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Stars keep some depth at forward by re-signing Kiviranta

The Dallas Stars re-signed forward Joel Kiviranta on Saturday, giving a $2.1 million, two-year contract to one of their playoff standouts from a run to the 2020 Stanley Cup Final. Kiviranta will bring depth up front for Dallas after scoring a career-high 11 points (six goals, five assists) in 26...
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Dallas Stars sign forward Joel Kiviranta to two-year deal

The Dallas Stars continued their active start to free agency. On Saturday, the team announced it has signed forward Joel Kiviranta to a two-year, $2,100,000 contract that has an average annual value (AAV) of $1,050,000. Kiviranta, 25, has appeared in 37 games with the Stars over the last two seasons....
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Stars sign defenseman Ben Gleason to one-year, two-way contract

FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the club has signed defenseman Ben Gleason to a one-year, two-way contract. Gleason, 23, skated in 37 contests and recorded 17 points (4-13=17) during the 2020-21 season for the Texas Stars, Dallas' top development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). His team-leading +13 plus/minus rating was tied for seventh among all AHL defensemen and shared 17th among all AHL players. Gleason ranked second amongst Texas blueliners and eighth on the club in points (17). Additionally, he shared fifth on the club in power play goals (2) and finished fifth on the team with 71 shots on goal.
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Thanks For The Big Moments, Big Rig

Much like with Jason Dickinson, Jamie Oleksiak has left the victory green this off-season. The Big Rig was a fan favorite for many Stars fans. He will surely still have fans, and will certainly be remembered as a Dallas Star. As they would say; once a Star, always a Star.
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Welcome to the Dallas Stars Free Agency

NHL Free Agency is here with the Dallas Stars making as big of a splash as they can. New players join the mix as the Stars make moves to bolster their roster. Grizzled veterans and re-signing young talent puts the Stars in a good spot for next season. This past week has Stars fans asking if these new additions are enough to win the Stanley Cup. There is also a serious salary cap problem, along with concerns about an elite player’s career. Here is what happened over the past few days.