Dallas Stars News
There’s a lot to unpack about the Dallas Stars CEO’s criticism of Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin. It also ignores one big fact: the front office is as much to blame for where the team is at as the players are.
Dallas has done a lot of roster shuffling lately. Here’s a quick recap of their moves the past couple of days.
The prodigal first-rounder returns.
The IIHF World Championships have come to a close, so how did the five Dallas Stars and their respective countries do?
After 18 seasons with Dallas, Wilson will retirement from active coaching.
Alberts will continue as president of the Texas Stars; Jim Lites will carry on as CEO as the Stars retool their operating structure.
Big Rig is back on another prove-it deal.
McKenna backstopped the Syracuse Crunch during the 2017 Calder Cup playoffs.
Sharp recognized for “perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey”; star prospect Jason Dickinson gets the call-up.
Dallas has recalled Texas Star winger, and 2nd round pick, Remi Elie. What should Stars fans expect?
The Stars locked up the elder Benn brother with a three-year contract extension days before he was set to hit unrestricted free agency.
Jamie Benn is up for both MVP awards while Jim Nill and Lindy Ruff are also candidates at the 2016 NHL Awards.
The Stars agreed to terms with one of their key forward RFAs and look set to have Ritchie on the full-time NHL roster next season.