NHL Free Agency
In other words, they’re not even trying to get John Klingberg back at this point.
After a breakout season with the Florida Panthers, Marchment cashes in with the Stars.
The Dallas Stars don’t have much cap room to bring in a defenseman without giving up assets. That doesn’t mean there aren’t small names who don’t have big value.
The goaltender was signed to bring stability to the Stars’ crease, but he has been drastically outplayed by those already on the roster.
With Ryan Suter signed for the next four years, the Dallas Stars get their veteran top four defender. He could be a good fit, but it’s easy to see the move going the other way too.
Both players project to be AHL players, bolstering the Stars’ organizational depth on the blueline.
Holtby joins a crowded crease in Dallas in what is one of the most stunning free agency moves of the day (so far).
Carrying an AAV of $3.65M, the 36 year old defenseman serves as a replacement for Jamie Oleksiak, who was taken in the NHL Expansion Draft.
Blake Coleman seems like the perfect fit for the Dallas Stars next season. He is. But it’s complicated.
Worth $3.25M annually, Faksa will be under contract through the 2024-25 season.
The backup goaltender — that stole hearts and kept dreams alive in the playoffs — will stay in Dallas.
Trades, buyouts, and waivers are all business decisions. Offer sheets are personal, but they shouldn’t be — and they should be used more.
No Zuccarello, no Stralman, and one of the most loathed opponents in Dallas made July 1st a bit of an unexpected update for the Stars. How do they stack up now?
The former San Jose captain is taking his talents to Dallas in his pursuit for a Stanley Cup.
Sekera will bring decent defensive depth to the Stars — if he can stay healthy.
Coming off of a buyout, the former Anaheim sniper is taking a one-year prove-it deal with Dallas.
Given the lack of quality defensemen available this free agency, the Stars are better off looking at potential trade options.