Sep 18, 2013; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Stars right wing Scott Glennie (15) skates against the Florida Panthers during the game at the American Airlines Center. The Stars defeated the Panthers 3-2 in the overtime shootout. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Stars Power Countdown: 70 Days: Scott Glennie Signs

One more day until the weekend. One day closer to the Dallas Stars season opener against the Chicago Blackhawks! 70 days until the Stars open their regular season against the Blackhawks at the American Airlines Center.

The Dallas Stars announced today that they re-signed right winger Scott Glennie to a one year, two-way deal. Per club policy, terms of the deal were disclosed.

Glennie appeared in 0 games for the Dallas Stars this season and spent his year in Austin with the Stars AHL affiliate, the Texas Stars. The 23 year old last saw regular season NHL play back in the 2011-2012 season when he suited up for one game and only had 2 penalty minutes to show for it.

Glennie played in 50 of 76 regular season games with the Texas Stars this past season. He scored 15 goals and tallied 13 assists, along with a +11 rating and 14 penalty minutes. He suited up for 20 of a possible 21 postseason games with the Stars, and snagged 6 goals and 4 assists, as well as a +1 rating and 18 penalty minutes. His best game turned out to be Game 1 of the Calder Cup Finals, in which he scored 2 goals, grabbed 1 assist and knotted himself up in a fight. He was a major factor in the Stars’ Calder Cup run.

Glennie was the Stars first round pick back in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, going at eighth overall. He looks to be in talks of moving up next year, but has a thick list to beat out if he wants to see any time in the NHL.

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