Even though they were a playoff team, Dallas finished last season at the bottom of the NHL in scoring. In order to boost the goal total, the Stars signed free agents Joe Pavelski and Corey Perry. Having Miro Heiskanen build off a successful rookie season should help, and the potential of the core of Alexander Radulov, Tyler Seguin, and Jamie Benn is still there. Ben Bishop and Anton Khudobin still provide a solid one-two punch in goal, but they’ll hope for a little more help on the offensive side this year.
You have plenty of options for a premier game experience at the American Airlines Center. Start with the Service King Lounge Theater Boxes, which are available for 4-6 or 8-12 guests. In addition to box seats, you get VIP parking and entrance privileges, access to premium clubs and lounges, along with an all-inclusive buffet with beer, wine, and house spirits included.
For a semi-private experience for your group of four, try the U.S. Concrete Foundation Loft Seating, which is the Stars’ newest premium concept. This also comes with all the same perks of the Service King Lounge Theater Boxes, along with in-seat wait service.
Germania Insurance Club Loge Boxes are on the lowest of the suite levels, and your box seats come with a complimentary upscale buffet, free drinks, and a VIP parking pass.