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Mike Modano, number nine of the Dallas Stars, passes the puck against the the Ottawa Senators on December 20, 2008 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.It’s absolutely gonna be “the Flap.”On March 16 at 4 p.m., Mike Modano gets his statue. And unlike the Dallas Mavericks, which shared a miniaturized draft of Dirk Nowitzki’s “fadeaway” nearly a full year before the actual unveiling on Christmas Day of 2022, the Dallas Stars have taken more of a cloak-and-hockey-stick approach, keeping all the details secret. Even the fact that the Stars had commissioned a Modano statue—which comes a full decade after the team retired his number nine—wasn’t revealed until four months ago. Only Modano and his family, sculptors Omri Amrany and Sean Michael Bell, and a handful of Stars officials know what it will look like.“We’re just trying to have fun with it, and have it be a big surprise when we…

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