FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Longtime Dallas Stars executive Jim Lites is moving from his role as CEO to chairman. The move will lessen his day-to-day duties with the NHL team. The Stars say Brad Alberts, their president since March 2018, will remain in that role while adding the CEO title and responsibilities as well. Lites had two previous stints with the Stars since 1993 before returning in 2011 as president and CEO after Tom Gaglardi bought the team. Lites was also the team president when the Stars won the Stanley Cup in 1999 and went back in the championship series the following season.
DALLAS (AP) — Ben Bishop hasn’t had a lot of room for error when he shuts out opponents this season. Bishop made 28 saves for his 28th career shutout, John Klingberg scored a second-period goal […]
DALLAS (AP) — Stars coach Jim Montgomery had the right answer for Florida’s top-10 offense on Tuesday night. Montgomery countered the Panthers’ firepower with some of his own, reuniting Dallas’ three top scorers on the […]
By STEPHEN HAWKINS DALLAS (AP) — Jamie Benn scored his second goal just more than two minutes into overtime and the Dallas Stars beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2. Steven Stamkos had both goals for […]