In Case You Missed It: Dallas Stars’ Latest Updates

The Dallas Stars’ offseason has arguably been paying off so far. The Stars seem to have a blueprint for a successful offseason. Here are the top three things that you might’ve missed.

Dallas Stars’ 2024 Preseason Schedule
On Thursday, the Dallas Stars announced their 2024 preseason schedule. The Stars will play six preseason games, including three at the American Airlines Center. Dallas will open its exhibition slate with a home game against the St. Louis Blues on Saturday, September 21.

The Stars will hold their training camp from September 18 to 21 at Comerica Center on 2601 Avenue of the Stars, Frisco, Texas, 75034. A complete schedule for the training camp will be released at a later date.

All the Dallas Stars home preseason games will go on sale to the general public later. Dallas Stars Victory Club Members, Dallas Stars Insiders, and fans who download or currently have the Official Dallas Stars App will receive a presale to purchase tickets before the general public. Victory Club Memberships and Half Memberships are available now. Fill out an interest form to get more information. To become a Dallas Stars Insider and get access to ticket presales, click here. Fans can download the app in the App Store or Google Play store. Fans must turn on push notifications to take advantage of the app presale.

The Stars’ 2024 offseason can be found below. All times CT.

Former Dallas Stars Forward Andrew Cogliano Announces Retirement
As the header says, former Dallas Stars forward Andrew Cogliano announced his retirement on Friday, June 21. Cogliano, 37, played in 1,294 regular-season games and 17 seasons in the NHL for the Edmonton Oilers, Anaheim Ducks, Dallas Stars, San Jose Sharks, and Colorado Avalanche. The 37-year-old will join the Colorado Avalanche’s front office, where he’ll help in player development and professional and amateur scouting while helping their AHL affiliate, the Colorado Eagles.

Cogliano finished his NHL career with 464 points (190 goals and 274 assists) in those 1,294 regular-season games with the Oilers, Ducks, Stars, Sharks, and Avalanche. He also recorded 40 points (13 goals and 27 assists) in 131 postseason games and won the 2022 Stanley Cup with the Avalanche.

Cogliano told NHL.com, “The game of hockey has given me and my family so much and I am grateful for every moment … I am blessed to have played for so long with some great organizations and amazing teammates. I will miss being with the guys in the dressing room and battling for each other on the ice every night but it’s time to move on. Thank you to everyone I ever played with, played for, and all the great fans for all of their support. I am excited to start my new chapter in the front office.”

Dallas Stars’ Reported Interest in Vegas Golden Knights Forward
As of Friday, June 21, the Dallas Stars are reportedly interested in Vegas Golden Knights forward William Carrier, a pending unrestricted free agent (UFA). The Stars’ reported interest in Carrier came just a day after the team traded forward Ty Dellandrea to the San Jose Sharks. Carrier, 29, spent the last seven seasons in Las Vegas, Nevada, with whom he recorded 99 points (53 goals and 46 assists) in 372 games.

Elliotte Friedman recently appeared on The Jeff Marek Show and said, “One guy I kind of heard who could be on Dallas’ radar, and I think could be a great fit for them and also would push him (the now-traded Ty Dellandrea) out of the lineup, is William Carrier.”

Carrier, a 2023 Stanley Cup champion, has been a speed threat in the Golden Knights’ bottom six. Carrier’s aggressiveness on the forecheck, defensive responsibilities, and penalty kill capabilities have contributed to the Golden Knights’ success.

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Ana Kieu

Ana Kieu is a journalist by trade. Her love for sports shows in her writing, editing, and podcasting work. She writes about the NHL for Inside The Rink.

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