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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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.
2018 Dallas Stars Season Preview
Maybe the most positive thing that Stars fans can take from the Ben Bishop signing is the former Tampa Bay Lightning goalie choose Dallas because he felt (his words, not ours) that this Dallas team is capable of winning the Cup, and at 31 years of age, now is the time for Bishop.Bishop has knotted an impressive 148-80-25 record in 270 games that has taken him through Tampa Bay, Los Angeles, St. Louis and Ottawa. He ended 2015-16 second for top goalie considerations and went 21-3 in the playoffs with the Lightning. GM Jim Nill acquired a couple players over the summer who no doubt validated Bishop's cup contention prognostication. Martin Hanzal and Alexander Radulov are in, and Hanzal specifically is slated to play alongside Jason Speeza on the second line. Speeza as we all remember is a former number 2 pick and has struggled somewhat. His average power-play time has declined over the last couple seasons but it would be somewhat absurd to demote a player earning $7.5 million this year. Odds are we will hear trade rumors at some point. The 2017-2018 Dallas Stars schedule is set and 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 - 1/19/2017
The Stars have only won the last three out of seven games and are currently 19-19-8 overall, putting them at 5th in the Central Division.
Dallas Stars - 12/14/2016
The Dallas Stars have won three out of their last seven games and are currently 5th in the Central Division with a 12-13-6 overall record.
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.