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'An amazing day!': Stars fans share favorite memories from Winter Classic

Dallas' historic victory in the New Year's Day outdoor game at Cotton Bowl Stadium was one that many will never forget

by Staff Report @DallasStars /

More than 85,000 fans packed Cotton Bowl Stadium on New Year's Day to witness Dallas hockey history.

Were you one of them?

We asked fans on Twitter to give us their favorite memories from the Stars' victory over Nashville in the 2020 NHL Winter Classic, and they didn't disappoint. Here's a collection of what they shared:

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NBCSN to re-air Stars' 2020 Winter Classic win over Predators

The historic New Year's Day outdoor game will be shown twice on Wednesday as part of Hockey Week in America

by Press Release @PR_NHL / NHL Public Relations

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Beginning March 23, NBC Sports will present Hockey Week in America on NBCSN, reliving the top NHL games and moments from the past 10-plus years, including Stanley Cup clinchers, Game 7 overtime thrillers, NHL outdoor games, Olympic hockey moments, and the best of the Sidney Crosby-Alex Ovechkin rivalry.

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When are the Stars wearing their Winter Classic jerseys again?

Dallas will break out its alternate threads for two more games during the 2019-20 regular season

by Staff Report @DallasStars /

Hoping to see the Stars break out their 2020 NHL Winter Classic threads again? You're in luck.

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Podcast: Outdoor game was truly an all-time classic for Stars

Razor and Heika recap everything from a memorable NHL Winter Classic at Cotton Bowl Stadium

by Daryl Reaugh and Mike Heika / Rinky Dinking Podcast

It's a brand-new decade, but Daryl 'Razor' Reaugh and Mike Heika are still here to carry you into the future -- or something like that.

From Alexander Radulov's game-winning goal to pig races, the guys recap everything from a successful Winter Classic at Cotton Bowl Stadium (2:12).

Also, Team Canada takes gold at the World Junior Championship (27:49), TV ratings for the Winter Classic (39:08), and who are Rick Bowness' Dallas Stars (44:52)?

Rinky Dinking is available for download on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and

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Final episode of 'Road To The NHL Winter Classic' airs Monday, Jan. 6

The season finale of the limited series chronicling the Stars and Predators will be shown at 9:30 p.m. CT on NBCSN

by Press Release @PR_NHL / NHL Public Relations

NEW YORK -- The one-hour final episode of "Road To The NHL Winter Classic," the limited series that chronicled the Dallas Stars and Nashville Predators as they prepared to meet outdoors in the 2020 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic® on Jan. 1 at Cotton Bowl® Stadium in Dallas, airs tonight at 6 p.m. CT on SN1 in Canada and at 9:30 p.m. CT on NBCSN in the U.S.

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Western wear, Texas vibe drive home special feeling of Winter Classic

From belt buckles to bolo ties, the Stars embrace classic Lone Star State style at outdoor game

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

DALLAS -- Part of the fun of having the Winter Classic in Texas is the fact there is a real aesthetic that can come out to center stage.

The NHL embraced it with its branding and logos, choosing fonts that reflected the Wild West.

The musical choices fell right in line, with music by Dan & Shay and Midland, and plenty of piped in choices that reflected both Country and Western.

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Stars score four unanswered goals to down Predators in Winter Classic

Radulov leads a three-goal final frame, netting the go-ahead tally to push Dallas past Nashville

by Jeff Odom @jeffodom /

DALLAS -- That's how you ring in the new year.

Alexander Radulov netted the go-ahead marker five minutes into the third period and the Stars scored four unanswered goals Wednesday to rally past the Predators, 4-2, in the 2020 NHL Winter Classic before a sellout audience of 85,630 at Cotton Bowl Stadium.

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Perry apologetic after early ejection from Winter Classic

The Stars winger was assessed a game misconduct in the first period for elbowing Nashville's Ellis

by Jeff Odom @jeffodom /

DALLAS -- Corey Perry's Winter Classic lasted all of two minutes and 44 seconds on Wednesday.

The veteran winger was ejected from the Dallas Stars' 4-2 win at Cotton Bowl Stadium in the opening minutes of the first period after being assessed a game misconduct for elbowing Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Ellis.

Ellis, who was attempting a shot in Nashville's attacking zone at the blueline when Perry delivered a blow to the head with his elbow up, fell to the ice and remained down for several moments. He was assisted off by teammates Viktor Arvidsson and Austin Watson before departing down the long pathway toward the tunnel with Nashville's training staff. Ellis was ruled out the rest of the game with an upper-body injury.

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Stars help deliver 'perfect' Winter Classic with comeback win

Before 85,000-plus at Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas and its fans make a Texas-sized statement against the Predators

by Mike Heika @MikeHeika / Senior Staff Writer

DALLAS -- NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman was talking about the weather Wednesday, but he might as well have been talking about the entire 2020 NHL Winter Classic.

Asked if the weather was "just about perfect," Bettman replied emphatically: "Not just about … this was perfect. It's comfortable for the fans, the temperature is good for the ice, there's no precipitation, and there's no sun. The cloud cover couldn't be more perfect. This is an ideal weather situation for us at an outdoor game."

In fact, it was an ideal situation in pretty much every regard.

Attendance was 85,630 (the second-largest crowd to ever attend an NHL game), fans enjoyed a Texas-themed event that included country music, the State Fair Midway, and pig races -- and the Stars found a way to forge an exciting comeback win, 4-2, over the Nashville Predators.

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Texas style: Stars dress to impress before Winter Classic

Dallas players went true 'Cowboy Western' as they entered Cotton Bowl Stadium for Wednesday's outdoor game

by Staff Report @DallasStars /

Cowboy hat? Check.

Belt buckle? Check.

Dressed to impress for the biggest game of the regular season? You betcha.

The Dallas Stars went full "Cowboy Western" for their pre-game walk to the entrance of Cotton Bowl Stadium on Wednesday, arriving to their NHL Winter Classic matchup against the Predators in style.

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