Dallas Stars News – 2013 Stars Updates
It appears that rivalries (if there even are any) among professional sports teams in the same city, are even bigger in Texas. Much of Dallas was made aware that the NHL lockout was over via the Cowboys twitter account. Nobody cares that the NHL is back? I'm sure Dallas Stars fans would think otherwise. The creative response back from the Stars (@DallasStars): At least our #9 got the job done. Not many can argue with that. Retired Star, #9 Mike Modano, led the Stars to their only Stanley Cup Championship. That was the past however; now, the Dallas Stars are currently three points out of the coveted eighth spot. This season the Stars have seen the additions of Derek Roy and Jaromir Jagr; both are being leaned on to get this team back to the NHL playoffs - just as Modano had.
The second half of the Dallas Stars schedule at home includes key divisional matchups against the Anaheim Ducks
(4/1), Los Angeles Kings
(4/9), and San Jose Sharks
(4/14). The cheapest Dallas Stars tickets this season are for both matchups against the Ducks. The most expensive game remaining on the Stars schedule is their last regular season match against the Detroit Red Wings
(4/27). The average Stars tickets are $7 cheaper than the average Dallas Mavericks tickets on the secondary market. Unlike many other NBA
teams that share a City with an NHL
team, Mavericks tickets remained unchanged following the NHL lockout.