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Time For Changes In Dallas?

from Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News,

Could the Stars resort to personnel changes after an 8-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday _ the worst loss the team has suffered at American Airlines Center? Well, it seems at the very least we should be on alert.

After all, owner Tom Gaglardi was in the building. He brought his family down for the game from Vancouver and viewed that debacle live. While the team’s performance on the ice was frustrating, it may have been just as annoying that the arena was sold out, and that Chicago fans were having a heyday.

In addition to trying to build a team, Gaglardi is trying to build a business. If you look on the team website, they are trying to sell season tickets for next year. If you have been keeping track of the push for realignment, the work that went into designing a new logo and uniform for next season, and the sales and marketing attack of recent months, you know how important all of this is in the plan to make the Stars a winner again.

So when you have a full house on Spring Break with a lot of eyes on your product, it’s best not to embarrass yourself.

The Stars embarrassed themselves.

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