CEDAR PARK — Six months ago, the Texas Stars were the best team in the AHL with the game on the line and turned overtime excellence into a Calder Cup Championship. So far, the championship defense hasn’t gone so well in do-or-die situations. Texas dropped its seventh straight game – a franchise record for futility […]

The Texas Stars are getting healthier and the lineup is going to reflect that this evening against the Oklahoma City Barons. Kevin Henderson and Jussi Rynnas will play their first game since fighting the flu, while Curtis McKenzie will be back in the lineup after spending extended time in Dallas. Brett Ritchie is still out […]

CEDAR PARK — Facial hair is a common occurrence in the Texas Stars locker room as a handful of players typically sport beards or mustaches throughout the season. In November, however, that facial hair has some added meaning; several players have grown out their facial hair as part of the Movember movement to raise awareness […]

Taylor Peters and Maxime Lagace are headed to the ECHL. The Texas Stars assigned Taylor Peters to the Idaho Steelheads, while Maxime Lagace has been assigned to the Missouri Mavericks. The Peters move is an interesting one. Peters appeared in 70 games his rookie season and seemingly fell out of favor with Stars coach Derek […]

Jussi Rynnas is expected to make his return to the lineup when the Texas Stars play three games in four nights wrapped around Thanksgiving. “It’s nice to be back in practice and it’ll be nice to be back in the game,” Rynnas, who was fighting the flu, said after practice Tuesday. “I’m here for playing […]

Curtis McKenzie has been sent back to the Texas Stars. He should be in the lineup on Wednesday against the Oklahoma City Barons. Here is the official release: CEDAR PARK, Texas – The Texas Stars, American Hockey League affiliate of the NHL’s Dallas Stars, announced today forward Curtis McKenzie has been reassigned to the team […]

Here is the official release: SAN ANTONIO, Texas – 32 saves by San Antonio Rampage goaltender Dan Ellis was the difference on Sunday evening in a 3-0 loss for the Texas Stars at AT&T Center in front of 4,375 in attendance. It was the first shutout loss for the Stars (6-6-4-0) this season as the […]

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