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Team W-L-OTL Pts
56-19-7 119
53-22-7 113
49-22-11 109
46-30-6 98
45-30-7 97
39-32-11 89
28-42-12 68
25-50-7 57

Top Stars News

  • Stars' Benjamin Gleason: Secures two-way deal

    Gleason signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Stars on Friday.

    Gleason was waived prior to the start of the 2021-22 season and spent the entire year with AHL Texas. He tallied nine goals and 44 points in 70 appearances. The 24-year-old blueliner hasn't seen any NHL action since the 2018-19 campaign and should fill a similar depth role in the organization next season.

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  • Stars' Will Butcher: Lands two-way deal

    Butcher signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Stars on Friday.

    Butcher drew into 37 games with the Sabres last season, picking up eight points while posting a minus-10 rating over that span. The 27-year-old blueliner will likely bounce between the AHL and the NHL in 2022-23, so don't expect him to be a useful fantasy option.

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  • Stars' Colin Miller: Lands in Dallas

    Miller signed a two-year, $3.7 million contract with the Stars on Wednesday.

    Miller will join the Stars to fill a similar role as he did with the Sabres last year. The 29-year-old will likely play in a bottom-four capacity. He had 14 points, 50 hits, 42 blocked shots and a minus-2 rating in 38 contests last season.

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  • Stars' Mason Marchment: Bound for Big D

    Marchment agreed to terms on a four-year, $18 million deal with Dallas on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.

    Marchment was linked with a potential move to Carolina as well but appears to have decided to try his like with the Stars instead. The 27-year-old winger cashed in big time after putting up new career bests in games (54), goals (18) and assists (29) last year. Given a full 82-game season, Marchment should cruise to a 20-goal performance if he can maintain the steady pace he set last year with the Panthers.

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  • Stars' Marian Studenic: Lands two-way deal

    Studenic signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Stars on Monday, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.

    Studenic spent time with the Devils' and Stars' organizations last season. He tallied 16 points in 17 AHL appearances and four points in 33 NHL games. The 23-year-old will likely fill a depth role with Dallas again during the 2022-23 campaign.

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  • Stars' Matthew Seminoff: Drops to Stars in Round 6

    Seminoff was selected 179th overall by the Stars in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.

    Scouts have gotten plenty of looks at Seminoff the past few seasons, as he already has 134 games worth of WHL experience under his belt, considerably more than most of the players in this draft. Viewed as a jack-of-all-trades and a master of none, there is no doubt Seminoff's play has improved over the course of his junior career. He was originally a fifth-round pick by Kamloops in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft, so the fact he has turned himself into a legitimate NHL prospect speaks to his work ethic. Seminoff is yet to break the point-per-game barrier in his WHL run, but he nearly got there this past season (26 goals, 57 points in 61 games) and health permitting, should take a step forward in 2022-23. Seminoff will also gain valuable experience due to the fact Kamloops will be hosting the 2023 Memorial Cup.

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  • Stars' George Fegaras: Cornell commit joins Stars

    Fegaras was selected 83rd overall by the Stars in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.

    Having turned just 18 years of age in late April, Fegaras is a long-term upside play for Dallas. The defender spent this past season playing with the North York Rangers of the Ontario Junior League, posting 13 goals and 48 points in 52 games. The No. 82 ranked North American skater by NHL Central Scouting heading into the draft, Fegaras bypassed a chance to play in the OHL and will instead head to Cornell University.

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  • Stars' Christian Kyrou: Talented defender picked by Stars

    Kyrou was selected 50th overall by the Stars in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.

    Kyrou's older brother Jordan is a forward for the Blues and one of the best young players in the NHL. Christian -- with a mid-September birthday -- barely missed being eligible for the 2021 draft. It was probably the best thing that ever happened to him, as his play took off this past season for OHL Erie. Kyrou finished the year with 18 goals and 60 points in 68 games. His decision-making with the puck is questionable at times simply because he can get away with things at the junior level that won't work in the NHL, but Kyrou's offensive abilities are legitimate. The issue at this point is whether or not he can improve enough defensively to take a regular shift as a professional. It's worth noting that Jordan's career began very slowly before he exploded. Dallas will have to have some patience here.

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  • Stars' Lian Bichsel: Huge defender picked 18th at Draft

    Bichsel was selected 18th overall by the Stars in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft on Thursday.

    Bichsel is a beast. He's already close to 6-foot-6 and 225 pounds, and he just turned 18 in May. He's a defensive defender who isn't afraid to handle the puck, though he's not exactly poised with it. Then again, he doesn't have to be. Bichsel will never be confused with Zdeno Chara, and in an ideal world, he'll settle in as a 4/5 defender who's more Esa Lindell or Jamie Oleksiak than Rasmus Ristolainen.

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  • Stars' Scott Wedgewood: Staying in Dallas

    Wedgewood signed a two-year, $2 million contract with the Stars on Thursday.

    Wedgewood played for three teams last season, ending the year with the Stars. He had a combined 13-15-6 record, a 3.14 GAA and a .910 save percentage when accounting for his time in New Jersey and Arizona. The 29-year-old should now have a firm grip on the backup goalie role behind Jake Oettinger, and this signing indicates Braden Holtby will be allowed to walk in free agency.

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  • Stars' Riley Tufte: Grabs one-year deal

    Tufte signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Stars on Thursday.

    Tufte saw action in 10 games for Dallas this season in which he recorded one goal, five shots and nine hits while averaging just 7:12 of ice time. Looking ahead to 2022-23, the 24-year-old winger could see more opportunities at the NHL level but will likely continue to split his time between the NHL and AHL throughout the campaign.

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  • Stars' Ryan Shea: Inks one-year deal

    Shea signed a one-year, two-way contract with Dallas on Wednesday.

    Shea has yet to make his NHL debut since being selected by the Blackhawks in the fourth round of the 2015 NHL Draft. At this point, Shea is likely a long shot to become a full-time NHL option.

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  • Stars' Joseph Cecconi: Secures one-year extension

    Cecconi penned a one-year, two-way deal with Dallas on Tuesday.

    Cecconi played exclusively in the minors for the third straight season since going pro following the 2018-19 campaign. He isn't likely to crack the Stars' lineup anytime soon.

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  • Stars' Fredrik Karlstrom: Pens one-year pact

    Karlstrom signed a one-year, two-way contract with Dallas on Tuesday.

    Karlstrom played in just three games for Dallas this season, instead spending the bulk of the campaign playing in the minors. For AHL Texas, the 2016 third-round pick notched 16 goals and 13 assists in 65 games. Even if the 24-year-old Swede earns a few more call ups this year, he still figures to spend the bulk of the 2022-23 season in the minors.

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  • Stars' Nick Caamano: Signs one-year extension

    Caamano signed a one-year, two-way deal with Dallas on Monday.

    Caamano spent all of last season with AHL Texas, tallying 14 points in 57 appearances. He last played at the NHL level during the 2020-21 campaign where he recorded one assist in 24 games with the Stars.

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  • Stars' Alex Petrovic: Remaining in Dallas organization

    Petrovic signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Stars on Tuesday, per CapFriendly.

    Petrovic spent all of the 2021-22 campaign with AHL Texas, logging 19 points in 71 contests. The defenseman hasn't gotten into an NHL game since 2018-19, so this is more of a depth move for the Stars. Petrovic shouldn't be expected to see much time with the big club unless a number of injuries arise on the Dallas blue line.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.80


Player Injury
R. Hintz LW Roope Hintz LW Oblique
R. Faksa C Radek Faksa C Upper Body
L. Glendening C Luke Glendening C Lower Body

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