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Dallas Stars History:
The Dallas Stars are a professional ice hockey team based in Dallas, Texas. The Stars are a part of the National Hockey League (NHL).
In 1967 the Minnesota North Stars were founded as an expansion team and they played their games adjacent to the Metropolitan Stadium at the new Metropolitan Sports Center in Bloomington, Minnesota. The North Stars had initial success but the team struggled from several financial problems and a few poor seasons during the mid-1970s.
In 1978, the Stars were purchased by the owners of the also struggling Cleveland Barons, and the NHL allowed the two teams to merge. The merged team kept the Minnesota North Stars name, but took the Barons old place in the Adams Division. The merger brought with it a number of talented players, and the North Stars were revived, making the Stanley Cup Final in 1981
By the early nineties, however, low attendance and the struggle to secure a new downtown revenue-generating arena led ownership to request permission to move the team to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1990. The NHL rejected the request, but agreed to award an expansion franchise, the San Jose Sharks, for 1991-92 to the Gund brothers, George and Gordon, in what was technically a dis-solution of the Barons-North Stars merger. The new team was also allowed to select a number of North Stars players. Just two years later, the team was still suffering from attendance woes and bitter personal controversy so new owner Norm Green was granted permission to move the team to the Reunion Arena in Dallas, where they were renamed the Stars. Norm Green later sold the team to Tom Hicks.
In 1999 the Stars won the team's first Stanley Cup. The Dallas Stars returned to the Cup Final in 2000, but lost to the New Jersey Devils. At the start of the 2001-02 season, the Stars moved to a new arena, the American Airlines Center.
Despite initial concerns about the move to Texas, the Stars have enjoyed success both on and off the ice. On top of their 1999 Cup, the Stars won two Presidents' Trophies as the team with the best overall regular-season record. The Stars have also won seven division titles and two Western Conference titles in the past nine seasons.
In the first round of the 2006 playoffs a disappointing five-game loss to the Colorado Avalanche led to some personnel movement for the Stars, although owner Tom Hicks has announced that the majority of the Stars' personnel will stay intact, including head coach Dave Tippett.
On June 30, 2006 the Stars announced they would be buying out the $6.5 million contract of underachieving right winger Bill Guerin in order to clear room under the salary cap. The Stars also lost players in the off-season through free agency, including Jason Arnott, Willie Mitchell, and Johan Hedberg. Eric Lindros, Jeff Halpern, and Matthew Barnaby were signed by the Stars and defenseman Darryl Sydor was re-acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning for a 2008 4th-round draft pick. In addition, with the recent signings of prospects Junior Lessard and Marty Sertich, the Stars now have two of the last three Hobey Baker Award winners in their system.
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