Tyler Seguin started Seguin's Stars in 2013 in honor of his friend Derrek Moseychuk. Over time, Seguin's Stars has evolved and Seguin has extended his reach to Boys and Girls Club of Dallas, as well as Big Brothers Big Sisters and After School All Stars. Tyler donates a suite to select home games and alternates between each group. After each game, Tyler will meet with the children - many of which attending their first hockey game.
During the 2016-17 season Seguin donated a multi-purpose ball hockey court to Boys and Girls Club of Collin County. The court is valued at over $70,000 and is a neighborhood favorite.
To learn more about the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County, please click here.
Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn has been an ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society since 2013. Benn's Beauties began in honor of a close family friend who lives with the disease. Benn supports everything from monetary donations, game tickets and event appearances to help raise awareness.
To learn more about the MS Society, please click here.
If you have a child or know a child age 0-18 with cancer or a life-threatening illness - i.e., a progressive, degenerative, or malignant condition that may jeopardize the child's life, Dallas Stars defenseman John Klingberg would like you to apply to be a part of Klinger's Kids!
Twice a month, Klingberg will sit down with a committee and select recipients for designated games. Recipients will be invited to watch a Dallas Stars Home Game and receive a gift from Klingberg. They will then receive four tickets to attend the game that night. Please note this experience is just for the child and his or her immediate family.
Once you complete the registration process, you will receive confirmation that we have received your nomination. Please allow four (4) weeks for a response as the committee will only meet twice a month.