The Dallas Stars were the top team in the Central Division last year, but then they last to the Blues in the second round of the playoffs after seven games. The team will look to do even better for the 2016-2017 season, going all the way to the Stanley Cup playoffs. They have brought in Dan Hamhuis, Adam Crackness and Andrew Bodnarchuk to help out the team this year. They plan to once again employ a dual goaltending set up with Kari Lehtonen and Antti Niemi as they did last season. Be sure to get your tickets from Razorgator to watch the Stars defend their division title and work towards an even better effort in the playoffs.
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The end of January ended well for the Dallas Stars as they pulled in two wins. However, they couldn’t keep the wins going when they started the month of February. They took on the Toronto Maple Leafs on February 7 on the Maple Leafs home turf. Curtis McElhinney made it hard for the Stars to be successful because he was able to make 39 saves for the Maple Leafs. This helped boost the Maple Leafs over the Dallas Stars for the 3-1 win. That was the fourth loss in a row for the Dallas Stars. They need some extra cheers when they play against the Hurricanes on February 11 so get your tickets today and help them capture a victory.
Just when it seems like the Dallas Stars are hitting a bright spot, they go and get completely shut out by the New York Islanders. As of Thursday morning, fans were still on a high from the incredible 7-6 victory over the New York Rangers on the road. Unfortunately, the Stars couldn’t get the sweep in the Empire State. On Thursday night, the Islanders scored in the first and third periods to win the game 3-0 and send the visitors packing. Now, Dallas heads back to American Airlines Center for a meeting with the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday, January 24. Tickets are on sale and available for $13 and up.
Several times this season it has seemed like the Dallas Stars were turning a corner, but inconsistency and injuries have kept them in the bottom of the pack in the Central Division. Although there have been some notable improvements in performance, the Stars are on precarious ground. That showed this week when team captain Jamie Benn got banged up in a loss to the Panthers Sunday. Although he played through the rest of the game, the forward was definitely off. Dallas plays the next three on the road in St. Louis, Los Angeles and Anaheim and will return to the American Airlines Center on Thursday, Jan. 12, against Detroit. Pick up tickets today for $34 and up.
Heading into a December 17 matchup against the Philadelphia Flyers, the Dallas Stars appeared to be outmatched against a team that had won 10-straight games. Looks can be deceiving, however, and Adam Cracknell’s tie-breaking goal at the beginning of the third period gave Dallas the needed momentum to hold off Philly en route to a 3-1 victory. The Stars successfully defended a Flyers power play with just three minutes left and then scored an empty-net goal in the final seconds to secure the win. Dallas will look to keep this momentum going and pick up a victory against a struggling Avalanche team on December 29. Tickets for that game start at $36.
Just when it seemed like the Dallas Stars were finally going to get some steam going, after shutting out the Colorado Avalanche 3-0 on the road, they go and lose to the visiting Calgary Flames the very next game. Although the Stars took the early lead with a lone goal in the first period, they could not stop the Flames from scoring two of their own. The home team ultimately lost 1-2. Dallas will be on a road trip throughout the weekend before coming home to play the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday, December 13. Tickets to that game are already on sale and available for prices as low as $6.
Although the Dallas Stars have had a hard time getting any sort of momentum going, they did put on an impressive display against the visiting Minnesota Wild last night. Each team went scoreless in the first period, but matched single goals in both the second and third periods. Then, in overtime, the Stars managed to overtake the Wild with a lone unanswered goal. Dallas now heads to Nashville for a clash with the Predators. They return to American Airlines Center after the Thanksgiving holiday to host the Vancouver Canucks on Friday, November 25. You can secure your seats to the game and purchase tickets for prices as low as $17.
The Dallas Stars simply didn’t show up in Winnipeg on November 8. After one period, Dallas was already losing to the Jets by a score of 2-0. After a second period, the deficit had ballooned to 6-1 in favor of Winnipeg. Patrick Eaves and Tyler Sequin were able to score for the Stars, but the night belonged to Patrik Laine, the young Winnipeg player who recorded a hat trick and helped the Jets to put the game out of reach very early. Dallas will look to get back on track during an upcoming home stand that starts with a game against the New Jersey Devils on November 15. Tickets start as low as $11.
Behind strong play from Antti Niemi, the Dallas Stars were able to fend off the Winnipeg Jets by a score of 3-2 on October 25. Niemi, the Stars’ goaltender, had 28 saves in spite of some lackluster play from the rest of the defenders. The Jets’ shots came in bunches and forced Niemi to withstand several onslaughts in order to keep his team ahead. Dallas got goals out of Patrick Eaves, Brett Ritchie and Tyler Seguin, with each score coming in a separate period. After a stretch of road games the Stars will return home to host the St. Louis Blues on November 3. Tickets for that game start at $12.
The Dallas Stars will be without Jamie Oleksiak to open the season, which leaves the team with a sizeable question mark on the defensive end. Less of a question, but still a source of intrigue, will be rookie Esa Lindell starting at forward at the beginning of the season. This highly touted young player will bring plenty of energy and skill to the team, but only time will tell how that translates into regular season success. Dallas fans will have a few chances in late October to see their team playing at home, including an October 20 matchup against the Los Angeles Kings. Tickets for that showdown start as low as $9.
The big news coming out of the Dallas Stars this week is that they signed Jiri Hudler for a 1-year, $2 million deal. The team is also celebrating the approval of a new $15.1 million ice rink. It will be an 82,000 square foot indoor facility located at the northeast corner of East Broad Street and U.S. Highway 287. Jamie Benn will not be available to play at the World Cup of Hockey due to the core muscle injury he occurred that required surgery. He has assured fans that his rehab is going well and he should be ready for training camp. The Stars start the preseason with a game at home against the Blues. You can get your tickets now for prices starting at $12.