Dallas To Host 2018 NHL Draft At American Airlines CenterThe Dallas Stars will host the 2018 NHL draft at American Airlines Center.
Stars Sign Radek Faksa To 3-Year DealThe Dallas Stars announced the signing of restricted free agent Radek Faksa on Monday.
Stars Re-Sign Brett Ritchie For 2 Years, $3.5 MillionThe Dallas Stars have re-signed forward Brett Ritchie to a $3.5 million, two-year contract.
NHL Free Agents Following NBA In Picking DestinationsThe NHL is becoming more like the NBA with top players forgoing longer, big money contracts to pick their preferred destination, a trend that has added a new wrinkle to free agency.
Stars Sign Radulov To $31.25 Million Deal For 5 YearsThe Stars have signed right winger Alexander Radulov to a $31.25 million deal for five years. Radulov will count $6.25 million against the salary cap through 2021-22 after getting the biggest contract in free agency.
Stars Among Best Movers In NHL Free AgencyThe free agent period has been quiete because not many big names are available. Teams also did much of their roster shuffling earlier in the summer to prepare for the Golden Knights.
Stars Make Niemi Buyout Official, Cap Hit To Cover 2 SeasonsThe Dallas Stars have announced their buyout of the final year of goalie Antti Niemi's contract.
Stars Acquire Defenseman Marc Methot In Trade With VegasMarc Methot could go from playing with Erik Karlsson to pairing up with another young Swedish defenseman after a trade to the Dallas Stars.
Stars Waive Goalie Niemi And Plan To Buy Him OutA person with direct knowledge of the decision has confirmed to The Associated Press that the Dallas Stars have placed goalie Antti Niemi on waivers.
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.