Dallas Stars Chicago Tickets
The Dallas Stars play ice hockey in the National Hockey League. They are members of the Western Division and play in the Central Division. The Stars were initially established as an expansion team in 1967 in Bloomington, Minnesota. However, they were relocated to Dallas in 1993, from where they made a fresh start to their NFL campaign. They play all their home games at the American Airlines Center. Supporting the colors of green, black and grey, their logo is very distinctive from other teams in the NHL. It shows the letter “D” encompassed by a star, aptly describing the team’s nick name as ‘The Big D’. Get Dallas Stars Chicago tickets and watch the Stars shine through as they battle for victory.
The Dallas Stars, formerly known as the Minnesota North Stars, located to Dallas in 1993. They had to face many initial woes, before they saw success head their way. Poor attendance for the newly relocated team was the main reason which led to scarcity of resources. When goal scoring winger of the Saint Louis Blues, Brett Hull became a member of the stars, their fortunes took a turn for the better. The Dallas Stars won two president trophies and two conference titles between 1997 and 1999. They managed to win seven Division titles along with the Ultimate ice hockey trophy; The Stanley Cup. The lone Stanley Cup title came in the 1998 – 1999 season, after the terrific final was decided by a goal from Brett Hull in overtime. Get Dallas Star Chicago tickets and watch the Stars shoot across the rink at the United Center in Chicago. Chicago which accommodates millions of visitors each year in its expansive parklands, is an ideal place to watch the game.
The Dallas Stars underwent a change in management, when Lindy Ruff took over the job of head coach. Ruff joined in 2013 and seems a good prospect for the stars, with his remarkable stats of having the third highest wins among the current coaches in the NHL. Jamie Benn also became the Captain of the team in 2013, taking over from Brenden Morrow. The Stars are one of the four teams in the NHL that do not have a mascot.