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I was watching games from the beginning of the season and found this gem. I love you, Rous, but I gotta say: that sarcastic clapping by White is a work of art. (DAL-PHI 10/20/15)

No, thank YOU for the incredible season. It legit sucks to eliminated on home ice, but I am so ridiculously proud of this Dallas Stars team. I can’t even begin to express how much love I have for this team. They overcame so much adversity this season to make it to the playoffs when everyone thought they wouldn’t make it. They forced a game 6 when people thought they’d get swept. This team brought playoff hockey back to Dallas. How can you not be proud of that? This team, especially the young players who have never seen playoff hockey, have finally gotten that taste. They’re going to come back hungrier than ever next year. This team is going to be a force to be reckoned with over the next several years and I can’t wait to watch them take the NHL by storm. The Stanley Cup will return to Dallas. May not be next year, but it will be in the next few years. And when that happens, I will be a flailing sobbing mess. 

Watch on starstruck014.tumblr.com

Dallas Stars locker room celebration after Game 4 win

I love my team. <3 

Sundance Opening Film ‘The Bronze’ Gets Summer Release Date

Bryan Buckley’s The Bronze becomes the latest Sundance film to nab a summer release date.
The comedy, the opening-night title at the Park City film festival in January, has been given a July 31 wide release, distributor Relativity announced on Friday. The film will have a limited release on July 10.
The Bronze revolves around a former Olympic gymnast portrayed by Melissa Rauch, with a cast featuring Gary Cole and Thomas Middleditch. U.S. rights were acquired by Relativity for a figure in the range of $3 million, sources previously told The Hollywood Reporter. International rights went to Sony.
In a festival review, THR’s chief film critic Todd McCarthy wrote that Buckley “brings energy to his directorial feature debut but precious little style.”
With a wide release on July 31, the title may serve as counterprogramming against Paramount tentpole Mission Impossible 5, which recently vacated its Christmas release plan to avoid a showdown with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Other films planned for release that weekend include Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw and Ryan Reynolds’ thriller Self/Less.
The Bronze is one of multiple titles to emerge from Sundance with a theatrical debut in the next few months.

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the blackhawks snapchats are funny