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@BruceLeVinePuck
Congrats to Miro Heiskanen who became a dad last night.
Obviously he will not be in the lineup as he is with his wife…

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Feb 19, 2024

@BruceLeVinePuck
Jake Oettinger in net
Miro Heiskanen is back.
Both play tonight vs Anaheim
Per Pete DeBoer

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 25, 2024

@MikeHeika
Oettinger in goalDellandrea in. Smith still hurtPete DeBoer said he hopes Miro Heiskanen can play in one of the two ga…

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 23, 2024

@SaadYousuf126
Some pretty big news from Stars (optional) morning skate… Pete DeBoer said that, barring setback, Miro Heiskanen will be…

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 16, 2024

@Lassimak
Pete DeBoer has labeled Miro Heiskanen “week-to-week.”

He said his injury is not “terrible” or season ending and will not require surgery.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 5, 2024

@PierreVLeBrun
No update yet on Miro Heiskanen, he will be further evaluated later today. There's initial optimism that the injury is not long term, but the team will know more later today.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 5, 2024

@SaadYousuf126
Pete DeBoer didn’t have an update on Miro Heiskanen postgame: “We’ll have some testing done. Probably have more for you tomorrow.”

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 4, 2024

@OwenNewkirk
Per Stars PR:

Defenseman Miro Heiskanen (lower body) is questionable to return.

(Miro crashed into Scott Wedgewood early in the third period and hasn't played since).

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) Jan 4, 2024

@SaadYousuf126
Miro Heiskanen leads all player in TOI this postseason (397 mins in 14 games).

Florida’s Brandon Montour is second (394 minutes in 14 games).

Montour has played a 4OT game while Heiskanen has a game where he only played one period.

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) May 21, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Miro Heiskanen is warming up. Ty Dellandrea is not.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) May 9, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Miro Heiskanen was officially dubbed a game time decision.

DeBoer: “Everyone skated so I would call him game time but looks good.”

He’s playing.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) May 9, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Per Pete DeBoer on Miro Heiskanen: “He’s here with the group. Obviously a pretty bad cut. I would call him day to day. We’ll see how he feels tomorrow. 24 hours makes a big difference with those types of things.”

Cut is not around the eye and he is not in concussion protocol.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) May 8, 2023

@MikeHeika
Pete DeBoer said Heiskanen would have liked to return.

That seems like a good sign for Game 4.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) May 8, 2023

@BrienRea
Stars PR makes it official that Heiskanen will not return. Upper-body | #TexasHockey

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) May 8, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Scott Wedgewood leads the Stars on the ice for the third period. Jake Oettinger is out. Miro Heiskanen is not on the ice.

— NHL Game Day News (@GameDayNewsNHL) May 7, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Miro Heiskanen played 29 minutes in Game 2. The Kraken's game-high was Adam Larsson's 22 minutes. Nobody else in the game played more than 24 minutes.

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) May 5, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Miro Heiskanen has played 174 minutes this postseason through six games. That's 20 minutes more than second place, which is Minnesota's Jonas Brodin at 154 (in six games).

Heiskanen's 142 minutes at EV TOI is tops in the NHL postseason, as is his 29 minutes per game TOI average.

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Apr 29, 2023

@BruceLeVinePuck
A milestone night:
1) Joe Pavelski becomes the 11th American to score 1000 NHL points
2) Jason Robertson ties Dino Ciccarelli for the 2nd most points (106) in a season in franchise history
3) Miro Heiskanen ties Sergei Zubov for most points (71) by a Dallas Defenseman in a season

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Apr 11, 2023

@BrienRea
Highest-scoring defensemen seasons, franchise history:

Craig Hartsburg, 77 pts (81-82) MIN
Brad Maxwell, 73 pts (83-84) MIN
Sergei Zubov, 71 pts (05-06) DAL
Miro Heiskanen, 68 pts (22-23) DAL*
Larry Murphy, 68 pts (89-90) MIN

*Five games remaining

#TexasHockey

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Apr 6, 2023

@OwenNewkirk
Miro Heiskanen also finished as the top-scoring defenseman in the @NHL in the month of March.

15 GP, 23 points (4 goals, 19 assists).

#TexasHockey https://t.co/J4iPR7Eswd

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Mar 31, 2023

@SaadYousuf126
Miro Heiskanen has:
— 62 points in 69 games
— played 4th-most minutes in NHL (three mins shy of No. 3)
— on pace for 74 points (would more than double his previous career-high, 36)
— longest active points streak (12 games), set franchise record
— remained a defensive wizard https://t.co/e6GX34wTom

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Mar 24, 2023

@OwenNewkirk
The Stars and Kraken are going to make NHL history tonight.This is not hyperbole, it will be the first-ever NHL game featuring two defensemen carrying double-digit point streaks:Vince Dunn (12 GP, 4-13-17)Miro Heiskanen (10 GP, 3-14-17)#TexasHockey | #SeaKraken https://t.co/U8Zpg7ApSw

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Mar 21, 2023

@amato_mike
17 points for Miro Heiskanen on this 10-game point streak and on pace for 72 overall this year. That breakout season is finally here. #TexasHockey

— NHL Game Day Stats (@GameDayStatsNHL) Mar 19, 2023