A look at the offseason moves by the Dallas Stars thus far, and a look ahead at what to expect in the upcoming season.
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Tim lives in Dallas, TX, and serves as a Dallas Stars correspondent for the Sunbelt Hockey Journal. He has professional sportswriting and editing experience in print and online media.
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With the acquisition of Jaromir Jagr and other players, the Stars are reshaping their franchise.
After coming up short for a fourth-straight season, the Dallas Stars look to find their bearings during this offseason and gear-up for a playoff run in 2012-2013.
The Stars suffered another catastrophic collapse at season’s end, as the team’s power play is worst in franchise history.
It is becoming an annual affair: the Pacific Division is the league’s pressure-cooker.
WIth their sight set on a division title in the final weeks of the regular season, the Dallas Stars display a potent mixture of grit, focus, and chemistry.
The Dallas Stars reshape the Pacific Division with their improved team defense and timely goal scoring.
A breakdown and grade of the Stars (in)action at the deadline, as well as a look at the static of this year’s trade deadline.
After a strong first-half to the season, the Dallas Stars are beginning to slide out of the playoff picture.
If the Stars hope to break their streak of missing the playoffs over the past four seasons, the team must improve their special teams–particularly their penalty kill.
If the Stars hope to compete for a playoff spot this year in the competitive Western Conference, they most likely have to make a deal to supplement their depth and will need to give up a decent draft pick and/or prospect.
When the Dallas Stars signed Michael Ryder to a two-year deal, it seemed like an attempt by General Manager Joe Nieuwendyk to patch obvious holes the team has had in […]