Gavin Bayreuther Ready for Dallas "Whether It's Game 1 or Game 80"

(Credit: Logan Foust/Cory Matamoros) When Gavin Bayreuther made the decision to return to the Dallas organization, he had to consult with his wife and consider the effect a move would have on his two young daughters. That should be enough to tell you that the defenseman, who signed a one-year, one-way deal with Dallas this summer, has matured since he left the organization. "I'm much more consistent," Bayreuther told 100 Degree Hockey at Day 1 of training camp last week. "Much more confidence. Confidence is everything in the game of hockey. If you can just run with that, keep the confidence and make plays then you'll be okay." The now 29 year-old defender joined Texas out of college as a free agent signing back in the spring of 2017. He had five points in 15 games before a breakout first year that culminated in a Calder Cup Finals run against Toronto. He had eight points in the playoffs, playing in all 22 games. After the 2020 season ended with the COVID shu

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