In his three stars so far, newcomer Braden Holtby has looked... good? Plus, highlights from last night’s win, eight year deals reign supreme, and more.
The Stars recorded a .500 record on the first road trip of the season and turn their sights towards the home opener on Friday.
Can the Stars get back into the win column against a team that has already earned five points out of six and is coming off of three days’ rest? Let’s find out.
Even with key injuries and inconsistency from star players, Dallas can still open the season with two wins in four road games.
Mike Heika takes a look at an "out-of-sync" unit that was expected to be a Stars strength. Plus, watch party in Plano, Evander Kane’s 21-game suspension, and more.
Can Dallas follow up with a bounce back game after losing last night in Boston?
Luke Glendening earned the Stars’ only goal as their old, bad habits came back to haunt them.
Tyler Seguin back in Boston for a Saturday night tilt. What happens to a team that doesn’t score when John Klingberg goes down?
Now do the same thing, but without all the gut-churning anxiety. Plus, the Texas Stars set their roster, the Predators raise another (virtual) banner, and more.
The number one defenseman got twisted up and eventually left the game with a lower-body injury. Braden Holtby also left the game early in a less than ideal start to the season for Dallas.
Jacob Peterson opened the scoring with his first NHL goal and Miro Heiskanen ended it with his first overtime goal.
You would think I’d have learned my lesson by now...
The Dallas Stars begin the 2021-2022 campaign on the road at Madison Square Garden, where they’ve been since Tuesday while the Rangers traveled to Washington D.C. to open their season on the road last night.
The Stars made some expected roster moves in advance of their opening night game versus the New York Rangers.
While The Opening Night Roster Is Set, More Moves Are Likely Before The Stars Take On The Rangers This Week
There’s some paper moves that might be needed to get around some salary cap issues, and some recalls are likely to be made prior to the first game of the season.
Antoin Khudobin gets a turn in net as the goalie battle continues in Big D.
The rookie forward has impressed this preseason, but would he better off in the AHL? Plus, Braden Holtby looks good, Ovechkin chases the Great One, and more.
The new goaltender for the Stars this season is making the decision in net a little more interesting for Dallas.
The 2020 USA Kraft Hockeyville game took place in the NAHL El Paso Rhinos’ barn in the desert.