Cup
6:00 p.m. Game 6: Dallas 2, Buffalo 1 (3 OT) - FSN Southwest telecasts
one of the most memorable events in Dallas sports history in its entirety.
The Stars capture their first Stanley Cup in dramatic fashion as Brett Hull
slides a shot past Dominik Hasek at 14:21 of the third overtime to bring
Lord Stanley to the Lone Star State. Belfour continues his fantastic
goaltending, stopping 53 of 54 Buffalo shots in 114:51 of action.
Can you say.....TIVO


Danica.. more like "Spare-ica"
I really could go into an intense tirade, I just don't feel like it. All I know is if I have to see the ESPN highlight of the Schtick-filled "Lady and Gentlemen, start your engines." garbage, I will indeed vomit

Another Star heads north
Jason Zawacki of the Dallas Stars Midget 3A is the latest to find himself a new home in the junior hockey ranks, landing a spot with the Chilliwack Chiefs of the BCHL. He will no doubt enjoy the sparkly new Prospera Centre, where the Chiefs call home until next season when they plan to move.

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