Stuart Douglas Barnes is a former professional Canadian ice hockey player. He has played 16 seasons at the NHL center with Winnipeg Jets, Florida Panthers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabers and Dallas Stars. He currently owns an arena named after him in the town of Spruce Grove, where he was born. Barnes used to be the assistant coach of the Dallas Stars.
Canadian former NHL centre who played for teams like the Florida Panthers and Buffalo Sabres during his 16-year career. He made the Stanley Cup Final with both teams but lost each time.
He was born in Alberta and was originally drafted by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.
He became an assistant coach with the Dallas Stars following his retirement.
He has a daughter named Riley and a son named Jack.
While with Buffalo, he lost the Stanley Cup Final due to a triple overtime goal scored by Dallas' Brett Hull.
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