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Dallas Stars

Updated on April 10, 2009
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Minnesota. 1967 - 1993.

The Dallas Stars hockey team came from Minnesota in 1993. In Minnesota, the teams name was the Minnesota North Stars. The North Stars were a team from 1967 to 1993. Home North Star games were played at the Metropolitan Sports Center, a.k.a. the "Met Center", in Bloomington, Minnesota. After being very successful the first couple of years, the franchise suffered financial problems in the mid-1970's. George III and Gordon Gund, the owners of the Clevelnad Barons, purchased the North Stars in 1978. Teams merged due to financial troubles and kept the name, the Minnesota North Stars. Once agian, the North Stars were back! In 1981, the team made it to the Stanley Cup finals. They lost to the New York Islanders after five games.

However, in the early 1990's the team was suffering from financial problems yet again. The NHL declined a request to move the North Stars to the San Francisco Bay Area. The NHL instead awarded an expansion franchise to the Gund brothers, the San Jose Sharks. A group of investors bought the North Stars, originally wanting a team in San Jose. One of the investors, Norman Green eventually gained control of the team. The next season, the Minnesota North Stars made it to the Stanley Cup finals again, but lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Dallas. 1993 -1994.

In 1993, the North Stars moved to Dallas, Texas and changed their name to the "Stars". The home games were played in the Reunion Arena in Dallas. Since Minnesota no longer had an professional hockey team, the league promised them a new team. In 2000 , Minnesota got the Minnesota Wild hockey team. The Stars made it to the playoffs in 1994, but lost to the Vancouver Canucks. Norman Green sold the Stars to a man named Tom Hicks.

Stanley Cup Champions!

In 1999, the Dallas Stars won the franchises first ever Stanley Cup against the Buffalo Sabres. The series lasted for six games. The entire metropolitan area of Dallas and Fort Worth was completely ecstatic over the Stanley Cup victory.

American Airlines Center.

In the 2001 - 2002 season, the Dallas Stars and the Dallas Mavericks got a new home. This new home was the American Airlines Center. The AA Center hosts hockey games, basketball games, huge concerts, and much more. The 55th National Hockey League All-Star Game was held here. Stars players Marty Turco and Philippe Boucher.

2006 = Changes.

In 2006, many changes were made to the team. Ulf Dahlen became the assistant coach, defensive player Jason Arnott left the Stars as a free agent, and Darryl Sydor was brought in as a free agent. Also, Brenden Morrow was promoted to the team captain. He took the role from Mike Modano who had been captain since 2003. Now Mike Modano and Jere Lehtinen were the only players left from the Minnesota North Stars team.

Current Players.

The Stars have players from five different countries across the globe. These countries are the United States, Canada, Sweden, Finland, and Russia.

Mike Modano holds the record for most goals scored by an American hockey player. On March 13, 2007, Modano scored his 500th carrer goal.

More Facts.

The Dallas Stars are in the Western Confrence and Pacific Division.

The team colors are green, gold, black, and white.

The owner is Tom Hicks.

The General Managers are Brett Hull and Les Jackson.

Head coach is Dave Tippett.

The captain is Brenden Morrow.

Confrence champiions in: 1999 and 2000.

Division champions in: '97, '98. '99, '00, '01, '03, and '06.


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    • parkerk393 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from Arlington, Texas

      Oh yeah! We love it! Thanks for the comment.

    • Greek One profile image

      Greek One 

      9 years ago

      nice to see hockey there are fans in Texas!

    • parkerk393 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from Arlington, Texas

      I hope Modano doesn't retire this year. He's the best.

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      Melanie A. 

      9 years ago

      very cool! man,i miss zubov. he is my favorite!

    • johnb0127 profile image


      9 years ago from TX

      Very nice... Ive been to a Stars game and its so fun! I once weighed 300 pounds!



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