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The Dallas Stars score a TKO over America's Team:

What started as seemingly innocuous Tweet by the Dallas Cowboys’ official Twitter account about the NHL got a little heated — and quite funny — Tuesday morning on the popular social networking site.

The original Tweet (which was made from @DallasCowboys and has since been deleted), read:

@DallasCowboys Similarly in the category of nobody-cares…the NHL is back!

That tweet was in response to Josh Ellis (@Josh_Ellis11) saying “Just six weeks until pitchers and catchers, everybody.”

The Dallas Stars official Twitter account (@DallasStars) didn’t seem to find that particularly funny and took at shot at the Cowboys:

@DallasStars At least our #9 got the job done.

The Tweet included a photo of Mike Modano hoisting the Stanley Cup. Modano wore No. 9 for the Stars on the team’s 1999 Stanley Cup Championship team. The Cowboys’ No. 9, QB Tony Romo, has been with the team for 10 seasons and has never won a championship.

Ouch. 

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Tasca's Take is written by Joe Tasca. Born and raised in Westerly, Rhode Island, Joe works as a broadcaster for seven radio stations in southern New England. Whether that's a testament to his on-air ability or because he has a desparate need for money is debatable.

Joe spends his summers playing golf, enjoying the beauty of Misquamicut Beach, and wining and dining girls who are easily awed by the mere presence of a radio personality. During the winter months, he can usually be found taking in a hockey game somewhere in North America. In the spring, he spends much of his time in botanical gardens tiptoeing through the tulips, while autumn is a time to frolic with his golden retrievers through piles of his neighbors’ leaves.