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'They both really deserve this': Stars greats finally get call to Hall

While it took Zubov and Carbonneau years to get in, it may have been because they both did things in quiet ways

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

Two of the most unique, erudite players on the 1999 Stanley Cup-winning Dallas Stars were named to the Hockey Hall of Fame Tuesday.

And while it took both quite a long time to get in, it may have been because they both did things in quiet ways.

The Hall named both Sergei Zubov and Guy Carbonneau to the Class of 2019, ending a wait of six years for Zubov and 16 for Carbonneau. They will be joined by Hayley Wickenheiser and Vaclav Nedomansky in the player's class and also will join 1999 team members already in the Hall: Mike Modano, Ed Belfour, Joe Nieuwendyk and Brett Hull.

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Stars announce qualifying offers to six players

The club retains the negotiating rights for six of its 10 restricted free agents

by Press Release @DallasStars / Dallas Stars Communications

FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the club has issued qualifying offers for the following players, this retaining their negotiating rights:

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Zubov, Carbonneau elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

The 2019 Induction Celebration will be held on Monday, Nov. 18 at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto

by Press Release @DallasStars / Dallas Stars Communications

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Hockey Hall of Fame announced today that former Dallas Stars defenseman Sergei Zubov and forward Guy Carbonneau have been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The 2019 Induction Celebration will be held on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019 at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.

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Stars announce 2019-20 regular season schedule

Dallas opens the new campaign against Boston on Thursday, Oct. 3 at American Airlines Center

by Press Release @DallasStars / Dallas Stars Communications

FRISCO, Texas -- The Dallas Stars will open the 2019-20 National Hockey League regular season at home on Thursday, Oct. 3 against the Boston Bruins. Dallas will then embark on a three-game road trip to begin the club's road portion of the schedule, beginning with a contest against the defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues on Saturday, Oct. 5 at Enterprise Center.

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Hartman could bring youth, upside to Stars after trade

The pending restricted free agent provides more speed for Dallas, which acquired his rights from Philadelphia

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

The Stars on Monday acquired the rights to winger Ryan Hartman from the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for winger Tyler Pitlick.

Hartman, 24, is a pending restricted free agent with a qualifying offer of $918,750, while Pitlick has one year remaining on his contract at $1 million. Hartman also is arbitration eligible.

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Stars acquire right wing Ryan Hartman from Flyers

Dallas sends center Tyler Pitlick to Philadelphia in exchange for the 24-year-old

by Press Release @DallasStars / Dallas Stars Communications

FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the club has acquired right wing Ryan Hartman via trade with Philadelphia in exchange for center Tyler Pitlick .

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Small haul, but Stars 'happy' with picks to end Draft

Dallas adds long-term assets on Day 2 that should mix well with its previous acquisitions

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Stars had a quiet day Saturday at the NHL Entry Draft. Yet, they got done what they wanted to do.

Left with just three picks in six rounds because of previous trades, Dallas collected two more defensemen and a winger, and selected the players they said they wanted.

"We're happy," said Stars general manager Jim Nill. "We knew we didn't have a lot of picks going in, but we thought the scouts did a great job with what we had. We love our first-round pick, and I thought who we picked from the fourth round down, we did a good job."

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Get to know Stars' selections at 2019 NHL Draft

Learn more about the four picks that make up Dallas' newest crop of prospects

by Press Release @DallasStars / Dallas Stars Communications

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill and Director of Amateur Scouting Joe McDonnell concluded the 2019 NHL Draft held at Rogers Arena by selecting three players on Saturday.

Below is a review of all four of the selections from the two-day draft.

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Nill says Zuccarello will explore free-agent market

The Stars GM says while discussions continue, the winger's decision allows both sides to 'see what else is out there'

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The free-agent dance between the Stars and Mats Zuccarello will continue past July 1, Dallas general manager Jim Nill said Friday, with both sides potentially studying new partners.

Nill has had several discussions with the camp for the 31-year-old winger, who was acquired in trade from the New York Rangers on Feb. 24

"We've talked a little bit with his agent, but he wants to test the free-agent market and he's got that right," Nill said Friday at the NHL Draft. "So they going to look into the market and see what else is out there and then we will swing back and see where he's at.

"We've got an interview period that starts Sunday, so we'll start talking to other people and he'll do the same thing and we'll see where things go."

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Steady, 'smart' Harley an easy choice for Stars in first round

The young defenseman gives Dallas the kind of depth that is needed to build a strong organization

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Thomas Harley was put in a tough spot last season, but it turned out to be a good spot.

The 17-year-old defenseman was asked to step up and play the top minutes for Mississauga, a difficult task which forced the 6-foot-3, 193-pounder to take his game to the next level. That helped the Steelheads to a spot in the playoffs and helped Harley to a spot in the first round of the NHL Draft.

The left-handed defenseman was taken 18th by the Stars on Friday in Vancouver.

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