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Dealt to the Stars in July of 2014 by the Ottawa Senators, Spezza has been a solidifying veteran presence on the Central Division club since his arrival.
He’s dealt with injuries in nearly every season in Dallas, though.
The 33-year-old Ontario native has 309 goals and 534 assists in 888 career contests with the Ottawa Senators and Stars.
Spezza had been skating on Dallas' top line alongside the Stars' dynamic duo of captain Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin, the team's lone representative at last weekend's 2017 NHL All-Star Game.
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(DMN) He also weighed in on the touchy subject of whether Jordie Benn’s ice time is linked to a stipulation with Captain and brother Jamie’s contract. (DMN) Above is a picture of current Stars Brett Ritchie and Devin Shore posted on the Stars twitter feed on Thursday.
Spezza sustained in the injury after a hit by forward Adam Lowry during the third period of a 4-3 loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.
Jets Goaltender Michael Hutchinson picked up the shutout.
Hudler signed with the Stars this summer as a free agent, coming on board after a year split between the Calgary Flames and the Florida Panthers.
He’s been out with an illness for nearly the entire start to his 2016-17 campaign, though, hurting his ability to help the team with supplementary offense.
So I imagine it would be the same way with whoever's wearing the 'C.'"Spezza has played 611 games for the Senators dating to 2002-03, a tenure only surpassed by 1996 No.
1 pick Chris Phillips (1,073 games dating to 1997-98) and Chris Neil (779 games dating to 2001-02).