Saturday, February 17, 2018

Stars Ready for Crucial Weekend Against Tucson

The Texas Stars begin a massive two-game weekend tonight at 7:30 when they play host to the Pacific Division-leading Tucson Roadrunners. The Stars have yet to face Tucson this season, but that will change tonight as this is the first of two games in two nights against the Roadrunners this weekend.

Stars Set to Start Playoff Push in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO, TX-  The Texas Stars begin the push for the playoffs tonight when they return from the AHL All-Star break with a renewal of the I-35 Rivalry in San Antonio.

Stars’ Announcer Rea Overshadows Stars Win

http://embed.sendtonews.com/oembed/?SC=wjnfCjR1l6-371009-7589&sound=off&format=json&offsetx=0&offsety=0&floatwidth=300&floatposition=bottom-right&float=on CEDAR PARK, TEXAS - The Texas Stars defeated the Stockton Heat 4-3 in a heated battle on Friday night Texas Stars announcer Brien Rea took...

Scouting the Steelheads

TULSA, OK- The Idaho Steelheads are off to another successful start to the season, helped by their affiliation with AHL Texas.

Stars Score Late to Earn Point, Slip into Fourth

ONTARIO, CA- Justin Dowling scored with just 1:02 remaining to force overtime on Monday, salvaging a point that would be enough to push Texas to fourth in the Pacific. 

Stars Set for Critical Stretch

STOCKTON, CA-  The Texas Stars continue their six-game road trip tonight in Stockton, and they come in knowing just how important this weekend set against the Heat is. 

Where Are They Now? Karl Taylor

This month, instead of looking at a player we will be taking a look at my favorite Reading Royals coach of all-time, Karl Taylor.

Power Play Fueling Stars’ Rise in Standings

CEDAR PARK, TX- The Texas Stars return home to face the rival San Antonio Rampage tonight, and will be looking to extend their recent run of success. 

Ontario Reign battle Texas Stars to Overtime Win

By: Duck & Hound and Cameron Turner ONTARIO,CA - Texas followed Ontario back to California to continue their series last night. The Reign didn’t fare well...

Stars Rally for Overtime Win

CEDAR PARK, TX- The Texas Stars fell behind by two goals for the third straight game Tuesday night.  For the second time in those three, though, the Stars would come from behind to win.