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?
While all the news circulating has shaped what we believe to be the opening night roster, one bit of news has gone almost forgotten and is likely a major piece to the Stars success leading into the 2022-2023 NHL season. The re-signing of Joe Pavelski.
Jim Nill you magnificent old man-boy, we never doubted you. Okay, maybe some Stars fans got a little weary before the news broke that the Stars officially re-signed sensation, Jason Robertson, late on Wednesday night.
The Robo saga continues, and the Stars roster continues to shrink as opening night approaches.
It has not been a stellar news day for Dallas Stars fans on Wednesday as Bruce Levine has reported that Jason Robertson will not be reporting for the start of Dallas Stars training camp, and Ben Bishop will not report for his new position. Yet.
“We like where this team is at” continues as the Dallas Stars announced that Jim…
Ben Bishop gave it one last shot to return to hockey last year before ultimately deciding to hang up the skates for good, but he didn’t stay away from the game for long.
The Dallas Stars fans have been on edge for what feels like an eternity waiting…
The Flames will likely be trading Matthew Tkachuk in the coming weeks, so let’s see what it might take to bring him to Dallas.
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.