Dallas Stars Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Dallas Stars jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge, replica and third jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with goalie jerseys and women's styles in stock.

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New Dallas Stars Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey NHL White

New Dallas Stars Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey NHL White
$129.99

New Dallas Stars Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey NHL Green

New Dallas Stars Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey NHL Green
$129.99

Eric Lindros Dallas Stars XL Jersey Koho EUC

Eric Lindros Dallas Stars XL Jersey Koho EUC
$60.00

Dallas Stars Reebok Edge 20 7287 Authentic Jersey Size 52

Dallas Stars Reebok Edge 20 7287 Authentic Jersey Size 52
$229.99

Dallas Stars Team Issued Edge 20 Jersey NHL Reebok Authentic

Dallas Stars Team Issued Edge 20 Jersey NHL Reebok Authentic
$60.00

Dallas Stars Reebok Home Tyler Seguin Size 54 Jersey Fight Strap

Dallas Stars Reebok Home Tyler Seguin Size 54 Jersey Fight Strap
$60.00

Vintage CCM Maska Air Knit Dallas Stars NHL Hockey Jersey Size XXL

Vintage CCM Maska Air Knit Dallas Stars NHL Hockey Jersey Size XXL
$49.99

2008 09 Dallas Stars signed team jersey Modano Morrow Turco Richards auto

2008 09 Dallas Stars signed team jersey Modano Morrow Turco Richards auto
$39.99

Mike Modano Dallas Stars Authentic Reebok Away Jersey Size 48 NWOT

Mike Modano Dallas Stars Authentic Reebok Away Jersey Size 48 NWOT
$229.99

Tyler Seguin Dallas Stars Green Reebok Stitched NHL Jersey Large

Tyler Seguin Dallas Stars Green Reebok Stitched NHL Jersey Large
$60.00

New Dallas Stars Pro Stock Reebok Edge 20 Blank Hockey Jersey Authentic White

New Dallas Stars Pro Stock Reebok Edge 20 Blank Hockey Jersey Authentic White
$77.99

VINTAGE PRO PLAYER NHL DALLAS STARS MIKE MODANO JERSEY SIZE XL

VINTAGE PRO PLAYER NHL DALLAS STARS MIKE MODANO JERSEY SIZE XL
$69.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Dallas Stars Mike Modano White sz S

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Dallas Stars Mike Modano White sz S
$79.99

Jaromir Jagr Dallas Stars Reebok Edge 20 authentic jersey 52

Jaromir Jagr Dallas Stars Reebok Edge 20 authentic jersey 52
$225.00

New Dallas Stars Modano Jersey Vintage

New Dallas Stars Modano Jersey Vintage
$65.00

New Dallas Stars Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Blank Hockey Jersey NHL

New Dallas Stars Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Blank Hockey Jersey NHL
$77.99



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More About Dallas Stars Jerseys

It seems nonsensical that hockey would succeed in Texas when it had failed in Minnesota but that is exactly what happened in the case of the Dallas Stars. In 1993, the Minnesota North Stars, one of the teams that had been part of the original NHL expansion in 1967, and one that called one of the biggest hockey hotbeds in the United States home, packed up and moved south to become the Dallas Stars.

The Stars got off to a good start in their new home in Dallas, beating the Detroit Red Wings, a former Norris division rival, by a 6-4 margin in their very first game. The Stars, along with the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Florida Panthers, were relatively unknown in the non-traditional hockey markets of the deep south. However, in the sports-crazed city of Dallas they quickly gained in popularity. The fact that the team enjoyed some early success didn't hurt much either. Led by Mike Modano - the greatest player to ever don a Dallas Stars jersey - the club posted franchise records for both wins (42) and points (97) that year. They continued to delight their fans come playoff time, sweeping through another old Norris Division rival in the St. Louis Blues, before finally bowing out to the Vancouver Canucks in the quarter-finals.

The Ken Hitchcock Era

After getting off to a dreadful start in the 1995-96 season coach Bob Gainey stepped down as coach, concentrating on GM duties. They brought in former Kamloops Blazers bench boss Ken Hitchcock to helm the squad, and the two time Memorial Cup winner made an immediate impact on the culture of the team. With the addition of veteran players like Guy Carbonneau and Joe Nieuwendyk, Sergei Zubov and Darryl Sydor the team experienced a massive turnaround in the 1996-97 season, going from 66 points to a whopping 104 that year.

The Stars continued to tweak their roster going forward, bringing in Eddie Belfour as their starting goaltender, and later former St. Louis Blues sniper Brett Hull. Both players would have a huge impact on the club's immediate success. The 1998-99 was the pinnacle in the history of the franchise. In the regular season the club set marks for wins (51) and points (114), franchise records that still stand to this day. The 114 points would give them their second consecutive President's Trophy. However, this team of veterans was far from finished.

They started their playoff run by sweeping the Edmonton Oilers, before beating the St. Louis Blues in 6, and outlasting the Colorado Avalanche in a grueling 7 game series. Their march through the Western Conference set up a match-up between them and the Buffalo Sabres. It would mark the second time the franchise had reached the Stanley Cup Finals (the first came in 1981 as the Minnesota North Stars, who went on to lose to the New York Islanders in 5 games).

The Sabres proved to be a determined opponent, and Czech goaltender Dominik Hasek, already coming off an Olympic Gold Medal win in Nagano in 1998, was doing his best to add a Stanley Cup ring to his hockey trophy case.

Ultimately the series would end in controversy. The two teams battled tooth and nail for six games, putting on a display of defensively sound hockey and goaltending for the ages. In the third overtime of game six with the game knotted at 1-1, Brett Hull scored the Stanley Cup winning goal with his foot in the crease. At the time the NHL was still implementing a black and white no crease rule that stated that a goal would be waved off if any part of an opposing player was in the crease when a goal was scored, regardless of whether or not said player was actually interfering with the goaltender. In the pandemonium that followed Hull's goal the goal was never properly reviewed, and the referee's call on the ice - a good goal - stood, giving the Stars the 1999 Stanley Cup.

The Stars would remain a force in the following season, and for a second straight year they reached the Stanley Cup Finals. However, they could not repeat as champions as the Jason Arnott of the New Jersey Devils scored the double OT winner in game 6 to capture the cup.

Today's Dallas Stars

Over the years following their back to back Stanley Cup Finals appearances the Dallas Stars continued to be a force in the Western Conference, but couldn't quite get over the hump to compete against the NHL's best. In 2007-08 they reached the semi-finals, only to lose to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings. In the two seasons following the team has dropped out of the playoff picture altogether, missing the playoffs in 2009 and again in 2010.

This season will be a transitional one for the men wearing the Dallas Stars jerseys. Mike Modano, the franchise's all time leading scorer was not offered a new contract and wound up signing with the rival Red Wings. Goaltender Marty Turco, who has been the club's #1 goalie for several years running has moved on to join the Chicago Blackhawks. Kari Lehtonen, formerly of the Atlanta Thrashers, will be taking over between the pipes to start the season. Young stars like Loui Eriksson, James Neal and Jamie Benn will all be called upon to play bigger roles this year offensively, and Brad Richards, Mike Ribeiro and Brenden Morrow will need to help fill the huge void in team leadership left by the departure of Modano.

The Stars may not be there just yet, but if they can solidify their goaltending and their young stars continue to improve they may one day return to the form that had them challenging for the Stanley Cup a decade ago.