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  • proper n. A male given name, an occasional spelling variant of Brendan.

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Examples

  • The messiness of the Sean Avery signing: The Dallas Stars have been a different team since Avery's departure, and they seem like they will make the playoffs, even without injured captain Brenden Morrow.

    The only sure NHL prediction: There always will be surprises

  • Stars captain Brenden Morrow (ACL) played in only 18 games, veteran defenseman Sergei Zubov (hip) missed all but seven games, and Brad Richards was out for most of the final two months with hand and wrist injuries.

    AP: Stars fire head coach Dave Tippett

  • But they had an injury-plagued season, going much of the year without captain Brenden Morrow and veteran defenseman Sergei Zubov.

    Stars hire Crawford as coach, ending Tippett's six-year run

  • ` ` We've got no regrets, and Marty played a heck of a game, made some big saves and some critical ones, '' Dallas captain Brenden Morrow said.

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  • ` ` It was good motivation for us all, '' Stars captain Brenden Morrow said of the impending victory meal.

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  • ` ` Our passion wasn't at the level it needed to be, '' Stars captain Brenden Morrow said.

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  • ` ` He does so many things that are overlooked, '' Stars captain Brenden Morrow said.

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  • ` ` We came a long way this year, but this wasn't our ultimate goal, '' said captain Brenden Morrow, who was doubled over on the ice at game's end.

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  • ` ` We don't feel real good about our game, '' Stars captain Brenden Morrow said.

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  • Captain Brenden Morrow and Jere Lehtinen scored for the falling Stars, who lost for the eighth time in nine games and finally lost any mathematical chance of winning the division they led just a few weeks ago.

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