2019 NHL Draft Coverage
Dallas adds a third left-handed defenseman to their prospect pool.
The left winger played for the Saginaw Spirit in the OHL last season.
Dallas selected the left-handed defenseman in the fourth round of the 2019 NHL draft.
The quick, rangy OD is ranked 11th among North American skaters – and is now officially a Stars prospect.
Missed the start of Round 1? We’ve got you covered.
With just three picks currently on hand outside of the first round, the Stars will need to make these late selections count.
The Stars currently don’t have a selection in the second round, but if they end up adding one here are some names to watch out for.
A quasi-odyssey (and intro) into the history, mechanics, science, and business of the NHL draft.
He’s a John Klingberg fan who has the potential to be the best right-handed defenseman in the draft.
The literal man amongst boys is somehow garnering first round interest. Is it warranted? There’s definitely smoke with Brett Leason. It’s just a question of how much fire.
Few 2019 draft-eligible prospects have as much natural talent as Newhook does, but just how well will he be able to utilize it in the NHL?
Bobby Brink isn’t just the name of a comic book alter-ego. It’s the name of a player with elite goal-scoring tools who will likely be available at No. 18.
He may be short in stature, but Pelletier has big skill and big character.
With plenty of good prospects to choose from and a shortage of picks in this draft and the next, trading down could be a wise move for the Stars.
Something of a sleeper prospect in this year’s class, so don’t be surprised if Heinola goes a lot higher than most expect.
Nils Hoglander is fast, smart, and handles the puck with the best of them. He checks off a lot of boxes the Dallas Stars tend to look for — well, everything except height.
Today we look at the "obvious in hindsight" pick of the draft in the quick center/winger Philip Tomasino, who is full of pace and precision.
Draft the best player available or draft to fill a need? By taking Seider, the Stars attempt to do both
Raphael Lavoie is the perennial "big kid with size and skill" because GMs will always try to recreate the next Eric Lindros. He’s not. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t talented.
Good things come to those who wait. That mantra will apply to whatever team drafts Robertson.
The lanky German defender just might be the biggest wild card of this year’s draft.
As one of the draft’s most talented defensemen, the sky is the limit for Harley.
Kaliyev is a one-dimensional scoring winger — but boy, what an amazing dimension it is
Suzuki is one of the more purely skilled players in this year’s draft, but just how well will his game adapt to the NHL level?