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Dallas Stars Details

The Stars were originally the North Stars, and they played in Minnesota from 1967 to 1993. The North Stars reached two Stanley Cup Finals, including one in 1991, just two years before they relocated. The North Stars actually had a losing record in 1991 and were underdogs in each round of the playoffs. With a roster that included future hall of famer Mike Modano, the North Stars got hot at the right time and beat the top teams in the West before they lost in the Stanley Cup Final to Mario Lemieux and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

In 1993, the Stars moved to Dallas, and dropped “North” from their name. The Stars made the playoffs in their first season in Texas, and, with a Star like Modano on the team, were able to attract fans in what wasn’t considered a “traditional” hockey market. By the 1998-99 season, the Stars were ready to compete for a championship. In addition to Modano, the Stars had assembled a roster that included Brett Hull, Joe Nieuwendyk, Ed Belfour, and Derian Hatcher. The Stars reached the Stanley Cup Final in 1999 and won the series against the Buffalo Sabres on a controversial overtime goal from Brett Hull. The Stars returned to the Stanley Cup Final the next year and attempted to defend their title, but they were defeated in 6 games by the New Jersey Devils.

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When do Stars playoff tickets go on sale?

If the Stars make the NHL playoffs, tickets typically go on sale in April. For alerts on Stars playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for an account.

Dallas Stars schedule

The Stars play at American Airlines Center, which opened in 2001. Their 2018-19 season begins on October 4, 2018 with a home game against the Arizona Coyotes.

How much do Stars tickets cost?

SeatGeek has the largest variety of tickets on the web, offering Stars tickets for all fans at every price point. The average resale price for a ticket to a Stars game is $61.

When do the Stars play the Wild?

NHL hockey has returned to Minnesota since the North Stars left, creating an intriguing matchup when the Stars play the Minnesota Wild.

The Stars and Wild will play in Dallas on October 19, 2018, February 1, 2019, and in the Stars’ regular season finale on April 6, 2019. They’ll play in Minnesota on December 22, 2018 and March 14, 2019.

Dallas Stars Top Matchups

The Dallas Stars have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.

Dallas Stars Ticket Prices

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