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|Stadium:||American Airlines Center|
|Colors:||Green, black, silver & white|
|Hall of Famers:||Ed Belfour, Leo Boivin, Guy Carbonneau, Dino Ciccarelli, Mike Gartner, Brett Hull, Eric Lindros, Sergei Makarov, Mike Modano, Larry Murphy, Joe Nieuwendyk, Gump Worsley & Sergei Zubov|
|Hall of Fame Builders:||Herb Brooks, Walter Bush & John Mariucci|
|Rivals:||Minnesota Wild, San Jose Sharks & Anaheim Ducks|
|Legends:||Ed Belfour, Leo Boivin, Guy Carbonneau, Dino Ciccarelli, Mike Gartner, Brett Hull, Eric Lindros, Sergei Makarov, Mike Modano, Larry Murphy, Joe Nieuwendyk, Gump Worsley, Sergei Zubov, Craig Ludwig, Richard Matvichuk, Jamie Langenbrunner, Derian Hatcher, Brenden Morrow, Marty Turco & Jere Lehtinen|
|Retired Numbers:||7, 8, 9, 19 & 26|
|Stanley Cup Titles:||1: 1998-99|
The Dallas Stars began life in the NHL in 1967, however, they were originally located 1000 miles away in Minnesota, under the title of the North Stars. The North Stars competed in the NHL until the late 1970s, when the club ran into financial difficulties, forcing them to merge with the Cleveland Barons, who were also on the verge of collapse.
The North Star name was retained following the merger, which also brought with it a number of solid players, turning the North Star into a strong team, who would make the Stanley Cup final in 1981, losing to the New York Islanders.
Over the next decade, the North Star would continue to suffer from financial difficulties, failing to turn a profit year after year. This led to the future of the franchise coming into doubt, with the clubs then owner, Norman Green, proposing a move to Anaheim only for it to be made impossible by the introduction of the Mighty Ducks.
A redesign of the clubs’ logo in 1991 saw the North Star become the Star, and 2 years later, the franchise had moved to Dallas, the result of years of declining profits.
The Dallas Stars became the only NHL team in the state of Texas, and thanks to their success, they gained a lot of popularity with the locals in their first season. Such was the Stars’ success that they made it to the 1994 playoffs, where they would be eliminated in the second round by the Vancouver Canucks.
Despite the newfound popularity of ice hockey in Texas, and the financial resurgence of the Stars, Green sold the ownership of the franchise to Tom Hicks in 1995.
Under the ownership of Hicks, the Stars began to rebuild the club, focusing on putting together a roster that would allow them to compete for the Stanley Cup.
The 1995/96 campaign was Hicks’ first as owner, and it would be a rather unimpressive one, however, it marked the year that the Stars signed future Hall of Famer, Joe Nieuwendyk, who would become an important piece in the team they were building.
The Stars dramatically improved over the next 2 seasons, recording a club high 104 points in 1996/97, followed by a new high of 108 points in 1997/98, in both seasons the Stars would qualify for the playoffs, but lose before they could make the Stanley Cup Final in each season.
Despite the Stars’ playoff disappointments, the 1996/97 and 1997/98 off seasons would be when they assembled the final pieces of their championship winning puzzle. The signings of Brett Hull, as well as future hall of famers, Sergei Zubov and goaltender, Ed Belfour, led to the formation of a powerhouse team heading into the 1998/99 season.
The Stars went on to dominate the Pacific Division, ending the regular season with a record of 51-19-12, for a total of 114 points, which remains a franchise best. After sweeping the playoff quarterfinals, the Stars defeated the St. Louis Blues in 6, followed by a thrilling victory against the Colorado Avalanche in 7 games.
Facing the Buffalo Sabres in the Stanley Cup Final, the Stars convincingly won in 6 games to lift the clubs first Stanley Cup as a Dallas based franchise. The final was infamous due to an overtime goal scored by Brett Hull, which became a point of controversy regarding the leagues’ crease rule and would eventually lead to an amendment to the rule.
In the 2000/01 season Stars followed up their title winning campaign with another dominant performance, reminiscent of the previous year. Winning the division, breezing through the first two playoff games, and once again, beating the Avs in the Conference Finals (4-3), however, history would not repeat itself, as the Stars lost to New Jersey Devils (2-4).
The Stars remained a mostly strong side for the majority of the decade, often making the playoffs, however, they would never recapture the glory of their 1999/2000 season.
The 2007/08 season was a return to form for the Stars, who finished the year 3rd in the Pacific Division, but enjoyed a very successful playoff run, which they would lose in the Conference Final to the Detroit Red Wings.
Based on the performance of that season, which saw Mike Ribeiro score 83 points, Hall of Famer Mike Modano performing at age 37, and led by their star captain Brenden Morrow, everything appeared to be looking good going into the next year.
However, a year long ACL injury to Morrow would change the course of the entire season, and with it, usher in a long period of mediocrity for the Stars, who failed to qualify for playoffs for the next 5 seasons, setting a franchise record by doing so.
During that time, the Stars were consistently failing to turn a profit, eventually filing for bankruptcy in September of 2011, and allowing bids from potential new owners. Current Stars’ owner, Tom Gaglardi would submit the only offer, worth $240 million, which was accepted by the NHL.
Gaglardi’s vision was to rebuild the club by trading ageing players, focusing on recruiting well, and the development of young talent. However, aside from the Stars’ 1st place Central Division finish in 2015/16, they remained a lower-mid table, with their most recent Stanley Cup Final appearance coming off the back of an 82 point season, the 10th highest of the year.
