Although the Dallas Stars have not retired a jersey number since moving to Texas in 1993 (not counting the league-wide retirement of #99 honoring Wayne Gretzky), the team does have three retired numbers honoring players from the Minnesota North Stars. The Dallas Stars entered the NHL as the North Stars in Minnesota as part of the 1967 expansion draft.
A trio of key players from the early years of the team have been honored and they include Neal Broten (#7), Bill Goldsworthy (#8) and Bill Masterton (#19). Broten didn’t play many games for the team but set two records that still stand to this day. He holds the franchise record for 38 goals and 98 assists in a rookie season and has the all-time franchise record for 76 assists in a season (1985-1986).
Goldsworthy joined the team their expansion season and served as team captain during his time with Minnesota and Masterton was honored following his passing from an injury sustained in a North Stars jersey. Jerseys are great collectibles and if you have one keep it in our Dallas Stars Jersey Display Case.
Some key features of this jersey display case:
Has space to hold a single jersey (sports memorabilia not included)
The jersey frame comes in your choice of wood, mahogany or black finish
Includes an engraved Dallas Stars logo
Officially Licensed by the NHL
Inner dimensions: 38"H x 29 1/2"W x 3"D
Outer dimensions: 42"H x 34 1/2"W x 3 1/2"D
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