Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with veteran backup goaltender Anton Khudobin. The deal will pay Khudobin $5 million over the two seasons and will carry a reasonable $2.5 million cap hit over its duration. Anton Khudobin will sign with the Dallas Stars. Excellent pick up for the Stars. —
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With the Dallas Stars snubbed at the 2018 NHL Awards last week, it is the third straight season that the club will not take any hardware back to Dallas. Jamie Benn was the last Star to capture an award, winning the Art Ross Trophy at the conclusion of the 2014-15 campaign. Before that, no Star had
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With the 2018-19 hockey season coming to an official close, signing season is now upon us. Free agents, both unrestricted and restricted alike, are hoping their individual performances throughout this past season were exceptional enough to earn a new contract with a team. Whether a one-year bridge contract or a long-term deal, or re-signing with
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Silencing the rumor mill surrounding his future, Grand Rapids Griffins head coach Todd Nelson has accepted an assistant coach position with the Dallas Stars. Murmurs surrounded Nelson following the early closure of the Griffins’ playoff run this season. Having had an interview with the Arizona Coyotes during the 2016-17 summer break, there has been plenty of
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The Christmas break, bye week and all-star break are in the Dallas Stars’ rearview mirror. From their precarious perch in the Western Conference’s first wild card spot, the playoffs are within reach. Could general manager Jim Nill swing a deal to improve the Stars’ playoff chances between now and the February 26 trade deadline? Some
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It’s cold in Buffalo, but the Dallas Stars World Junior Championship prospects are starting to heat things up. Both of the Stars’ goalie prospects have split time with their respective teammates guarding the net. The Stars two blue line prospects are logging significant minutes, and their two forward prospects are also making a positive impact. As
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There’s no place like home for the Dallas Stars, who are 10-4-0 at the American Airlines Center this season. They struggled mightily away from Dallas last season, posting a disappointing 12-24-5 road record, and are 6-9-1 as visitors so far in 2017-18. The Stars left town after practice Sunday, heading east on a tough four-game
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The Dallas Stars had a very long week.  It began last Saturday with a satisfying 5-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres. Saturday night’s good vibes evaporated quickly, however, thanks to a Central Division nemesis. After allowing the Winnipeg Jets a 3-0 head start for the second time in five days, the Stars lacked the firepower
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Nobody said the Dallas Stars’ road to the Stanley Cup would be straight and level…or even paved, for that matter. The Stars returned home very early Friday morning, following a less-than-successful five-game road trip. Though a 2-3-0 record kept the trip out of the ‘complete disaster’ category, bookending it with losses to division rivals Colorado
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It seemed like a typical Friday night at Snuffers in Highland Village, Texas. There wasn’t a seat available at the bar as patrons chatted about the end of another work week, the movies playing next door at the AMC and the local sports scene. Making the customers’ favorite drinks from behind the bar was Kristina
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Of all the preseason predictions made for the Dallas Stars, an 1-3-0 start wasn’t on the list. Chalk it up to the Stars’ learning curve. Coach Ken Hitchcock touched on it after Wednesday’s practice. “…I liked a lot of the things we did yesterday [in Tuesday’s 4-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings], so we’ve
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The Dallas Stars were busy this summer signing arguably the two best unrestricted free agent forwards on the market to multi-year contracts. First, they signed mountainous Martin Hanzal to a three-year deal worth $14.25 million. The 30-year-old Czech native is 6 foot 6 and 230 pounds. Hanzal excels at faceoffs and brings needed help to
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After a disappointing 2016-17 season exposed the Dallas Stars’ flaws, changes were in order. Stars general manager Jim Nill took care of business between April and July, replacing Lindy Ruff with Ken Hitchcock as head coach, drafting top defense and goalie prospects Miro Heiskanen and Jake Oettinger, trading for franchise goalie Ben Bishop and veteran
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Two very important centers have made the rumor mill on Wednesday. Both very well could stay with their respective teams, but it hasn’t stopped people from speculating. What will become of both Tyler Seguin and John Tavares if the Dallas Stars and New York Islanders can’t respectively get their financing and/or priorities in order? Tyler
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Why did the Dallas Stars sign Martin Hanzal? Virtually all of the Stars’ other offseason moves are easily understood: The team needed to make a coaching change, so Ken Hitchcock was hired. To improve their last line of defense, they traded for Ben Bishop and signed him to a six-year deal before the giant goalie
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