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Dallas Stars Acrylic Hockey Display Cases
Our Dallas Stars Display Cases are specially designed to protect and display your favorite souvenirs. Made from top quality acrylic, our cases come in designs to display business cards, hockey pucks, hockey jerseys and helmets. We have sizes for single or double puck displays and mini or full size helmets. Each of our American-made items comes with an engraved Dallas Stars logo.
History Of The Dallas Stars
The Dallas Stars started their NHL life as the Minnesota North Stars when they entered the league in the 1967 expansion. The team did well in Minnesota reaching the second round of playoffs in their first season and between 1969-1970 to 1979-1980 the team qualified for playoffs a total of five times and advanced up to the Conference Championships in 1980. The following season the North Stars went as far as the Stanley Cup Finals only to lose to the New York Islanders. The team earned its first Division Championship the following season and made the playoffs each season between 1989 and 1992.
The team was purchased by Norman Green in 1990 and despite another Stanley Cup Finals season, he moved the team to Dallas in 1993 where their results improved thanks to key player acquisitions. In 1994 the team received goalie Andy Moog in a trade with the Boston Bruins and that season he became the tenth goalie in NHL history to reach 300 career victories. In 1999 the team led by Mike Modano, Joe Nieuwendyk, Ed Belfour and Brett Hull advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals winning the series 4 games to 2 over the Buffalo Sabres.
The team colors are Victory green, black, white and silver and the team is part of the Central Division of the Western Conference.
Key players on the team include (all played in Minnesota) Bill Goldsworthy (1967-1977), Bill Masterson (1967-1968), Leo Boivin (1969-1970), Mike Gartner (1989-1990), Larry Murphy (1989-1990), Dino Ciccarelli (1980-1989) and Gump Worsley (1969-1974). Key players from Dallas include Mike Modano (1993-2010), Sergei Zubov (1996-2009), Jere Lehtinen 1995-2010), Joe Nieuwendyk (1995-2002) and Marty Turco (2000-2010).
As the Minnesota North Stars the team won 2 Conference Championships and 2 Division Championships. The Dallas Stars have one Stanley Cup (1998-1999), 2 Conference Championships, 2 Presidents’ Trophies (1997-1998, 1998-1999) and 7 Division Championships.