Dallas Stars Announce 2024-25 Regular Season Schedule

On Tuesday, the Dallas Stars announced their 2024-25 regular season schedule, which opens Thursday, October 10 against the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena. The Stars will hold their home opener at American Airlines Center on Saturday, October 12 versus the New York Islanders in the first game of a three-game homestand. Here’s the Stars’ schedule in calendar form and list form.

The Stars and the defending Stanley Cup Champion Florida Panthers will face off in two regular-season games at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland on Friday, November 1, and Saturday, November 2 as part of the 2024 NHL Global Series presented by Fastenal. The NHL’s regular season schedule will pause from February 10 to 21 when the world’s top NHL players from Canada, Finland, Sweden, and the United States gather in Montreal and Boston for the 4 Nations Face-Off, a new event featuring international tournament play that will consist of a total of seven games played over nine days from February 12 to 20, along with two designated training and practice days on February 10 and 11.

The Stars will host 30 opponents at the American Airlines Center as part of its 2024-25 home slate, featuring 13 within the Central Division, 12 against Pacific Division opponents, and 15 versus Eastern Conference foes, with most games starting at 7 p.m. Central. The Stars will have 19 home weekend dates, including six on Fridays, eight on Saturdays, and six on Sundays.

December will be a home-heavy month for the Stars, who will play nine times at the American Airlines Center, including a season-long, six-game homestand from December 8 to 20. Dallas will be on the road for eight games in January and March 2025. Dallas’ longest road trip will be five games from January 7 to 14, 2025.

The Stars’ additional highlights include a day-after-Thanksgiving game vs. Colorado on November 29, a New Year’s Eve matchup versus Buffalo on December 31, and two visits to Utah on December 2 and 23.

All Stars home games for the 2024-25 regular season will go on sale to the general public later. Dallas Stars Victory Club Members, Dallas Stars App users, and Dallas Stars Insiders will receive presales to purchase tickets before the general public. Victory Club Memberships and Half Memberships are available now. If interested, please fill out an interest form for more information. The app is available to download now on the App Store® and Google Play. To become a Dallas Stars Insider and get access to ticket presales, click here.

The Stars’ local radio and television schedules will be released later.

Stars’ Schedule Notes
Home games by day
Monday: 3
Tuesday: 6
Wednesday: 2
Thursday: 9
Friday: 7*
Saturday: 8
Sunday: 6

* “Home game” versus Florida at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland on November 1

Road games by day
Monday: 6
Tuesday: 6
Wednesday: 4
Thursday: 5
Friday: 3
Saturday: 11*
Sunday: 6

* “Road game” versus Florida at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland on November 2

Home games by month
October: 5
November: 6*
December: 9
January: 7
February: 2
March: 7
April: 5

* “Home game” versus Florida at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland on November 1

Road games by month
October: 4
November: 7*
December: 5
January: 8
February: 6
March: 8
April: 3

* “Road game” versus Florida at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland on November 2

Back-to-backs (11 sets and 22 games total)
October 12 versus New York Islanders and October 13 versus Seattle
November 1 versus Florida and November 2 at Florida (both games at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland)
December 1 versus Winnipeg and December 2 at Utah
January 11 at Montreal and January 12 at Ottawa
January 18 at Colorado and January 19 versus Detroit
January 24 versus Vegas and January 25 at St. Louis
February 7 at Los Angeles and February 8 at San Jose
February 22 at New Jersey and February 23 at New York Islanders
March 8 at Edmonton and March 9 at Vancouver
March 26 at Edmonton and March 27 at Calgary
April 5 versus Pittsburgh and April 6 at Minnesota

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