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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.
He may be young, but the Stars’ 2017 first-rounder is more than capable of stepping up to the plate.
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.
Replacing the young Czech center may not be as easy as you think.
Save your pitchforks, Stars fans. Yes, signing Roman Polak is perhaps perplexing, but that doesn’t mean it’s a problem.
Given the lack of quality defensemen available this free agency, the Stars are better off looking at potential trade options.
As free agency and trade talks start to intensify, how can the Stars better shape their roster to Jim Montgomery’s style?
The Stars announced this afternoon that they have acquired Ryan Hartman via trade from the Philadelphia Flyers. The Stars sent over winger Tyler Pitlick in the deal.