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4.5

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perfect

American Airlines Center - Dallas

we got to the game later than normal so we missed warm ups and i was kinda bummed but jamie benns goal in the first period made me forget all about it, the energy in the aac is always crazy however you could still hear the guys yelling directions on the ice which was cool. i always have a blast watching the stars but the live raw version is so so much better than anything on tv i would 100% a stars game to anyone even if you dont like sports hockey and the stars will change your mind atleast it did for me

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Love Our Stars!

American Airlines Center - Dallas

I love the Dallas Stars and the arena. There is not a bad seat in the house. I do not enjoy the music this season. Entertainment was better in the past.

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Always exciting win or lose.

American Airlines Center - Dallas

It’s always an amazing time at a Dallas Stars game. The experience is phenomenal with pre-game rituals. The fans are really into the games and when they score it’s the most craziest experience. That only I have it’s the process in getting the arena which seems to have longer lines then a football stadium. The workers at the gate seem to take their time. There is needs to be a better process then on person at a door which could take for ever during a weekly game when everyone is coming out of work. I missed the first 3 minutes of the game because of this slow process.

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Shinning Stars!

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Going to a Dallas Stars game is entertaining and action packed fun. Whether they win or lose, it is always a great time.

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First Game Ever!

American Airlines Center - Dallas

It was my first hockey game that I’ve ever seen or been to! I loved it! Dallas Stars you have a new fan!

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Great game at autmosphere

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Loved everything about the game. Great venue, fun team to watch.

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A great place

American Airlines Center - Dallas

I love this arena(center). The view from anywhere is great except maybe the high up seats. It is clean and the concourse is wide and has a variety of things. Only thing is that it is cold for the hockey game, bundle up.

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Great Time at the AA Center

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Thoroughly enjoyed the game, liked the seats, and the process of securing mobile entry tickets and a parking pass through Ticketmaster was painless. Thanks!

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Great game day experience

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Mobile ticket access was a breeze. AAC was well staffed and building had great energy. Go Stars.

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Dinner and a Game

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Dinner at the Lexus Club was great as always ( reservations a must) the game was good the stars won thats always a good thing

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Dallas Stars at the American Airlines Center

With a new head coach and a crop of rising talent, the Dallas Stars resume their march toward the NHL Playoffs amid their Victory Green-clad faithful in the American Airlines Center. The venue, the Stars' home since the 2001-02 season, has earned wide praise from the league for "Best Fan Experience." Their electrifying play has for years thrilled sellout and near-sellout crowds, who have made it a tradition to yell "Stars" when the word comes up in the verses of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Dallas Stars 2018-19 Season

The Stars look to bounce back from a tough 2017-18 and qualify for the Playoffs, led by Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and Alexander Radulov.

New coach Jim Montgomery will be at the helm, one year removed from leading the University of Denver to the NCAA championship. He'll handle a roster deeper in scoring and brimming with talented young defensemen. Also, Russian Valeri Nichushkin will return to the Stars, who have added Blake Comeau, Roman Polak, and Anton Khudobin via free agency.

The season kicks off at home on Oct. 4 with a game against the Arizona Coyotes as the Stars aim to return to their 2015-16 form. That year, they boasted the best record in the Western Conference.

Dallas Stars History

The franchise began play in 1967 as the Minnesota North Stars, earning two trips to the Stanley Cup® Finals (losing to the New York Islanders in 1980-81 and the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1990-91) before relocating to Dallas after the 1992-93 season and dropping "North" from their name.

The team immediately brought a winning tradition to Dallas, making the Playoffs four of its first five seasons. Then came the back-to-back seasons The Big D will remember forever. In 1998-99, sparked by center Mike Modano (the franchise's all-time leading scorer), off-season addition Brett Hull, and goaltender Ed Belfour, the Stars swept through the Playoffs to defeat the Buffalo Sabres for a Stanley Cup® Championship. Memorably, the clinching Game 6 victory came on Hull's controversial goal in overtime. The following season, the Stars again made the Stanley Cup® Finals, only to lose to the New Jersey Devils in six games, the final defeat on a double-overtime goal.

The Stars vaulted into the Playoffs in six of the seven ensuing seasons, making it only as far as the conference finals. The team's last appearance in the Playoffs came in 2015-16.

In 2017, right-winger Jere Lehtinen, who spent his entire NHL career in Dallas, became the fifth Stars player to have his number retired, joining Modano, Bill Masterton, Bill Goldsworthy, and Neal Broten.