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Since moving from Minnesota to Dallas, the Stars have won seven division titles, two President’s Trophies, and one Stanley Cup (in 1998-99). Now, after five years out of the playoffs, the Stars are on the rise with a roster full of young talent.
A Brief History
Founded in 1967, the Minnesota North Stars were part of the first expansion era of the NHL as the league went from six to twelve teams. With franchise stars Neal Broten, Dino Ciccarelli and Mike Modano, the North Stars advanced to two Stanley Cup Finals in their quarter century in Minnesota before relocating to the Lone Star State prior to the 1993-94.
A New Era Begins in 2013-14
Since buying the Dallas Stars in 2011, Tom Gaglardi has proven his commitment to winning. With a new front office, new coach and even a new uniform, the Stars are a whole new team.
Taking over the Stars directly after a fifth-straight non-playoff season, GM Jim Nill got right to work in turning the Stars back into contenders in the NHL. In two blockbuster deals, Nill acquired Tyler Seguin from the Boston Bruins and Shawn Horcoff from Edmonton.
A former #2 overall draft pick, Seguin is out to exceed lofty expectations and prove he’s one of the best in the business. With Jamie Benn and one of the deepest pools of prospects in the league, the Stars are building a contender in Big D. Loaded with young talent, Dallas brass also brought in pro’s pro Sergei Gonchar who should help mentor Valeri Nichushkin as he helped mentor superstar Evgeni Malkin in Pittsburgh.
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Opened in 2001, American Airlines Arena is one of the best sporting venues in the NHL. Sharing the state-of-the-art facility with the Dallas Mavericks, the Stars are out to get back in the playoff mix this season. If you’re in town to see the Cowboys, FC Dallas or the Mavericks, don’t miss guaranteed savings from ScoreBig on tickets to see the Dallas Stars.