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Scott Glennie Is On Track
Scott Glennie Is On Track
Glennie hopes to take another step forward during 2012-13
By Mark Stepneski |

Scott Glennie’s first full season of professional hockey didn’t get off to the start he or the Dallas Stars envisioned, but when the dust settled it turned out to be a year of steady progress for the team’s first round pick in 2009. And now both are hoping he is ready to take another step forward in 2012-13.

“The first year was a positive for him,” said Les Jackson, Dallas Stars Director of Player Personnel. “As a first year pro, he grew up and matured a little bit. It will be interesting to see how he goes this year.”

Glennie made strides last season despite missing almost all of Dallas’ training camp, and the first three games of the AHL season, due to a concussion. Once he did hit the ice for the Texas Stars, he registered just two points in his first 13 games, but his production started to pick up in late November. Then, during a stretch that ran from early January to late March, Glennie put up 26 points (8 goals, 18 assists) in 34 games.

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Posted on 07/24/12

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