Hailing from Dallas, Texas, the Dallas Stars are a renowned professional ice hockey team that has achieved major success. The Minnesota North Stars, established in 1967 as part of the NHL's expansion program and based in Bloomington, Minnesota, now compete as a member of the Central Division within the Western Conference. In 1978–79, the NHL allowed a merger between the struggling financial teams of San Jose and Cleveland due to their respective monetary difficulties. This union would go on to become one of the most successful in hockey history. Finally, the franchise made a move to Dallas in time for their 1993-94 NHL season. After migrating to Dallas, the Stars proudly represented Reunion Arena until 2001 when they relocated a mere 1.5 miles to their new home for their home games - the American Airlines Center. Since their move to Dallas, the Stars have been a force to be reckoned with. Earning eight division titles, two President's Trophies as the NHL's top regular-season team, and three Western Conference championships - all of which culminated in 1998–99 when they secured that historic Stanley Cup victory. Joe Nieuwendyk was undeniably deserving of the Conn Smythe Trophy, as he distinguished himself as the most invaluable player throughout that year's playoffs. In 2000, Neal Broten was officially welcomed into the esteemed United States Hockey Hall of Fame in acknowledgment of his incredible achievements. In 2009, Brett Hull made history as the first Dallas Stars player to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. As time passed, his legacy was followed by fellow players Ed Belfour and Joe Nieuwendyk in 2011 and Mike Modano in 2014; out of all these legends, it is Modano who holds the title of highest-scoring franchise member. In 2010, US Hockey Hall of Fame members Derian and Kevin Hatcher earned the honor to be inducted. The franchise has fought hard for five Stanley Cup finals appearances (1981, 1991, 1999, 2000, and 2020) and won its only title in 1999! Last season, the Stars effectively dethroned the Vegas Golden Knights in five games to make their way back into Stanley Cup Finals for two decades. Ultimately, they succumbed to the Tampa Bay Lightning in a six-game series. Unfortunately, the team was absent from playoffs for the first time since 2018 in this upcoming season. The Stars concluded the season in 2021-22 as first-place wild card holders in the Western Conference and went on to battle with the Calgary Flames for a spot in round two of playoffs. The Flames emerged victorious in the decisive Game 7, outlasting them 3-2 in an overtime thriller. After the team's unfortunate defeat in the playoffs, head coach Rick Bowness solemnly announced his departure from the squad. Rivals: New Jersey Devils Ice hockey fans, rejoice! We offer the most affordable NHL tickets! Buy cheap Dallas Stars tickets and mark your calendar! We are committed to making your ticket purchase experience easy and secure, so you can focus on what matters, enjoying the event. Buy cheap ice hockey tickets for your friends and family and see the Dallas Stars play live. Act quickly before Dallas Stars tickets sell out! Let’s get started, shall we? Select an upcoming event, pick your seats, add your email address and payment information, and you’re done! Check your inbox, your tickets will be ready in a matter of minutes! So, whether you’re in the United States, the United Kingdom, or any part of the world, all purchases are 100% guaranteed with the Yadara Buyer Guarantee. All canceled events will result in a full refund. Ticket prices may be above or below face value. If you run into any problems, contact Yadara’s first-class customer service team. We are committed to providing hassle-free support, so you can focus on creating memories.