Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Brenden Morrow Profile

Brenden Morrow #10 Profile morrowprofile

January 16, 1979 in Carlyle, Saskatchewan

9 season in the NHL

Dallas Stars/Left Wing/Captain

5’11”, 205

Shoots: Left

Drafted 25th overall by the Dallas Stars in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft

Last Year: 18 games, 5 goals and 10 assists

Missed 64 games due of the regular season due to a torn Right ACL in his right knee

Scouting Report


  • Knows how to handle the physical game and is a natural leader. Will pay the price to score goals and also has sound defensive qualities.


  • Is not a natural finisher, and will occasionally miss easy scoring chances. Has to avoid taking bad penalties. His physical style can lead to injury.

Career Potential

  • Power forward and leader.


Brenden Morrow is the heart and soul of the Dallas Stars. When he was out last year, the Stars struggle without him and they didn’t have the energy like they had in the 08 playoff run. He brought the energy that the team needed during that long playoff run. If the Stars were not injured, I think the Stars would have made it past the third round and won the cup. That’s my opinion.

Morrow is the best captain cause he stands up for his teammates and make sure that the other team pays for what they did by scoring the important goals. He is what you need in a leader.  Leader, teammate and most of all when he talks, his teammates listen. He has a warrior type attitude that many leaders have and has that determination that many players desire. He has the ability to dominate shifts, games and make an impact for the Dallas Stars. That and his work ethic certainly gets noticed by everybody else.

Brenden Morrow is still growing into the position of being the captain and he will one day lead this team to a Stanley Cup.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Another Road Loss for The Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars need to learn start winning on the road. I mean come on…most teams can win on the road and we can’t. These road games have been brutal for the Stars and I hope they find a way to win on the road so that they can make the playoffs and help bring the Cup back to Dallas Stars nation.

I have a few players that need to step up:


Brenden Morrow, the Dallas Stars heart and soul. He was missed during last year and he needs to lead this team to a road victory. He can step up by making sure his teammates are not making a mistake. He can show the young guns on what is important in a win. He can show the rookies what is right from wrong. He is the captain and a leader. A captain is most important during a road victory.


Marty Turco, the goalie and savior of the Dallas Stars. Last year, he had the worst season I have ever seen and this year, I am expecting him to do better. He needs to make key saves and help this team to a road victory. They always say that a goalie makes or breaks the game. If Turco doesn’t do well in the season and lead them to the playoffs, he won’t be seen in a Stars uniform next year.  He needs to step up and lead the Stars to wins.

The captain and goalie are the two most important people during a road victory. Let’s hope that the Stars learn to win and work together on the road or it will be a long summer.

Another edition of the Richards Corner, thanks for reading and look for a new article in a few weeks as I will do some more Stars profiles.

Monday, October 19, 2009

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