Dallas Stars Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Radulov had a goal and an assist in a 6-4 win over Calgary on Friday.
Impact: Radulov has been rolling through November, scoring in nine of Calgary's 11 games during the month. He appears to have adjusted well to Dallas and should be a more consistent scorer moving foward. Make sure you're regularly putting him in your lineup.
News: Bishop picked up a win by holding the Flames to four goals on 38 shots, beating Calgary 6-4 on Friday.
Impact: The good news is that Bishop got a win, but the bad news is that he didn't look great doing it. An .895 percent save percentage isn't going to cut it most nights. He's got some work to do to be the goalie that the Stars thought they were getting.
News: Seguin scored once in the second period and twice in the third to pace a 6-4 Friday win over Calgary.
Impact: After getting just two goals in the month of November prior to Friday, Seguin had three of them to help pace the Stars. Hopefully, this outburst will be the start of something good for the talented center, who remains on pace to score into the 40's this year.
News: Johns sustained an upper-body injury in Friday night's 6-4 win over the Flames, the Associated Press reports.
Impact: A burgeoning defenseman, Johns was limited to 8:18 of ice time and departed in the second period. While Stars goalies and select fantasy owners will cringe at the thought of possibly losing a guy who's amassed 49 hits and 33 blocked shots through 20 games, the silver lining is that Dallas doesn't hit the ice for another game until Tuesday against the Golden Knights. We fully expect Johns to be reevaluated ahead of that contest.
News: Bishop will start at home against the Flames on Friday.
Impact: Bishop's peripheral numbers are suboptimal (2.69 GAA, .908 save percentage), and the American netminder has been especially shaky of late. In his last 13 games, he's posted a 3.15 GAA and .895 save percentage, and now Bishop has to cool off a Flames team that's gone 7-2-1 in its last 10 contests.
News: Hanzal (hand) is back in the lineup Friday against the Flames.
Impact: Hanzal will have to hope that his time off not only helped him physically, but mentally as well. He only has three points with his new team, including just one score. That goal came in the season opener, so it has been awhile since the veteran has lit the lamp.
News: Honka is expected to play Friday against the Flames.
Impact: Honka had briefly been sent down to the AHL, but after getting called back up, it seems Dallas has plans for him. That being said, the 21-year-old Finn, who was drafted 14th overall in 2014, doesn't have a point through six games this season.
News: Lehtonen (personal) is back with the team ahead of Friday's game with the Flames.
Impact: Lehtonen may be returning, but he's still backing up Ben Bishop. This just means Mike McKenna is heading back down to the AHL.