- Texas Stars AHL hockey game against the Oklahoma City Barons
- When: Friday, November 28, at 7:30 p.m,
- Where: Cedar Park Center
- Seating: Luxury level, including views from the sides, corners, or just behind the net.
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Seating Options and Dates
- $37 for two luxury-level tickets (a $68.24 value)
- $65 for four luxury-level tickets (a $136.48 value)
The Scouting Report
To say the Stars and Travis Morin had a good season in 2013-14 would be quite the understatement. The team won its second-straight division title last year before steamrolling its way to the franchise’s first Calder Cup. For his part, all Morin did was appear in the All Star game, lead the AHL in scoring, earn regular-season MVP honors, and finally, receive the MVP award for the championship series. With their new hardware proudly on display instead of buried behind the Cedar Park Center so nobody can find it, Morin and the Stars are at it again this season, already contending for first place. Fans can cheer them toward the top spot on November 28 against the Barons, who the Stars swept in the opening round of the playoffs last season.
As the AHL affiliate of their big-league Dallas namesake, the Texas Stars spared no time claiming their birthright. In its very first season—2009–10—the team conquered the Western Conference, hoisting the Robert W. Clarke Trophy and earning a place in the Calder Cup finals. Since every faceoff was past the newborn Stars’ bedtime, they ultimately fell short of the league championship. The Stars eventually got redemption in 2014, when they captured the franchise’s first Calder Cup after defeating the St. John’s IceCaps in the championship series.