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The Dallas Stars are a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League (the NHL). The Dallas Stars play in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference with four other teams: the San Jose Sharks, the Anaheim Ducks, the Los Angeles Kings and the Phoenix Coyotes. Stars tickets will be a hot item during the 2009-2010 NHL hockey schedule.
Dallas Stars 2014-2015 Outlook
The Dallas Stars have high hopes for the 2014-2015 NHL season. The forwards look fantastic. In addition to Seguin, Spezza, and Hemsky, there are also Jamie Benn and Valeri Nichushkin, so we can expect this team to do plenty of scoring. The goaltending should be fine, assuming Kari Lehtonen is OK after leaving a recent preseason game with what the team called a mild concussion. That leaves the blueline, which isn’t strong and didn’t get much attention over the summer.
Still, it’s easy to get excited about the Stars. At the very least, they should be exciting. But will they be good enough to do any damage in the Central?
The Dallas Stars franchise was originally founded in 1967 in Bloomington, Minnesota as part of the NHL’s 6-team expansion. The team was known as the Minnesota North Stars from 1967 through 1993.
The Dallas Stars have retired the following players’ jersey numbers: Neal Broten’s #7; Bill Goldsworthy’s #8; Bill Masterson’s #19; and Wayne Gretzky’s #99 (retired league-wide by the NHL on February 6, 2000).
Dallas Stars TV/Radio
All Dallas Stars hockey games can be seen on either the FSN Southwest television network or KDFI My 27 in the greater Dallas / Fort Worth area. ESPN has television rights to Dallas Stars hockey games based on the popularity of the game. Tune into the Dallas Stars flagship station WTCK 1310 on your AM dial to catch each Dallas Stars hockey game on the radio.
American Airlines Center
The Dallas Stars play their home games in the American Airlines Center. By 1998, the Dallas Mavericks, then owned by H. Ross Perot, Jr., and the Dallas Stars were indicating their desire for a new facility to replace the dated Reunion Arena. Dallas taxpayers approved a new hotel tax and rental car tax to pay for a new facility to cover a portion of the funding, with the two benefiting teams, the Mavericks and the Stars, picking up the remaining costs, including cost overruns. The new arena was to be built just north of Woodall Rodgers Freeway near Interstate 35E on the site of an old power plant.
On March 18, 1999, American Airlines announced that it would be acquiring the naming rights for the arena for US$195 million. American Airlines is headquartered in Fort Worth and is based at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
On July 27, 2001, the facility opened with the largest ribbon-cutting ceremony ever, according to the Guinness Book of Records. The first event occurred the next day with an Eagles concert. On the next night, the arena hosted the last show of Michael Flatley’s Feet of Flames tour. The first sporting event took place on August 19, 2001, with the Dallas Sidekicks of the World Indoor Soccer League taking on the San Diego Sockers.
American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75201