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We are dedicated hockey fans and proud owners of the NHL’s Dallas Stars. Our team was founded during the 1967 NHL expansion as the Minnesota North Stars, based in Bloomington, Minnesota. The franchise relocated for the 1993-94 NHL season and played its first game in Dallas on October 5, 1993, at Reunion Arena. In 2001 the team moved to play at American Airlines Center, which today is considered one of the best venues in professional sports. The Dallas Stars are committed to community, and through the Dallas Stars Foundation, the players, their families, and staff work together to create unique programs that nurture and enrich the lives of those in need.
Since their arrival in 1993, the Dallas Stars have been one of the most successful sports franchises in Dallas, making sixteen postseason appearances, capturing eight division championships, two Presidents’ Trophies and winning the organization’s first Stanley Cup in the 1998-99 season. In November of 2011, the Dallas Stars joined the Northland family and ushered in a new era of Dallas Stars hockey. On June 4, 2013 at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the organization unveiled a new primary and secondary logo. Along with a new colour scheme and new uniform set as part of their sweeping rebrand, “Victory Green” was chosen as the new primary colour for the franchise along with an updated logo which embodied the storied history of the team and the next generation of Dallas Stars hockey.
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