A tough 5-1 loss on Thursday night ultimately spelled the end of the Texas Stars season.
While the Barons might be without their big name scoring threats from the earlier season, that doesn't mean they can't still put up a lot of goals. The good news is that Texas can, too. Read further for the keys to the series.
Jim Nill may be conducting exit interviews in Frisco but many of his assets play on tonight in game 3 of Texas' opening round vs the Milwaukee Admirals.
Texas may have locked up the top seed in the West, but they backed into the playoffs with four straight home losses. Milwaukee, on the other hand, is very hot...
One year after finishing in last place, Texas's first year head coach, Willie Desjardins, has been named the AHL's Coach of the Year. It's a well-deserved honor, given all the challenges the club has faced.
Texas became the first Western Conference club to clinch the playoffs this Sunday but really wish they could have had the first two games of the weekend back.
With the arrival of so many new players, Texas Stars practice this week looked more like public skate than practice given how many were on the ice. Can Coach Desjardins keep the chemistry he worked so hard to build with all this flux?
With eleven regular players out of the lineup at one point this week, the Stars continue to rule the roost in the AHL. Maybe it's time to ask: In 1st place despite the turmoil, is Coach Desjardins making a case for coach of the year?
The Texas Stars earned four points this weekend but lost two key defenseman and two key forwards to injuries in the same weekend. Can the club hold on to first with all the roster turmoil?
The Stars went 1-1-1 on the week but still kept a hold on first place in the league overall thanks to similarly mediocre play from the clubs behind them and the emergence of Alex Chiasson
There was good, and there was bad this week. After winning in comeback fashion in Houston, Texas dropped a 5-4 shootout loss to 14th place Rockford after leading by three goals in the first. What happened?
With a Saturday victory over San Antonio pushing them into first place, Texas is sitting pretty at the All-Star Break. However, Coach Desjardins agrees: it's "so much harder to win after the All-Star Break".
Texas may have broken their six-game win streak, but it was the only game they lost this week as some new faces stepped up to fill the void and they climbed into a tie for first place in the AHL.
The Texas Stars enjoyed their third-straight win on Friday and once again take on the Grand Rapids Griffons on Saturday night.
Riding high on a newly determined starting goaltender and recovering special teams, the Texas Stars have climbed their way out of last place. Also inside: an analysis of the Dallas Stars goalie, forward and defense prospects in Austin.