Dallas Stars Saint Paul Tickets
The Dallas Stars have managed to post only two losing seasons in their entire twenty odd years of history. They have made sure that their performances remain consistent on the ice and that their squad maintains stability no matter what happens. This positive attitude has translated itself into two conference championships, two Presidents Trophies, seven division titles and one Stanley Cup, which came in the 1999 season. Now they are preparing to face the Minnesota Wild soon and you can be part of this thrilling encounter as well. Just get your Dallas Stars Saint Paul tickets and enjoy the game, live at the Xcel Energy Center.
The Dallas Stars are among the youngest teams in the NHL today and have enjoyed a great run of form ever since they were created over twenty years ago. They have been one of the most consistent performers in the league over the last few years and have posted losing season records only twice in their entire history.
The Stars are Coming Out
The Stars were formed in 1967 and after a merger between the Minnesota North Stars and the Cleveland Barons in 1978, the franchise moved to its current location in 1993. That relocation turned out to be very beneficial for the Stars as they managed to post a winning season in their very first year.
Over the next few years, the franchise would continue with its positive results, and won its first major title, a division championship, in only the fourth year. They repeated the feat five more times over the next six years, and won several other championships along the way as well.
Rise to the Top
The Stars continued their dominating run, and in 1999, managed to win their first and only Stanley Cup. They now have a total of two conference championships, two President’s Trophies, seven division titles and one Stanley Cup to show for their efforts over the years.
Now the franchise is busy preparing for their upcoming game and you can be part of this experience too. Just get your Dallas Stars Saint Paul tickets and enjoy the fixture, live at the Xcel Energy Center.