Following their surprise Stanley Cup Final appearance, the Stars slipped back into mid table mediocrity last season, finishing the campaign with a 60 point, 23-19-14 record for a 5th place finish.
The 2021-22 campaign was a decent one for the Dallas Stars. As they finished the year with a record of 56-19-7. They made the Stanley Cup Playoffs but lost in the first round. They finished in 4th place in the Central Division.
If you are a fan of the Dallas Stars, then you know that the only thing that matters right now is how they are expected to perform in the 2022-23 season. Do the Dallas Stars have the star power to make it all the way to the playoffs and win the Stanley Cup in 2023?
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Peter DeBoer is the head coach of the Dallas Stars, his career overall record in the National Hockey League regular season is 513-379-123. This head coaching job is his fifth head coaching job in the National Hockey League. His career overall Stanley Cup playoff record is currently sitting at 56-47. His most successful period in coaching was the five years he spent with San Jose where he made the finals once and made the playoffs in four out of five seasons.
This will be his first season as the head coach of the Dallas Stars. He has previously spent time with the Vegas Golden Knights, San Jose Sharks, New Jersey Devils, and Florida Panthers. He has coached his team to two Stanley Cup Finals appearances however, they lost both. He recently coached the Vegas Golden Knights last season, but he was fired after they collapsed and failed to reach the postseason for the first time in franchise history
Tyler Seguin is the top guy on this Dallas Stars roster heading into the 2022-23 National Hockey League season. He will be entering his 13th season in the National Hockey League this upcoming year. Last season he put up some impressive numbers as he found the net 24 times over the course of last year’s National Hockey League season.
He also had no problem passing off the puck and setting up his teammates to find the net as well, as he added 25 assists to his total. Overall he finished with a total of 49 points in 81 games played. During the postseason he put up two goals and two assists in seven games played as well. He spent the first part of his career as a member of the Boston Bruins and this will be his tenth season in Dallas. He is a six time all-star and one time Stanley Cup winner.
Joe Pavelski is yet another solid guy on this Dallas Stars roster heading into the 2022-23 National Hockey League season. He will be entering his 17th season in the National Hockey League this upcoming year. This will be his fourth season as a member of the Dallas Stars after spending the first decade plus years of his career as a member of the San Jose Sharks.
Last season he put up some impressive numbers as he found the net 27 times over the course of last year’s National Hockey League season. He also had no problem passing off the puck and setting up his teammates to find the net as well, as he added 54 assists to his total. He set a career high in assists with that number. Overall, he finished with a total of 81 points in 82 games played. During the 2021-22 Stanley Cup playoffs he scored three times and added three assists as well.
The Dallas Stars’ campaign during the 2021-22 National Hockey League season went about as you would’ve expected. They finished the year with a record of 46-30-6 and in 4th place in the Central Division.
There is a lot of optimism surrounding the franchise heading into the 2022-23 National Hockey League season. If they want to improve or keep up their current level of play they will certainly need a ton of production from their stars over the course of the 2022-23 National Hockey League season. The most important thing in any season is how a team starts out of the gate, and then how they look when the all-star break approaches.
In the National Hockey League, a lot can change over a single off-season. It will be interesting to see how their offseason moves translate onto the ice over the course of the 2022-23 National Hockey League season.
They are set to play a full 82-game schedule for only the second time in the last four seasons thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on their odds to win some hardware headed into the season it is clear how the oddsmakers in Las Vegas feel about them heading into the year.
Their odds to bring home the Central Division championship this season currently sit at +1400 heading into the 2022-23 National Hockey League season, which puts them 5th in the Central Division out of eight teams.
While their odds to win the Western Conference currently sit at +1800 heading into the 2022-23 National Hockey League season, which puts them 8th in the Western Conference out of 16 teams.
Their overall odds to bring home the Stanley Cup trophy are currently sitting at +5000 heading into the 2022-23 National Hockey League season, as they rank 18th out of all 32 teams in the National Hockey League.
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Where do the Dallas Stars play?
The Dallas Stars play their home games at American Airlines Center.
Who owns the Dallas Stars?
The Dallas Stars are owned by Tom Gaglardi.
Have the Dallas Stars won the Stanley Cup?
The Dallas Stars have won 1 Stanley Cup title, in the 1998-99 NHL season.
Who is the Dallas Stars general manager?
Jim Nill is the general manager of the Dallas Stars.
Do the Dallas Stars play tonight?
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What is the Dallas Stars record?
The Dallas Stars had a 56-19-7 win-loss-overtime loss record for the 2021-22 NHL season.
Did the Dallas Stars win last night?
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How much are the Dallas Stars worth?
According to Forbes Magazine, the Dallas Stars are worth $630 million.
Who do the Dallas Stars play tonight?
Like a lot of things in the NHL, things change pretty quickly. So, if you are looking for more information about who the Dallas Stars play tonight, you have come to the right place. We have all this information for you in detail, you can find these details for upcoming games at the top of the page.
How to watch the Dallas Stars?
You can watch the Dallas Stars games on TV channels like Fox Sports West and the NHL Network such as NHL.TV.
Will the Dallas Stars make the playoffs this year?
While we do not yet know if the Dallas Stars will make the playoffs this year, they did make the playoffs in 2021-22.
Will the Dallas Stars get the 1st pick in the NHL draft?
The Dallas Stars do not have the number one overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft.
When do the Dallas Stars play?
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Where did the Dallas Stars finish the season?
The Dallas Stars finished the 2021-22 NHL season in 1st place in the Metropolitan Division.
How many games did the Dallas Stars win?
The Dallas Stars won 56 games during the 2021-22 NHL season.
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