Throughout the month of February, numerous teams celebrated Black History month in various ways.
Johnston has had a front-row seat to take in a wealth of knowledge from veterans Jamie Benn and Joe Pavelski.
Up for a game of Quidditch? Miro Heiskanen won't hesitate to join in.
Looks like Roope Hintz is in luck. This item on his bucket list will be right in his Dallas backyard in 2026.
The 38-year-old Pavelski currently is in his fourth season with Dallas and his 17th in the NHL
The 26-year-old Hintz has 88 goals and 106 assists in his 261 games over five seasons, all with Dallas.
Marchment, now in his third NHL campaign, insists he wouldn’t be where he is without the help of skating coach, Barb Underhill.
His base salary will be $8 million in 2023-24, $9.2 million in 2024-25 and $9.3 million in the final season.
The Dallas Stars signed Jake Oettinger to a $12 million contract, securing the goaltender whose 64 saves in Game 7 of the playoffs.
Sekera was a key member of the Stars during their run to the Stanley Cup Final in the playoff bubble in 2020, blocking 38 shots in 27 games.
The Dallas Stars announced Tuesday that they have hired Peter DeBoer as their new coach, a month after he was fired by the Vegas Golden Knights.
Gurianov has skated in 214 regular-season NHL games, with 44 goals and 50 assists.
John Klingberg hopes that each child he meets with realizes they have support beyond their family and friends.
Landing in the “Lone Star State” has rekindled some old friendships for netminder Scott Wedgewood.
The 37-year-old Pavelski leads the Stars in assists (37) and points (59).
The loss of their top defender comes with the Stars moving up in the standings as they chase a wild-card spot in the Western Conference playoffs.
You won't catch Jason Robertson putting this popular condiment on his french fries.
With NFL playoffs set to kick-off, these NHL players are proudly voicing their gridiron allegiances.
The largely Hispanic city along the United States-Mexico border earned the title of Kraft Hockeyville USA 2020.
The NHL and NHLPA have announced El Paso, Texas, as the winner of Kraft Hockeyville™ USA 2020.