The average ticket prices for regular season Dallas Stars games has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons. The highest average ticket price for the Dallas Stars was $65 during the 2012-2013 season, while the lowest was $50 during the 2014-2015 season. The current average price for Dallas Stars tickets is at $54.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Stars Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Dallas Stars schedule is set and the defending Central Division champions are hoping to keep the momentum of last season going. The Stars finished first in both the Central Division and Western Conference. Dallas made it through the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, defeating the Minnesota Wild in a 4-2 series, however they were eliminated from the playoffs after losing to the St. Louis Blues in the second round. The Stars are looking to surpass their success of last season in the 2016-2017 season. They have acquired Dan Hamhuis and Andrew Bodnarchuk in free agency, while losing Colton Sceviour and Jason Demers both to the Florida Panthers. TicketCity is the place to go for Dallas Stars tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Stars at American Airlines Center, or supporting Dallas on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Dallas Stars tickets, including home and away games.
Dallas Stars Hockey at American Airlines Center Address: 2500 Victory Ave, Dallas, Texas, 75219
The Stars play all their home games at the American Airlines Center, located in Dallas, Texas. When filled to capacity, 19,000 fans can be heard cheering on the Stars. The state-of-the-art facility is also home to the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. The American Airlines Center hosts the top entertainment acts throughout the year. The Dallas Stars home bench is on the American Airlines Center rink side in front of section 119. American Airlines Center parking information is covered in our Stars event guide.
Stars vs. Red Wings
A poll on a Stars fan site held a few years ago asked them who the #1 rival was, and Red Wings was a resounding winner. The Red Wings fans are looked at in disdain whenever Detroit plays in the American Airlines Center. Many Stars have gone on to become Red Wings, as that has also left a sour taste in the fans mouths. This is always a good match up whether in Dallas or “Hockeytown.”
Stars vs. Sharks
Many battles back and forth in this rivalry over the last 15 years have cemented it as one of the best in the NHL. The back and forth over the Pacific Division championship through the years has given this rivalry some legs, including a few playoff matchups.
Dallas Stars in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
An expansion team in 1993, the Dallas Stars have certainly shined their light on the NHL since their arrival. The Stars are owners of the NHL’s highest achievements, winning the Stanley Cup in 1999 and multiple Western Conference Championships. 12 playoff appearance aren’t too shabby as well.
2015 Dallas Stars Season Preview
Despite improving both their points and wins total, the Dallas Stars fell short of a 2nd straight playoff berth last season. The Stars were once again one of the premier scoring teams, with superstar forward Jamie Benn leading the NHL in overall points. But Dallas struggle defensively, giving up one of the leagues points against, and netminder Kari Lehtonen had a forgettable season. The 2015 Dallas Stars hopes will rest on improvement on defense. To help bolster that defensive line, the Stars brought in one of the best free agents this summer in Johnny Oduya. Dallas also picked up Patrick Sharp to add to what could once again be the best scoring attack in the NHL. Coming into 2015, the Dallas Stars ability to score goals is pretty much a given. If the Stars can find improved goaltending, they may be contenders for the Stanley Cup.
2014 Dallas Stars Season Preview
The Dallas Stars had a breakthrough year in 2013. The young Stars were one of the surprise teams in the NHL Western Conference, compiling a 40-31 record and finishing in the 8th and final playoff spot in the West. The Dallas Stars trip to the NHL playoffs was the first for the team since 2008 and shows the fruits of the team’s multiple year rebuilding effort. This success has the Dallas Stars booming with confidence coming into the 2014-15 NHL season. Young team leader Jamie Benn returns and only promises to continue to evolve into one of the top players in the Western Conference. He will have plenty of help from Tyler Seguin and the addition of Jason Spezza has the Dallas Stars primed to be an offensive juggernaut in the Central Division. In a tough Western Conference the Stars look to be on the rise and should be a strong contender to make the playoffs for a second straight year.
2013 Dallas Stars Season Preview
The Dallas Stars are trying to rebuild once again, as they missed the playoffs in 2013 and traded off some big veterans in the process in an attempt to get younger and more robust for the next few years. Lindy Ruff is now in charge of the team after spending 15 years as manager of the Buffalo Sabres, and new general manager Jim Nill has brought in a litany of new players to compete for positions on the lines. Sergei Gonchar, Rich Peverly, Shawn Horcoff, Chris Mueller and Dan Ellis have come into the Stars organization, while Loui Eriksson was the biggest offseason departure. The Stars will be at home for much of the month of January, and will need to excel at the American Airlines Center if they want to make the Western Conference playoffs this season. On January 2nd, the Canadiens come into Dallas, followed quickly two days later by the Red Wings. Also on the menu for January are the Islanders, Bruins, Wild, Maple Leafs, Penguins and Avalanche.
2011 Dallas Stars Season Preview
Last season’s fantastic start, which saw the Stars sit atop the Western Conference standing for a little while, spun out of control toward the end. They lost out on the last playoff spot to the Blackhwaks, as well as their franchise center Brad Richards to free agency. However, General Manager Joe Nieuwendyk didn’t sit on his hands during the offseason, and his hoping these moves translate into a consistently excellent 2011-12 season. It may be tough to lose your star center, but Nieuwendyk’s hoping former Bruin Michael Ryder will continue to score the way he did in last year’s Stanley Cup chase, where he contributed 17 points in the 25 games it took Boston to win the Cup. Ryder also has a history with Dallas’ Mike Ribiero, and their years in Montreal resulted in season highs in scoring and points for both. The team also brought in Adam Pardy, Radek Dvorak, Jake Dowell and Vernon Fidder for depth’s sake because of the loss of so many players in the offseason. Defensively, the blue line will rely on the 34-year-old legs of Stephane Robidas, who will continue to log big minutes for the Stars. However, if they are to make the same type of push similar to the first 2/3rds of 2010-11, then Trevor Daley and Alex Goligoski will need to step up on power plays to help Robidas and spread the TOI to fresher legs.
2010 Dallas Stars Season Preview
The Dallas Stars are in the middle of a transition process, and as such finished well out of a playoff spot last season. Stalwarts of the franchise, such as Mike Modano and Sergei Zubov, have moved to other teams, and Dallas will likely miss out on the postseason again as they look to climb their way back to the level of prominence they occupied earlier this decade. The Stars' offense will be led by last year's leading scorer Brad Richards. The standout center amassed 91 points with an impressive 67 assists, and while it will help having him run the scoring attack, he will not have much in the way of offensive help. Although Loui Eriksson has potential on the left wing, and James Neal may be a reliable option, they may not have a potent enough line up to compete with a strong Western Conference. Defensively, the Stars have a number of question marks, most notably in goal. The departure of Marty Turco to the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks is a big hit, and it will be difficult to find a solid replacement. Kari Lehtonen appears to have the starting job, but he is injury prone and they have little depth at the position.
2009 Dallas Stars Season Preview
The Dallas Stars have new stuff on their mind as they head into the 2009-2010 NHL season. The Stars opened up a new minor league franchise in Cedar Park, Texas - the Texas Stars in 2009. Dallas also hopes to improve upon their record last year and grab one of the Western Conference playoff spots in 2010. Stars Head Coach Marc Crawford and captain Brenden Morrow are going to be pushing Dallas to make sure they do achieve their goals this year.
Dallas Stars - 11/30/2016
The Dallas Stars are currently 9-9-6 and are in the lower half of their division, leaving them in fifth place in the Central Division.