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NHL News: Dallas Stars To Host 2018 NHL Entry Draft

Dallas Stars To Host 2018 NHL Draft As Awarded By NHL Yesterday, at the Reunion Tower, the Dallas Stars were made aware of some major news. The National Hockey League reported that the city of Dallas will host the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. The benefits of the Draft in Dallas will benefit the city, the young players, and fans alike. While the three parties above will benefit greatly from the
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Dallas Stars: Free Agency Prep Begins After Two Drafts

The Dallas Stars managed to survive the NHL Expansion Draft with little damage. In fact, the only asset the Stars lost was Cody Eakin.  The Stars did, however, make up for it (sort of) in the Entry Draft.  As the Stars drafted players they needed, they also picked one extra and later traded him.  Not long after being drafted, the Stars traded goaltender Dylan Ferguson for Marc Methot. Marc Methot brings
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Dallas Stars: Jim Nill Making moves to Excite the 25th season

Since the Dallas Stars brought in Ken Hitchcock in April, the roster and coaching staff have already begun to take shape.  Just in the last seven days, Rick Wilson, a former assistant coach, has returned.  Wilson was last seen on the St. Louis Blues coaching staff with Hitchcock.  However, he served with Hitchcock as an assistant coach in Hitchcock’s first stint.  Following Hitchcock’s first departure from the Stars, Wilson served as
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Dallas Stars Use Draft In Hopes Of Fixing Some Holes

The 2017 NHL Draft has come and gone.  The Dallas Stars had a few weak areas, and it looks as though they'll be addressed soon.  Not only did the Stars draft a young defenseman, the Stars went for a little goaltending and center depth as well.  Here are the remaining Stars draft picks not covered before. Jake Oettinger - Goalie (Round 1/Pick 29) The Stars traded the 29th and 70th
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Dallas Stars Draft Defenseman As Third Pick In NHL Entry Draft

Last season, the Dallas Stars defense left fans wondering if the Stars had a defense, to begin with. Last season also saw the Stars' power play struggles keep them near the bottom of the league in that stat. Despite the Stars having the firepower to score from seemingly out of nowhere, these two aspects of the game really killed the Dallas Stars. Consequently, the Stars' goalie situation suffered on top
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Dallas Stars: Retire Jere Lehtinen’s Number, Hire Ken Hitchcock, Come Full Circle

As of this coming October, the Dallas Stars will be celebrating their 25th anniversary of their move from Minnesota.  And what a fun ride it has been. A Brief List Of Facts About The Dallas Stars The Stars moved from Minnesota to Dallas in 1993.  After residing in Minnesota since 1967, the Stars would be forced out of Minnesota for financial reasons.  As the North Stars, the team had a
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Dallas Stars: Five Reasons Why The Ben Bishop Trade is Beneficial

Over the past two years, Dallas Stars fans near and far have been clamoring for one thing. A goalie switch. Over that same time span, fans and media speculated and reported who they'd bring in if they could. They were tossing around names like Marc-Andre Fleury, and Ben Bishop. The Stars had a great regular season that year but just couldn't make it through the Blues to advance in the
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NHL: Three Teams Who Are Worse Than Their Records Indicate

Hockey is a stressful game. Each game can change in a heartbeat, as can each team’s season. So when your favorite team strings together a few wins to start the year, you may catch yourself breathing a sigh of relief: there’s a little cushion, a little breathing room. Maybe this team can stay one step ahead and make this season a little easier on all of our hearts. We’re here
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Previewing the NHL’s Tough Central Division

Last year’s Stanley Cup champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, came out of the Western Conference’s Central Division. Will the same division produce the 2015-16 season champions? We wouldn’t bet against it. This is our 2015-16 Central Division preview. Colorado Avalanche Defense was the weakest point for a weak team in Colorado last year. The offseason addition of veteran D Francois Beauchemin will help, but it won’t matter much unless the offense