(PHOTOS) Dallas Stars Hit the Ranch in Phoenix on Fathers' Trip

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The Stars used the off day for a little bonding time with their dads and with each other, all captured for posterity by the team's Twitter feed.

As Mike Heika captured earlier this morning, the Dallas Stars fathers trip (which I believe is the first one for the organization, but I could be wrong about that) is a great time for all involved.

On Sunday, the group got together for a Super Bowl party. And yesterday, as they braved the chilly outdoors in 50 degree Phoenix, they apparently went back to the Old West.

After all, to really live up to their new locker room slogan this year, they all have to learn to rope, right?

The Stars official Twitter account, along with some of the players, posted pictures from the day at the ranch. There's apparently no gallery coming on the site, which is too bad, so we've captured them all here for your convenience.

So in what I believe to be somewhat chronological order, or at least the order in which I can find them posted on Twitter, here's how the Stars have spent their days off.

Nothing like a few days off for bonding with your dad and awkward photos with your teammates.

If you're looking for a place to watch the game tonight, the Stars have an official watch party at TGI Friday's in East Plano where it looks like they've got a nice set of prizes. Heading there is the least you can do after the Twitter account shared such fun times.

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