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Dallas Stars 2014-2015 News and Updates
1/21/15 - While the top four teams in the Central Division try to separate themselves from the rest of the division, the Dallas Stars are trying to stay close. Currently in fifth place, the Stars find themselves nine points back of fourth-place Winnipeg.
1/14/15 - With a win earlier this week, the Dallas Stars pulled themselves back into a tie with Colorado in the Central Division, and further away from the cellar. The Stars are currently seven points back of fourth place Winnipeg in the division.
1/7/15 - Despite losing their last two games, the Dallas Stars have moved a bit up the Central Division standings. The Stars are now at 42 points, one ahead of Minnesota and two in front of Colorado, while needing five points to reel in fourth place Winnipeg.
12/10/14 - The Dallas Stars have the dubious honor this season of being the first team in the NHL to allow 100 goals. However, the offense is not keeping up; the team’s goal differential of minus-19 is sixth worst in the league, and still the Stars are not in last place, a point ahead of Colorado in the Central Division.
12/3/14 - In the ultra-competitive Central Division, the Dallas Stars keep falling further back from the leaders, despite an overall offensive attack that is 10th in the NHL in goals per game average. The problem is on the blue line and in goal; the Stars are dead last in the NHL in goals allowed per game.
11/19/14 - While nearly everyone in the Central Division are moving forward, the Dallas Stars are one of two teams in the division (along with St. Louis) who are winless in their last game. The struggling Stars are actually winless in their last three games, most recently to Carolina.
11/12/14 - Not only is rhe Central Division race tightly packed, it’s also opposite what the experts were predicting, with teams expected to do well – like the Dallas Stars – looking up at teams expected to be at the bottom. The Stars, who just snapped a seven game winless streak, are just a point ahead of last place Colorado, and tied with Minnesota.
10/28/14 - The Sporting News recently ranked the Dallas Stars as the second-best team in NHL Hockey in terms of “watchability.” The Stars made the playoffs last season, losing to the Ducks in the quarterfinals, but there is talk that they are serious contenders for this year’s playoffs. After nine games, they are 3rd in the Central Division at 4-2-3. Although they have lost their last two games against the Islanders and the Blues, after an away game against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday, November 1, they go back home to their home ice for three consecutive games. With the fans behind them, they will play with excellence and try to put more marks in the winning column. The Stars are a young team, and it’s early in the season. They have the potential to go far.
4/21/14 – After falling behind 2-0 in Anaheim, the Stars will try to get their first playoff win of the year at home Monday (get-in $14). Dallas Stars tickets for Game 3 are averaging $89 at American Airlines Center-TX for the first home playoff game in Dallas since 2008; prices are down 33 percent since the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Dallas was 23-11-7 during the regular season on home-ice and will look to do the same thing that the Anaheim Ducks did to them – win two games at home! The Stars dropped a pair of one-goal games in Anaheim: 4-3 in the opener Wednesday and 3-2 Friday in Game 2; the series marks the third all-time playoff meeting between the two clubs.
4/17/14 – The Dallas Stars made the NHL playoffs for the first time since 2008 by clinching the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference with 91 points. They’ll face former defenseman Staphane Robidas’ and the Anaheim Ducks in the cheapest Division Semifinals series. The two opponents played Game 1 in Anaheim Wednesday night; the home team got the 4-3 victory in the opening game of the Western Conference quarterfinals. Game 2 (avg. $77) will be played Friday at the Honda Center and the Stars hope to have Brenden Dillon back in the lineup. The defenseman was replaced by Aaron Rome Wednesday after nursing an unspecified injury. Games 3 (avg. $132), 4 (avg. $138), and 6 if nec. (avg. $180) will be played at American Airlines Center-TX.
4/9/14 – The Stars keep their hold on the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference after a 3-2 shootout win over Nashville Tuesday night. Ray Whitney (lower body injury) missed his third straight game; the Stars winger left the game early against the Hurricanes Thursday. Dallas will start tonight’s game trailing Columbus 0-1, the score on March 10 when the game between these teams was cancelled because Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench. Wednesday’s game will be played in full but the Blue Jackets will get to keep the goal they scored. Dallas has not lost in regulation in their last eight home games, can they keep the streak alive in their final two at American Airlines Center?
4/3/14 – Dallas is doing all they can to secure their first Stanley Cup playoff berth since 2008, winning five of their last six including a shutout victory over Washington Tuesday. Dustin Jeffrey scored his first two goals of the season and Tyler Seguin locked us his 33rd the same night. The Stars will play their third straight road game (of five) Thursday in Carolina and from what the two teams have displayed all season, it should be a fast paced, up-and-down the ice matchup. Dallas averages 31.7 shots per game to Carolina’s 31.3; with that, both give up close to 31.
3/28/14 – The Dallas Stars dropped their sixteenth game of the season to Central Division foes Tuesday night in Chicago. Ryan Garbutt’s two goals and six shots was not enough to lift the Stars past the Blackhawks. Dallas will try to bounce back tonight against Nashville, who they’ll play in their next two home games. They’ll try and do so without Ray Whitney and Erik Cole. Friday night’s matchup is averaging $48, $32 less than the April 8 game at American Airlines Center-TX. Now trailing five points behind the Phoenix Coyotes and six behind the Minnesota Wild, it’s time for the Stars to shine.
3/19/14 – Good news for Dallas Stars’ Rich Peverley who underwent a successful surgery to correct an abnormal heart rhythm just one week after the forward collapsed on the bench during a game. For the rest of the team, they will look to bounce back after three straight losses including Tuesday’s drop to Pittsburgh in Kari Lehtonen (concussion) return. Following Thursday’s road game in Philly, the Stars will be back on home ice to take on Ottawa (avg. $124). Be there in the Dallas Stars’ final push toward the NHL Playoffs!
