In just three games the Stars have matched their goal total from the first eight games of the ’21-’22 NHL season with 15 goals. You read that right, in just three games the Stars scored 15 goals. This team is unlike any Stars team we have seen in recent memory. But, why?
The Dallas Stars fans have been on edge for what feels like an eternity waiting…
With the Dallas Stars free-agency tornado calming to light wind going into Friday, the focus has shifted back to the Developmental Prospect Camp. We take a look at a minor signing as well as the winner of the Lightning McQueen Award.
Wednesday marked the official start of NHL Free Agency and the annual smashing refresh on Twitter. The Dallas Stars made a splash on day one with the acquisitions of forward Mason Marchment and defenseman Colin Miller. We take a closer look at both as well as the Stars that left us on day one.
As much as the offseason may seem like downtime in the NHL, it is the exact opposite. There is no real downtime in the league as Monday passed with the first day of Developmental Camp as well as the deadline for offering qualifying offers for restricted free agents. Let’s take a look at a few big pieces of news surrounding the Dallas Stars offseason as of July 11th.
In his first action with the Stars “Wedgie” would commit first-degree robbery by leading the charge in defeating the scorching hot Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 on Thursday night at the PNC Arena Raleigh, NC.
Tufte, a Minnesota native, made his way to the NHL and had the opportunity of a lifetime to skate in his home state (and in front of countless friends and family) for the first time at the NHL level. That was until the crypt keeper head coach decided he wasn’t the right fit for the lineup a mere hour before puck drop.
The Florida Panthers young guns seemed to stick it to the seasoned veterans of the Dallas Stars in Wednesday night’s preseason game.
The Dallas Stars made their return to the American Airlines Center on Wednesday evening as…
The Dallas Stars played their first pre-season game on Monday evening in St. Louis, but you likely couldn’t find the game in an ongoing game of cat and mouse with Bally Sports and Sinclair Broadcasting.