During a 1967 NHL expansion, the Dallas Stars were born as the Minnesota North Stars. Running into financial struggles in the 1970s, the Minnesota North Stars were permitted to merge with another struggling franchise, the Cleveland Barons, for the 1978-79 season. The franchise ultimately decided to relocate to Dallas, officially becoming the Dallas Stars in 1993. The team now carries several Division titles, two Western Conference Championships, and one Stanley Cup (1999). The Stars were the first team based in a subtropical location to bring home the Cup.
In 2001, the $420 million American Airlines Center opened to become home to the Stars and the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. The building features a classic aesthetic of broad, brick facades and smooth arches in the heart of Victory Park, an area designed to be developed as a revitalizing force in the city of Dallas. With multiple awards and nods as one of the best venues in American sports, “The Hangar” is a huge draw for Dallas locals, fans, and touring visitors alike! Get your Dallas Stars tickets now to plan your visit to the Stars’ home rink. Want great seats for the whole family at unbeatable prices? We thought so -- visit Best Available Tickets now for your Stars tickets!