My name is Trevor, and I've been a hockey fanatic since the Stars first made their run to the cup in '99. I jumped on the bandwagon that season, and I've been riding it ever since. Although I grew up in Dallas, I currently reside in Knoxville. Just because I live so far away though, doesn't mean I've given up my obsession with the sport. In fact, my wife and friends can probably attest to the fact that it's only gotten worse each year.
Besides my hockey life, I'm a tax accountant that specializes in work with non-profit organizations. In other words, statistics and numbers dominate every single aspect of my life.
Join us as we cheer on the Stars. A win tonight puts them back into 8th, and all the pressure goes to Detroit.
While the fans have time to sit back and enjoy the win from last night, the Stars team have to gear up for the next game.
When Brenden Dillion first signed with the Dallas Stars, not many fans were excited about the move. Now, though, he may be one of the better undrafted pickups in years.
Aside from the group seating we already have, we plan on meeting everyone before the game begins. Won't you join us?
After playing (and losing) the the NHL's best team, one can't help but wonder what is in store for the future of this franchise as things continue to improve.
We'll be shipping up to Boston tonight to join and support our friends while we root on the Dallas Stars at Stanley Cup of Chowder.
The Dallas Stars hope for Bachman to continue his winning ways, as Kari is not 100% ready to get back in the net.
With a tough battle against Chicago tonight, can the Stars earn at least a point to stay on top of the pack?
The Stars are now back in control of their own destiny for the playoffs. Can fans begin to dream of what playoffs might look like?
With time running out on the shortened season, losing to the Kings did the Stars absolutely zero favors.
The Dallas Stars look to take another step forward in the playoff race this evening. Join us as we watch them face off against the Kings.
Tonight, the Stars look to begin a new streak of 17 straight wins at home when playing the Wild. Come chat with us as we cheer them on.
After holding his own for 30 games at the NHL level, Brenden Dillon is getting recognition from the national media. But does he have a shot at the Calder trophy?
Another game, another night of ups and downs for the Stars. The only thing fans can count on at this point is that they will be surprised every time they watch.
The web has reactions on the blockbuster trade of Brenden Morrow. So, in the eyes of national media, did the Stars win this trade?
With time running out on a shortened season, the Stars need a strong homestand to get back on top of the race. Last night's win was the perfect start.
After four frustrating seasons with no playoffs, should the Stars shoot for the postseason if the homestand goes well?
If I had told you the Stars would win on the second night of a back to back against the defending Stanley Cup champions, and shut them out in their own building after losing to the worst team in the conference... would you have believed me?
Jaromir Jagr wants the Stars to play every game like it's a playoff game -- join us as we watch to see if that begins tonight.
Another roller coaster ride of a game and another loss. These ups and downs are starting to take their toll.
Since being drafted in the summer of 2010, Jack Campbell has slowly been developing into what the Stars hope will be the future of the franchise. For the first time this week, he gets to see what things are like in the NHL.
After a disturbing loss to the Chicago Blackhawks, Glen Gulutzan wants to remain focused on the task at hand, rather than his own job.
Despite the turmoil of the current season, the Stars are seeing the promise of the future that lies ahead.
Despite the number of odd callas in the game, the Stars refuse to accept that as an excuse for why they lost.
Razor Reaugh lays some knowledge on us as he figures out the best way to improve the Stars' record at the American Airlines Center
With a four game home stand, the Dallas Stars have the chance to string some wins together, and increase their chances at the playoffs.
At the halfway point of the season, a seventh of the league is currently injured. While injuries will always be a part of the game, how many of those could have been prevented?