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Mike Modano - Personal Life
... On November 30, 2006, singer/songwriter Willa Ford announced that Modano, her long-time boyfriend, had proposed to her during the weekend of Thanksgiving, 2006 ... Modano and Ford were married in a small ceremony in Athens, Texas, on August 25, 2007, where Brett Hull and Darryl Sydor attended as Modano's co-best men ... In August 2012, Ford and Modano announced that they were divorcing ...
List Of Team Payrolls In The NHL - Western Conference - Pacific Division - Dallas Stars
39,800,000 1999–2000 $42,300,000 6.28% 2000–01 $50,050,000 18.32% $955,000 Brett Hull Mike Modano $7,000,000 2001–02 $48,710,352 -2.68% $1,600,000 Mike Modano $8,000,000 2002–03 $69,570,169 42.82% $2,525,0 ...
Mike Modano - Playing Career - Early Years and Stanley Cup Championship
... The North Stars selected Modano as the first overall draft pick in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft at the age of 18, an honor shared by only five other Americans Brian Lawton (1983), Bryan Berard (1995), Rick ... After playing one more season with the Prince Albert Raiders, Modano joined the North Stars for the 1989–90 season and scored his first career NHL goal against Glenn Healy of the New York Islanders ... Modano won the Stanley Cup in 1999 with the Dallas Stars, putting together consecutive seasons of over twenty playoff points in 1999 and 2000 ...
Mike Modano - Playing Career - 2010-11: Stint With Detroit and Retirement
... On June 29, 2010, the Stars announced that Modano would not be re-signed to a contract for the 2010–11 season ... Wild (in the state where he began his NHL career), Modano signed a one-year contract with the Red Wings ... Coach Mike Babcock expressed a desire for Modano to center Detroit's third line with Dan Cleary and Jiří Hudler ...
Dallas Stars - Franchise History - From Better To Worse (2008-Present)
... In the last game of the season in Minnesota, Mike Modano was named the game's #1 star and skated around the rink after the game wearing his North Stars uniform ... In the 2010 offseason, the Stars released Marty Turco and Mike Modano, the face of the franchise for the past two decades ... Modano then signed with the Detroit Red Wings and Turco joined the Chicago Blackhawks ...