3/10/14 – The Dallas Stars swapped goalies with the Florida Panthers in the final hours of the NHL trade deadline and now, veteran goalie Tim Thomas will make his first start for the Dallas Stars after the team announced that No.1 goaltender Kari Lehtonen has a concussion (no time table). Dallas Stars tickets to see Thomas’ debut against the Columbus Blue Jackets range from $71-$307 while Friday’s game at American Airlines Center-TX vs. the Calgary Flames is a bit more expensive, averaging $80.
3/4/14 - Stars coach Lindy Ruff earned his 600th NHL win last night with a victory over the Sabres. Forward Alex Chiasson scored the game-winning power-play goal, his first in 13 games. Dallas will head to Columbus tonight to face the Blue Jackets before returning home for three straight - Vancouver (avg. $74), Minnesota (avg. $207), and Columbus (avg. $76). Saturday’s game against the Wild is the most expensive game remaining at American Airlines Center this season; Minnesota has won five straight and just added Ilya Bryzgalov to their roster.
2/25/14 - While most teams were complaining about the Olympic break messing with their momentum, the Dallas Stars welcomed the hiatus, as it allowed players to rest and recuperate from their injuries. With a healthy team and three Olympians (plus one Olympic coach) back in place, the Stars are primed to take on their 24-game second half run successfully. In the postseason push, the Stars are holding onto the final wildcard spot in the Western Conference. Two players came home with historic hardware that will be displayed during their first game back from break, against the Carolina Hurricanes this Thursday. Attend the game to see and take pictures of the gold (awarded to Jamie Benn of Canada) and bronze (awarded to Kari Lehtonen of Finland) medals from Sochi: located near Section 113 from 6:30-7:30 prior to faceoff. Dallas Stars tickets in the Lower Level Section 113 are still available for $71, while tickets up top start at $12.
2/21/14 - The Stars are brimming with talent, and it shows in the performances of their players over in Sochi: coaches Lindy Ruff (Canada) and Valeri Nichuskin (Russia) and players Kari Lehtonen (Finland), Valeri Nichuschkin (Russia), and Jamie Benn (Canada) have all made waves for their respective countries—lets hope they bring all that energy back to Texas when the NHL resumes play! Dallas is still battling with the Phoenix Coyotes for ownership of 8th and final wildcard spot, so they'll have to hit the ground running when they get back from break in less than a week. Dallas Stars tickets when they play the Carolina Hurricanes (2/27) start at an inexpensive $12.
2/4/14 – The Stars aligned Saturday when Dallas handed the NHL-leading Mighty Ducks their first shutout of the season (2-0). Goalie Dan Ellis made 26 saves against his former team, punching his 14th career shutout and helping the Stars snap a five-game road skid. Two of Dallas’ next three games will be played against Coyotes who they have yet to match up against this season. Phoenix Coyotes vs. Dallas Stars tickets will cost you an average $21 tonight in Arizona and an average $97 at American Airlines Center-TX (2/8).
1/30/14 – Leave it to the Stars to have fun with the big screen! Aside from their mocking of Justin Bieber on the video board, the roster is also keeping fans entertained, winning three of their last four at American Airlines Center-TX. The loss came against the Avs Monday night when Semyon Varlamov stopped Dallas’ scoring leader Tyler Seguin twice during a third-period power play when the score was tied. The Stars will look to rebound from their close finish tonight at home against New Jersey; Dallas Stars tickets to the game are available for just $20.
3/22/13 - 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.
Dallas Stars 2014-2015 Season
Don’t look now but the Dallas Stars have officially arrived as a Stanley Cup contender. After swiping the final wild card slot in the Western Conference, the Stars landed in the postseason for the first time in six years. They faced the Ducks in Round 1, and it took six hard-fought games before Anaheim could stifle Dallas. GM Jim Nill achieved great things during his first year in Texas, and his work will make the Stars a legitimate threat for any team on the playoff prowl. ?
The Dallas Stars reconfigured their offense over summer, looking for a spark to ignite their upcoming 2014-2015 campaign: enter Jason Spezza and Ales Hemsky (Ottawa). Dallas fans are boiling over with excitement just thinking of these two aboard the Jamie Benn-Tyler Seguin connection. Their stouthearted defense returns intact, in front of net minder Kari Lehtonen. Can this team build on their No. 8 seed and prove last year was no fluke?
Score Dallas Stars tickets and see this up-and-coming hockey team defend the Big D! ??Dallas open its 2014-2015 regular season schedule on Oct. 9 against the Chicago Blackhawks, in what should be an exhilarating early test for the Stars. Score Dallas Stars tickets for their Halloween game against the Ducks; the will be the first tilt between these two since the 2014 playoffs, and it should be filled to the brim with tricks, treats and hard hits. See the reigning Stanley Cup Kings on Nov. 4 when Los Angeles pays American Airlines Center a visit. ?
The Dallas Stars attained former Boston Bruin, Tyler Seguin this offseason, one of the biggest acquisitions in the NHL. The addition of the former No. 2 overall pick contributed to the 33% increase in the average price of Dallas Stars tickets since last year. Seguin’s homecoming to TD Garden (11/5), in which fans will watch what they thought to be the future of their franchise, sit in the opposite box, is averaging $124. Following the NHL realignment, the Stars now belong to the Central Division with the Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Minnesota Wild, Nashville Predators, St. Louis Blues, and Winnipeg Jets. The most expensive game on the Stars schedule is against division foe, Minnesota Wild (3/8), averaging $323. Both Stars vs. Blackhawks games in November are top 5 games at American Airlines Center-TX averaging $219 (11/29) and $179 (11/9).
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.