Dallas Stars Betting Stats

Dallas Stars Betting Stats
Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars are, as of 2022, the only Texan NHL team. Originally from Minnesota, Dallas flourished into a perennial Stanley Cup contender after relocating. As the Stars, the team has been to two Stanley Cup Finals, winning one. Mike Modano has been synonymous with the franchise as the Dallas Stars’ team stats leader.

The Stars are rarely ever a bad hockey team. Even in the years, the team did not make the playoffs, they remained a decent team to bet on. Hence, the NHL odds may be all over the place when lining the Stars, though a full-on rebuild could push them as underdogs.

General Information

Western

Central

Dallas, Texas

American Airlines Center

Championships

  • Stanley Cup
  • 3x Conference Championships
  • 8x Division Championships
  • 2x Presidents’ Trophy
  • Art Ross Trophy
  • Conn Smythe Trophy
  • 3x Frank J. Selke Trophy

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Dallas Stars Stats & History

As the Minnesota North Stars, the franchise survived financial difficulties in the mid-70s to merge with the Cleveland Barons (formerly the California Golden Seals). The team would be blessed by several star players like Bobby Smith, Neal Broten, and Dino Ciccarelli. At their peak, the North Stars made two Stanley Cup Final appearances, though they would lose to a pair of dynasties.

Despite their Stanley Cup Final run, the franchise was still financially unstable. Then-owner Norman Green relocated the team to Dallas at the start of the 1993-94 season. The team, led by star player Modano, found success right away making constant playoff appearances. Tom Hicks would take over the franchise as owner in 1995.

In the subsequent season, Ken Hitchcock came aboard as coach and helped turn the Stars from a playoff contender to a Stanley Cup contender. In 1997, the team acquired star goaltender Ed Belfour and the following season, superstar scorer Brett Hull. They would be the final pieces of a championship team as Dallas won the 1999 Stanley Cup Final.

The team would return to the Final in 2000, though it would lose to the Devils. Dallas would remain formidable for the next seasons up until 2007-08. The Stars gradually declined, which lead to Modano’s exodus. And in 2011, the franchise switched ownerships again. Tom Gagliardi purchased the team.

Under Gagliardi, the Stars slowly returned to prominence. The team acquired young stars like Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin and prolific defensemen like Miro Heiskanen. They would peak with a return to the Stanley Cup Final in 2020 though in a losing effort against Tampa Bay.

Dallas would continue developing young talent like Jason Robertson and Jake Oettinger. The former has been the Stars’ team stats leader. Whether the team tries to rebuild or retool for another run, the Stars will be in the mix.

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