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Dallas Stars forward Adam Burish returns after missing 11 games with leg injury

DALLAS - Dallas Stars forward Adam Burish returned Thursday night against the Colorado Avalanche after missing 11 games because of a stress fracture in his leg.

Burish was injured blocking a shot March 11 against. Minnesota.

Dallas was 3-5-3 during Burish's absence.

Defenceman Nicklas Grossman (leg) and forward Brian Sutherby (back) are still out for Dallas, which has two games left after Thursday night.

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