How did Vernon Fiddler perform for the Dallas Stars this season?
If there is one breakout player from the Stars 2013 season, it's defenseman Brenden Dillon. He burst onto the scene with one of the best seasons from a rookie defensemen in the entire NHL.
With the Dallas Stars facing a dire need at center moving forward, could Loui Eriksson's trade value be enough to move the skilled winger?
Jeff Angus continues his breakdown of the offseason ahead for the Dallas Stars, this time taking a look at the goaltending situation.
"He won’t stop talking, you can’t understand a word he says, and he’s constantly in your face," Brenden Dillon said. "Trust me, you’d want to beat him up, too." A look at how Antoine Roussel's first season in Dallas went.
The Dallas Stars were basically even with their opponents in terms of minor penalties over the 2013 season. But how do the individual players stack up?
"There's no hurry. The sooner the better but... the best person for the right job. If that takes time we're going to wait and see. There's still lots of hockey going on right now. We're going to look at all situations."
Will he stay or will he go? Glen Gultuzan's future could be decided in Frisco by Jim Nill and the Stars' brain trust sometime this week.
The Stars clawed their way back to nearly even with their opponents in the overall calls, but there are still a few areas of concern to address heading into next season.
Alain Vigneault has not been fired just yet, but the general consensus is he will be soon. Should Vigneault be let go, the Dallas Stars could be at the top of his list for his next job.
Jeff Angus takes a close look, from an outsider's perspective, at the future of the Dallas Stars as a summer of new beginnings gets underway.
"There are really no days off in the summer," Jamie Benn told media Tuesday when speaking of Jim Nill's message to the team as the off-season began.
Perhaps the most important decision Jim Nill will make this summer is what to do with the current head coach of the Dallas Stars.
"The biggest part of this game is drafting and development," Nill said, "and we're going to be one of the best at it."
Colorado and Dallas are becoming epicenters of change in the NHL just hours after their regular seasons ended.
Dallas Stars GM Joe Nieuwendyk's departure seems imminent despite an evening of unconfirmed reports - And Red Wings assistant GM Jim Nill could be the man that replaces him.
The speculation of sweeping changes is already beginning just hours before the season officially ends as Darren Dreger tweets that Joe Nieuwendyk could be out in favor of Jim Nill.
Jeff Angus takes up the question of who has been the top defenseman for the Dallas Stars this season and the answer might not be who you'd think...