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Entering the 2013 NHL season, the Dallas Stars look better than ever and will look to bounce back from last season by advancing to the playoffs for the first time since 2007-08. Last season Michael Ryder led the team in goals (33) and Loui Eriksson led in points (68). Despite a tremendous effort by several players, the Stars failed to qualify for the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. The organization clearly took notice and became one of the most aggressive teams entering the offseason. The Stars would sign playmaker Ray Whitney and veteran Jaromir Jagr in one of the best moves in the free-agent market this offseason. They also traded for Buffalo’s center Derek Roy, a huge improvement from Steve Ott (now a Sabre). The Stars have also managed to retain some talent too; captain Brendan Morrow, Michael Ryder, and one of the best wingers in the NHL Loui Eriksson will all be returning for the 2013 NHL season. And then there’s center Jamie Benn, who is quickly becoming Dallas’ next superstar and a vital part of the team’s success. The Dallas Stars have all the pieces there to make the 2013 NHL season a highly successful one and you’re not going to want to miss it. Make sure you don’t by getting your tickets from your guy at Gold Coast Tickets today! The Dallas Stars represent the city of Dallas, Texas in the NHL and is a member of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The Stars were founded during the 1967 NHL expansion that saw the league double from the Original Six to 12 teams. The Stars started off as the Minnesota North Stars but before the 1993-94 NHL season they relocated to Dallas. Since then, the Stars have won 7 division titles, 2 Presidents’ Trophies, the Western Conference championship twice, and the Stanley Cup in 1998-99. Some of the greatest players to ever play in Dallas include Brett Hull, Ed Belfour and Joe Nieuwendyk, all Hall of Famers. Since 2001, the Stars have played their home games at the American Airlines Center, which is located near downtown Dallas. The Stars’ most chief rivalsare the Anaheim Ducks and the L.A. Kings. For more information on the Dallas Stars and their 2013 NHL season, visit their website at: http://stars.nhl.com/index.html