Stars Bring Back 2 Former Assistants For Hitchcock's StaffThe Dallas Stars are bringing back longtime assistant Rick Wilson, who once briefly served as their head coach.
Stars Announce Home Opener vs Las Vegas Golden KnightsStars Announce Home Opener vs Las Vegas Golden Knights
NHL Salary Cap Set At $75 Million For 2017-18 SeasonThe NHL salary cap has been set at $75 million for the upcoming season, in a slight increase over last year. The cap and $55.4 million salary floor were announced on Sunday.
Dallas Stars Sign Goalie Ben Bishop To Six-Year DealThe Dallas Stars have signed goaltender Ben Bishop to a six-year deal.
L.A. Kings Sending Bishop's Negotiating Rights To StarsAccording to Jonathon Shipman of 105.3 The Fan, the Dallas Stars have traded for L.A. Kings goaltender Ben Bishop.
Dallas Stars Re-Sign Mattias JanmarkThe Dallas Stars have signed forward Mattias Janmark to a $700,000 contract for next season after he missed this season because of an unusual knee injury.
Tyler Seguin Has Surgery For Torn LabrumDallas Stars center Tyler Seguin had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder and should be ready for training camp in September.
Hitch Is Back: Stars Bring Hitchcock Back 15 Years LaterKen Hitchcock is back as coach of the Dallas Stars, more than 15 years after being fired by the team he took to its only Stanley Cup championship.
Dallas Stars Bringing Back Ken Hitchcock As CoachThe Dallas Stars are bringing back Ken Hitchcock to be the head coach.
Stars Keep Expectations High After Playoff-Less SeasonNow that Dallas general manager Jim Nill has decided to replace Lindy Ruff, he's looking for another coach just like him: experienced, successful, ready to win immediately even though the Stars just missed the playoffs.
Ruff Not Returning As Stars Coach After Missing PlayoffsLindy Ruff will not return as coach of the Dallas Stars after the team went from the Western Conference's top seed last year to missing the playoffs this season.
Arvidsson's 2 Goals, 2 Assists Lead Predators Past Stars 7-3Viktor Arvidsson came into the season with eight NHL goals. He's nearly quadrupled that total. The 23-year-old Arvidsson had two goals and two assists, and the Nashville Predators beat the Dallas Stars 7-3.

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