DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Stars are finally set to play their season opener. It comes more than 10 months after playing their last home game, nearly four months after losing the deciding Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final and a week after the rest of the NHL teams got back on the ice. The Stars’ first four scheduled games were postponed after 17 players tested positive for COVID-19, even though most were asymptomatic. They play Nashville at home Friday night. Dallas was supposed to play its first four games on the road, including an early Stanley Cup rematch against Tampa Bay.
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — John Klingberg scored on the Stars’ first shot, Anton Khudobin stopped all 25 the Golden Knights put on net and Dallas bea Vegas 1-0 in a hard-hitting, defensive Game 1 of […]
By STEPHEN HAWKINS, the Associated Press The Vegas Golden Knights were playing their best hockey when the NHL season came to a sudden stop 4 1/2 months ago. The Dallas Stars were struggling. Both now […]
By STEPHEN WHYNO EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The well-rested Dallas Stars took it to the banged-up Tampa Bay Lightning with the play and physicality early and goaltender Anton Khudobin closed it out with 22 third-period […]