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Dallas Stars

 
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Season 2018-2019

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This club in 2018-2019: NHL

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GBen Bishop21.11.1986200 cm93 kgleft
GAnton Khudobin07.05.1986181 cm91 kgleft
DConnor Carrick13.04.1994178 cm85 kgright
DMiro Heiskanen18.07.1999185 cm78 kgleft
DJulius Honka03.12.1995181 cm81 kgright
DStephen Johns18.04.1992193 cm100 kgright
DJohn Klingberg14.08.1992185 cm78 kgright
DEsa Lindell23.05.1994190 cm88 kgleft
DMarc Methot21.06.1985190 cm102 kgleft
DRoman Polak28.04.1986187 cm95 kgleft
FJamie Benn (C)18.07.1989188 cm94 kgleft
RWBlake Comeau18.02.1986185 cm93 kgright
LWJason Dickinson04.07.1995185 cm81 kgleft
CJustin Dowling01.10.1990178 cm83 kgleft
FRadek Faksa09.01.1994191 cm96 kgleft
CMartin Hanzal20.02.1987196 cm90 kgleft
FMattias Janmark-Nylén08.12.1992185 cm86 kgleft
FValery Nichushkin04.03.1995194 cm92 kgleft
FTyler Pitlick01.11.1991185 cm86 kgright
RWAlexander Radulov05.07.1986185 cm84 kgleft
FBrett Ritchie01.07.1993195 cm99 kgright
FTyler Seguin31.01.1992185 cm78 kgright
FDevin Shore19.07.1994183 cm85 kgN/A
CGemel Smith16.04.1994180 cm86 kgright
CJason Spezza13.06.1983190 cm97 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Jeff Reese24.03.1966Goalie coach
Todd Nelson15.05.1969Assistant Coach
Jim Nill11.04.1958GM
Stu Barnes25.12.1970Assistant Coach
Rick Bowness25.01.1955Assistant Coach
Jim Montgomery30.06.1969Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Formed in 1993 when Minnesota North Stars (formed 1967) moved to Dallas. Moved to American Airlines Arena in 2001, having previously played in Reunion Arena.

Notable players:

Stanley Cup Champions 1999, two President Trophies, seven division titles.

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After 21 years and 1374 points Mike Modano announces retirement

The icon of Dallas Stars Mike Modano officially announced his retirement at 41 years old with a post on his Facebook page: "I've come to the decision that it's time to retire as a player from the NHL".
Modano,recently declined a tryout with the Vancouver Canucks,is the NHL's all-time points leader among U.S.-born players with 1374 points in 1499 games career almost played for Dallas Stars where he stayed from 1992, when franchise was relocated from Minnesota, to 2009. Last season Modano signed with Detroit but a wrist injury allowed him to play just 40 games (4 goals, 11 assists).
Modano told ESPN he'd like to work for the Stars' organization.

(22 Sep 2011)
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Dallas Stars participates in season 2018-2019: NHL

 
 
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