Dallas Stars NHL Games Schedule

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Dallas Stars 2018 Season Roster


Brandon Anselmini 74 Defenseman 24 183 5'10"
Mattias Backman 29 Defenseman 25 180 6'2"
Gavin Bayreuther 45 Defenseman 23 195 6'1"
Jamie Benn 14 Left Wing, 28 209 6'2"
Ben Bishop 30 Goalie 31 225 6'7"
Jesse Blacker 52 Defenseman 26 190 6'1"
Andrew Bodnarchuk 44 Defenseman 29 196 5'11"
Shaw Boomhower 65 Left Wing 19 185 5'11"
Landon Bow 41 Goalie 22 210 6'4"
Ludwig Bystrom 36 Defenseman 23 175 6'1"
Nicholas Caamano 61 Right Wing 19 188 6'1"
Connor Chatham 67 Right Wing 22 225 6'2"
Brett Davis 74 Right Wing 18 178 6'1"
Philippe Desrosiers 31 Goalie 22 195 6'1"
Jason Dickinson 16 Center, 22 205 6'2"
Justin Dowling 37 Center 27 185 5'10"
Sheldon Dries 53 Left Wing 23 179 5'9"
Cody Eakin 20 Center 26 190 6'0"
Nick Ebert 45 Defenseman 23 203 6'0"
Remi Elie 40 Left Wing 22 210 6'1"
Mads Eller 53 Left Wing 22 205 6'1"
Brennan Evans 67 Defenseman 36 230 6'4"
Radek Faksa 12 Center 24 216 6'3"
Brian Flynn 20 Center, 29 183 6'1"
Justin Fontaine 19 Right Wing 30 174 5'10"
Max French 75 Center 25 185 5'10"
Austin Fyten 63 Left Wing 26 200 6'2"
Denis Gurianov 34 Right Wing 20 200 6'3"
Dan Hamhuis 2 Defenseman 35 204 6'1"
Shane Hanna 51 Defenseman 23 203 5'11"
Niklas Hansson 49 Defenseman 23 180 6'1"
Martin Hanzal 10 Center 31 230 6'6"
Aaron Haydon 45 Defenseman 22 195 6'4"
Dillon Heatherington 48 Defenseman 22 215 6'4"
Miro Heiskanen 4 Defenseman 18 170 6'0"
Roope Hintz 24 Left Wing 21 185 6'3"
Julius Honka 6 Defenseman 22 186 5'11"
Jiri Hudler 22 Right Wing, 34 190 5'10"
Mattias Janmark 13 Left Wing, 25 196 6'1"
Stephen Johns 28 Defenseman 25 221 6'4"
Cory Kane 51 Center 27 200 6'1"
Henri Kiviaho 42 Goalie 24 185 6'1"
John Klingberg 3 Defenseman 25 177 6'2"
Samuel Laberge 59 Left Wing 20 198 6'2"
Max Lagace 35 Goalie 25 190 6'2"
Kari Lehtonen 32 Goalie 34 209 6'4"
Esa Lindell 23 Defenseman 23 213 6'3"
Matt Mangene 55 Center, 28 190 5'11"
Colin Markison 54 Right Wing 25 185 5'10"
Chris Martenet 42 Defenseman 21 200 6'7"
Mike McKenna 35 Goalie 34 183 6'2"
Curtis McKenzie 11 Left Wing 27 205 6'2"
Michael McMurtry 52 Center 25 200 6'0"
Mark McNeill 38 Center, 25 214 6'2"
Travis Moen 27 Left Wing 35 215 6'2"
Emil Molin 59 Center 25 170 6'0"
Travis Morin 39 Center 34 190 6'1"
Valeri Nichushkin 43 Right Wing 23 205 6'4"
Greg Pateryn 29 Defenseman 27 224 6'3"
Alex Peters 54 Defenseman 21 205 6'4"
Taylor Peters 62 Center 26 215 6'2"
Rich Peverley 17 Center 35 195 5-11
Tyler Pitlick 18 Right Wing 26 200 6'2"
Alexander Radulov 47 Right Wing 31 201 6'1"
Greg Rallo 58 Center 36 195 6'0"
Brendan Ranford 38 Right Wing 25 190 5'10"
Brent Regner 22 Defenseman 28 189 5'11"
Brett Ritchie 25 Right Wing 24 217 6'3"
Zachary Roberts 70 Left Wing 18 184 6'0"
Jason Robertson 52 Left Wing 18 192 6'2"
Antoine Roussel 21 Left Wing 28 195 5'11"
Tyler Seguin 91 Center 26 201 6'1"
Devin Shore 17 Left Wing, 23 205 6'0"
Gemel Smith 46 Left Wing, 23 190 5'10"
Tomas Soustal 72 Center 21 199 6'3"
Jason Spezza 90 Center, 34 214 6'3"
Dustin Stevenson 48 Defenseman 28 215 6'5"
Matej Stransky 44 Right Wing 24 210 6'3"
Branden Troock 49 Right Wing 23 220 6'2"
Cole Tymkin 73 Right Wing 18 190 6'0"
Cole Ully 57 Left Wing 23 170 6'0"
R.J. Umberger 81 Center 35 214 6'2"
Ondrej Vala 62 Defenseman 19 210 6'4"

More information at Wikipedia and official Stars website.

Dallas Stars Upcoming Games in 2017-2018 Season

  • 3/13: Dallas Stars vs. Orlando Magic;
  • 3/9: Dallas Stars vs. Anaheim Ducks;
  • 3/23: Dallas Stars vs. Boston Bruins;
  • 3/25: Dallas Stars vs. Vancouver Canucks;
  • 3/27: Dallas Stars vs. Philadelphia Flyers;
  • 3/31: Dallas Stars vs. Minnesota Wild.
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More About Stars

Dallas Stars are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team was founded during the 1967 NHL expansion as the Minnesota North Stars, based in Bloomington, Minnesota. Before the beginning of the 1978–79 NHL season, the team merged with the Cleveland Barons after the league granted them permission due to each team's respective financial struggles. Ultimately, the franchise relocated to Dallas for the 1993–94 NHL season. The Stars played out of Reunion Arena from their relocation until 2001, when the team moved less than 1.5 miles into the American Airlines Center.

The Stars have won eight division titles in Dallas, two Presidents' Trophies as the top regular season team in the NHL, the Western Conference championship twice, and in 1998–99, the Stanley Cup. Joe Nieuwendyk won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs that year.

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