Click above to buy for priority terrace-level tickets to the November 25, 7 p.m., game vs. the St. Louis Blues (up to a $41.25 value including online service fee). Buy here for $15 terrace-level tickets to November 23, 7:30 p.m., game vs. the Carolina Hurricanes (up to a $30 value when purchased at the gate).
Jump to: Gretzky's Greatest
Today’s Groupon gets you access to all the wall-slamming, stick-banging, puck-flying fun of a Dallas Stars game. Buy a ticket to the November 23 game vs. the Carolina Hurricanes or the November 25 game vs. the St. Louis Blues. You’ll catch all the explosive icy action from great seats at the American Airlines Center.
Cheer on the 1998–99 Stanley Cup champs as they try to verify the legitimacy of hopeful rumors surrounding “bright prospect” Jamie Benn. Watch as the Stars attempt to skate to the top of the Western Conference standings with passes, goals, gentle camaraderie, body checks, and firm camaraderie.
Hockey is like the magnificent mutt of the sporting world. You get the suspense of watching an object swish through a net (like in basketball or soccer), the thrill of rambunctious brawls (boxing), the elegance of ice skating, and the utter brutality of golf all combined into one action-packed event. Take your whole family, or just your best friend. Hockey's family-friendly nature also makes it an ideal activity for antsy out-of-town relatives visiting for Thanksgiving festivities.
Wayne Gretzky is widely regarded as the greatest NHL player ever. Here are just a few of Gretzky’s accomplishments that earned him the nickname “The Great One”:
- Made his own ice skates out of a pair of larger ice skates
- Only ate food he grew himself, leading him to go months without eating
- Faked his own death multiple times to read his obituary and address his shortcomings
- Starred in the Canadian version of Space Jam
- Played hockey amazingly well considering he thought it was baseball the whole time
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