If the Stars are going to rebound, one of the keys will be Robidas
DALLAS -- It was a nothing play at the end of a period. The clock was ticking down to the break, and yet there was Stephane Robidas going down to block a shot.
Between periods, the Dallas Stars' training staff numbed the inside of Robidas' mouth and stitched up the bloody part outside it, and away he went.
"I couldn't really feel anything," Robidas told ESPN.com. "I knew something was wrong. My teeth were caved in a little bit."
Still, Robidas returned during ...
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