Let’s bring the Texas Stars mailbag back from summer vacation. And what perfect timing: Now that's just downright beautiful if you ask us… pic.twitter.com/EQpjDD6eq6 — Texas Stars Hockey (@TexasStars) August 27, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js For those new to the mailbag, this is an opportunity to field questions about players, prospects, teams, the American Hockey League, and […]

The American Hockey League unveiled the 2015 schedule Thursday and, as expected, the Texas Stars are going to get a heavy douse of the league’s new California teams. Click here for a PDF of the full schedule: Texas Stars 2015-16 Schedule Texas will play each of the new California teams six teams and, with the […]

The American Hockey League plans to unveil the 2015-16 schedule sometime this month — potentially as soon as Aug. 26 — but, the league and the Professional Hockey Players Association still haven’t finalized a collective bargaining agreement. According to Maxime Fortunus, a PHPA player representative, the discussions have “been really good and cordial.” But, “both […]

From the start of free agency, Texas Stars general manager Scott White was going to let the market play out. He was happy with the team he had in early July. And even a week ago, he wasn’t looking to add any free agents. But, with a couple AHL veterans still on the market, White […]

The Dallas Stars will hold training camp at the Cedar Park Center from Sept. 18 through 22, the club officially announced today. Training camp will be open to the public and will feature a green vs. white intrasquad scrimmage.  Here is the official release:  CEDAR PARK, Texas – The Dallas Stars and Cedar Park Center […]

Here is the official release: CEDAR PARK, Texas – The Texas Stars, American Hockey League affiliate of the NHL’s Dallas Stars, announced today their 2015-16 preseason game schedule. The Stars will host the in-state rival San Antonio Rampage in a pair of exhibition games on Friday, Oct. 2, and Sunday, Oct. 4, at Cedar Park […]

The American Hockey League’s new schedule and playoff format is bizarre. And AHL president and CEO Dave Andrews is more than willing to admit it. When five teams play less games than the rest of the league, it’s a bit of a head scratcher. “It looks strange, to say the least,” Andrews said in a […]


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