Sunday, January 19, 2020

Texas Stars

McKenna Leads Stars Past Gulls

SAN DIEGO, CA- The Texas Stars and San Diego Gulls each came into Friday night's game undefeated, but looking to improve on defense.

Stars Win Thriller Over Wolves

Cedar Park, TX- The red light was definitely functional in Texas Friday, the Texas Stars and Chicago Wolves would test it 11 times just to be sure.

Stars Show Resiliency in Comeback Win

CEDAR PARK, TX-  The fourth installment of this year's I-35 Rivalry Series was a thriller to the end, as the Texas Stars rallied from three one-goal deficits to win it 4-3.

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 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 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. 

Stars Hand Wolves Seventh Straight Loss

ROSEMONT, ILL - It is the same story it has been for a while now, as the Chicago Wolves’ losing streak was extended to seven games in a 2-1 overtime loss to the Texas Stars Tuesday at Allstate Arena

Gulls Hand Stars First Loss

SAN DIEGO, CA- The San Diego Gulls used an explosive second period to break a 1-1 tie and coast to a 5-1 victory over the Texas Stars Saturday.

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. 

McKenna Guides Stars Past Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE, WI- The Texas Stars took a 1-0 lead on a Sheldon Dries tally just two minutes into the game Saturday, and would not need another.