Head coach Ken Hitchcock has retired.
Who will be the Dallas Stars head coach next season?
Who will general manager Jim Nill target for the next head coach?
How attractive is Dallas as a NHL head coaching destination?
Jim Montgomery is stressing puck control, which is music to Stars’ fans ears. Plus, playoff action, licking drama, and more!
It’s a new and different direction, one plenty of fans in Dallas are happy to see.
Montgomery is currently head coach for Denver University’s NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey team.
Mike Heika offers a look at four coaches who could end up on the Stars’ short list. Plus, the Bolts close the deal, the Leafs extend their season, the Caps take a lead, and more.
The 37-year-old is one of the brightest young bench bosses the hockey world has seen in years.
Desjardins brings plenty of head coaching experience to the table, but could the former Canucks coach push Dallas to the next level?
Hiring Vigneault would just be more of the same, if not a direct step backward.
Cedar Park is home to a head coach that is primed to make the jump up to the NHL.
Following Ken Hitchcock’s retirement from coaching, Jim Nill is set to hire his third head coach in just six seasons. Plus, playoff hockey updates, why there haven’t been any GM firings, and more.
A combination of high-end talent on the roster and few other vacancies across the league should make Dallas the "dream job" of any prospective head coach.
They’ll begin searching for a new head coach immediately.