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Born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Boss studied dance performance at Southern Union State Community College and Chapman University. A contestant on "So You Think You Can Dance," he later became a judge on the dance competition show. He also appeared on "Star Search," "The Wade Robson Project," and in films like "Hairspray," "Step Up: All In," "Step Up 3D," "Magic Mike XXL," the 2016 "Ghostbusters," and "The Hip Hop Nutcracker."

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There was some though that, with a strong camp, Dellandrea could crack the Stars opening night lineup. Such is now unlikely with the team adding Michael Raffl and Luke Glendening this offseason. Still, it will only take one injury in Dallas and Dellandrea will find himself in the Stars lineup.

  • The Dallas Stars 2021 developmental camp opens Friday, Sept. 10 at the team\u2019s practice facility in Frisco, Texas. 24 players will be in attendance but the general public will not due to COVID mitigation protocols. We will rely on the on-site media and coaches to monitor the performances of Stars prospects.\nOf all the prospects in Frisco, Blackout Dallas has underlined three we\u2019re most interested to watch.\n\u00a0\n\t\t\t\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tEDMONTON, AB \u2013 JANUARY 04: Thomas Harley #5 of Canada skates against Mikhail Abramov #9 of Russia during the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship semifinals at Rogers Place on January 4, 2021 in Edmonton, Canada. (Photo by Codie McLachlan\/Getty Images)\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\n\t\t\n1. Thomas Harley, Defense\nIt is not a question of if Thomas Harley will be skating with the Dallas Stars in 2021-22, but when.\nA quick look at Harley\u2019s AHL tape (below) shows why he\u2019s a highly-touted prospect in the Stars system. Harley is imposing at 6-foot-3, but glides on the ice with ease. It was common to see him carry the puck from end to end while skating with AHL-Texas last season. The Syracuse, NY native is an above-average stickhandler that is adept to seeking offensive opportunities along the blue line.\nHarley led all AHL defenseman with 8 goals and finished 2nd in points (25) over 38 games last season.\n\nHarley\u2019s path the to Dallas Stars narrowed when the team signed Ryan Suter this offseason. However, Suter\u2019s addition is a positive because it allows the Stars to progress Harley at a more favorable pace. Harley is only 20 and still has some work do in preparing for the physicality featured at the NHL-level. For now, Harley is one injury to a Stars defenseman away from a call up.\nHarley remains a big part of the Stars future, especially if the team decides to move on from John Klingberg. The potential also exists for Harley to be the centerpiece of a blockbuster trade. Such would seem unlikely, but the Stars\u2019 offseason moves show they are pushing forward in a \u201cwin now\u201d mode.\n\n \n Next:\u00a02. Ty Dellandrea, Forward\n \n"},"title":"3 prospects to watch for at Dallas Stars developmental camp - Page 2","permalink":"https:\/\/\/2021\/09\/07\/3-prospects-to-watch-for-at-dallas-stars-developmental-camp\/2\/","shortCodeTitle":null,"content":"\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tDALLAS, TEXAS \u2013 JANUARY 26: Dylan Larkin #71 of the Detroit Red Wings and Ty Dellandrea #10 of the Dallas Stars face-off at American Airlines Center on January 26, 2021 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez\/Getty Images)\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\n\t\t\n2. Ty Dellandrea, Forward\nTy Dellandrea is one of few prospects heading to Friday\u2019s camp with Dallas Stars experience under his belt. Injuries to forwards thrust the former 13th overall pick (2018) into action with the big club last season. Unfortunately, Dellandrea struggled in 26 NHL games, scoring a meager 5 points with roughly 17 minutes of average ice time.\nIt remains unfair to judge Dellandrea\u2019s potential on his relatively small, NHL sample size. The young centerman was not ready to contribute at the highest level, which is not supernatural for a 20-year old. Stars head coach Rick Bowness admitted such while also praising Dellandrea\u2019s work ethic. It is no secret that Dellandrea needed time at AHL-Texas to develop, but the immediate needs of the Stars came first.\n\nThe Toronto native was immaculate in his final season (2019-20) with OHL-Flint, posting 70 points in 47 games. Dellandrea was expected to bring his knack for scoring to the NHL, but not without some time in the AHL. Dellandrea will see plenty of time with the Texas Stars in 2021-22, where we expect him to thrive.\nThere was some though that, with a strong camp, Dellandrea could crack the Stars opening night lineup. Such is now unlikely with the team adding Michael Raffl and Luke Glendening this offseason. Still, it will only take one injury in Dallas and Dellandrea will find himself in the Stars lineup.\nDellandrea won\u2019t be hard to spot among the Stars prospects during camp. Skills aside, Dellandrea will have the No. 10 sweater he wore in Dallas last season. Virtually all other Stars prospects will skate around, wearing numbers in the 30s through 60s.\n\n \n Next:\u00a03. Riley Damiani, Forward\n \n","title":"3 prospects to watch for at Dallas Stars developmental camp - Page 2","permalink":"https:\/\/\/2021\/09\/07\/3-prospects-to-watch-for-at-dallas-stars-developmental-camp\/3\/","shortCodeTitle":null,"content":"\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tOSHAWA, ON \u2013 NOVEMBER 10: Riley Damiani #13 of the Kitchener Rangers skates during an OHL game against the Oshawa Generals at the Tribute Communities Centre on November 10, 2019 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Chris Tanouye\/Getty Images)\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\n\t\t\n3. Riley Damiani, Forward\nRiley Damiani remains a potential steal for the Dallas Stars. Selected in the 5th round (137th overall) of the 2018 draft, Damiani was fantastic in his first season with AHL-Texas. The Mississauga, Ontario native scored 36 points last season to include 8 multipoint games and Texas\u2019s lone hat trick.\nDamiani earned All-AHL Rookie Team honors at the conclusion of the 2020-21 season. He reminds some of a young Zach Parise in that he\u2019s always around the net, looking to back-door the puck in a scrum.\n\nDamiani is a smaller forward at 5-foot-10, 170 lbs., thus overlooked at virtually every level of the game. Director of Stars player personnel, Rich Peverley, was also overlooked by scouts for being \u201ctoo small\u201d. In Dallas, Damiani uses Peverley\u2019s 10-years in the NHL as motivation and proof that work ethic matters most.\nThe speedy-winger tallied 78 points and a +21 in his final OHL season in 2019-20. Damiani credits his time with the Kitchener Rangers for teaching him how positioning and speed in the defensive zone contributes to offense. Such statements make him seem as a nice fit for Rick Bowness\u2019s scheme with the Dallas Stars.\n\nWe envision Damiani\u2019s future with the Stars is on the the third line with the potential for top 6 minutes. Damiani\u2019s speed and ability to find the back of the net make him ripe for an aggressive, forechecking line. However, Damiani needs to add muscle to his frame before he can realistically be considered for NHL action.\nWhat Dallas Stars prospects intrigue you the most this season? 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