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Texas Stars Hockey Tickets

The Texas Stars is an American Hockey League team that plays out of Cedar Park, Texas. The Stars, who are affiliated with the NHL's Dallas Stars, have shown a lot of talent out on the ice, winning conference, division and regular season championship titles. Purchase your Texas Stars tickets today and watch some of the best hockey players in the AHL compete.

The Texas Stars was founded in April 2009 when the AHL granted the team limited membership into the league. Its first season was a major success, which was a good sign for investors and fans. The team finished second in the West Division during the regular season, swept the Rockford Icehogs in the first round of the AHL playoffs and went on to win its first division title by defeating the Chicago Wolves in a tight 4 to 3 series. The team continued its success by defeating the Hamilton Bulldogs in another 7-game series. The Stars tried to win it all but lost to the Hershey Bears in game six of the Calder Cup Finals. Since then, the team has recorded only one losing season, making it a dominant force in the AHL.