MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Right winger Adam Burish says he's had such a short offseason he's hardly had time to enjoy the summer.
He thinks he'll have time for warm weather this winter after signing with the Dallas Stars following his successful stint in Chicago.
Burish's time with the Stanley Cup continued Wednesday with appearances around the University of Wisconsin, where he led the Badgers to an NCAA title in 2006.
He signed a $2.3 million, two-year contract with the Stars in the offseason after being one of a handful of unrestricted free agents.
He said it's bittersweet to be leaving the Blackhawks, but that he's ready to help the Stars rebuild into Western Conference contenders.
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