2010–11 Dallas Stars · NHL
2010–11 record
General Manager Joe Nieuwendyk
Coach Marc Crawford
Captain Brendan Morrow
Alternate captains TBD
Arena American Airlines Center
Team leaders

The 2010–11 Dallas Stars season will see the Stars attempt to win the Stanley Cup for the second time in franchise history.


The Stars decided to not re-sign unrestricted free agent goalie Marty Turco. The Stars signed free agent goalie Andrew Raycroft, formerly of the Vancouver Canucks, likely as backup goalie to Lehtinen.

Regular seasonEdit


The Stars will attempt to return to the playoffs after failing to qualify in 2009–10.

Schedule and resultsEdit


On June 17, the Dallas Stars announced that they will play six pre-season games in 2010.[1]

Regular season Edit


Divisional standings Edit

Conference standings Edit

Player statsEdit


Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played in; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; +/- = Plus/minus; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals 

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM


Note:  Min, TOI = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T,T/OT = Ties; OTL = Overtime losses; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots against; SV = Shots saved; SV% = Save percentage;

Regular season

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Stars. Stats reflect time spent with the Stars only.
Traded mid-season
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and records Edit

Awards Edit

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded

Records Edit

Milestones Edit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached


Transactions Edit

The Stars have been involved in the following transactions during the 2010–11 season.


June 26, 2010[2] To Colorado Avalanche
3rd-round pick (#71 overall) in 2010
To Dallas Stars
3rd-round pick (#77 overall) in 2010
4th-round pick (#109 overall) in 2010

Free agents acquired Edit

Player Former team Contract terms
Severin Blindenbacher[3] Farjestad 1 year, $1.1125 million entry-level contract
Jace Coyle[3] Medicine Hat Tigers 3 years, $1.61 million entry-level contract
Adam Burish[4] Chicago Blackhawks 2 years, $2.3 million
Andrew Raycroft[5] Vancouver Canucks 2 years, $1.3 million
Travis Morin[6] Texas Stars 1 year, $500,000
Brad Lukowich[7] Vancouver Canucks 1 year, $1 million

Free agents lost Edit

Player New team Contract terms
Warren Peters[8] Minnesota Wild 2 years, $1.075 million
Matt Climie[9] Phoenix Coyotes 1 year, $725,000
Andrew Hutchinson[10] Pittsburgh Penguins 1 year, $500,000
Marty Turco[11] Chicago Blackhawks 1 year, $1.3 million
Mike Modano[12] Detroit Red Wings 1 year, $1.25 million

Claimed via Waivers Edit

Player Former team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via Waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Player Signings Edit

Player Contract terms
Kari Lehtonen[13] 3 years, $10.65 million contract extension
Brent Krahn[14] 1 year, $500,000
Krys Barch[15] 2 years, $1.675 million
Francis Wathier[16] 2 years, $1.15 million
Aaron Gagnon[17] 1 year, $600,000
Scott Glennie[18] 3 year entry-level contract
Maxime Fortunus[7] 2 years, $1.175 million
Trevor Ludwig[7] 1 year, $525,000
Raymond Sawada[19] 1 year, $575,000
Fabian Brunnstrom[20] 1 year, $675,000
Nicklas Grossman[21] 2 years, $3.25 million

Draft picks Edit

The Stars' picks at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, California.

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 11 Jack Campbell G Flag of the United States United States U.S. National U-18 Team (United States Hockey League)
2 41 Patrik Nemeth D Flag of Sweden Sweden AIK J20 (J20 SuperElit)
3 77 (from Colorado) Alexandr Guptill LW Flag of Canada.svg Canada Orangeville Crushers (Central Canadian Hockey League)
4 109 (from Los Angeles via Colorado) Alex Theriau D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Everett Silvertips (Western Hockey League)
5 131 John Klingberg D Flag of Sweden Sweden Frolunda, Jr. (Swedish Jr.)

Roster Edit

Updated April 13, 2010.

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
13 Flag of Canada.svg Barch, KrysKrys Barch

LW L 37 2007 Guelph, Ontario
96 Flag of Sweden Brunnstrom, FabianFabian Brunnstrom

RW L 32 2008 Helsingborg, Sweden
6 Flag of Canada.svg Daley, TrevorTrevor Daley

D L 33 2002 Toronto, Ontario
21 Flag of Sweden Eriksson, LouiLoui Eriksson

RW L 32 2003 Gothenburg, Sweden
28 Flag of Canada.svg Fistric, MarkMark Fistric

D L 31 2004 Edmonton, Alberta
2 Flag of Sweden Grossman, NicklasNicklas Grossman

D L 32 2004 Stockholm, Sweden
36 Flag of Denmark Larsen, PhilipPhilip Larsen

D R 27 2008 Esbjerg, Denmark
26 Flag of Finland Lehtinen, JereJere Lehtinen


RW R 44 1992 Espoo, Finland
32 Flag of Finland Lehtonen, KariKari Lehtonen

G L 33 2010 Helsinki, Finland
9 Flag of the United States Modano, MikeMike Modano


C L 47 1988 Livonia, Michigan
10 Flag of Canada.svg Morrow, BrendenBrenden Morrow


LW L 38 1997 Carlyle, Saskatchewan
18 Flag of Canada.svg Neal, JamesJames Neal

LW L 29 2005 Whitby, Ontario
5 Flag of the United States Niskanen, MattMatt Niskanen

D R 30 2005 Virginia, Minnesota
29 Flag of Canada.svg Ott, SteveSteve Ott


LW L 35 2000 Summerside, Prince Edward Island
17 Flag of the United States Petersen, TobyToby Petersen

C L 38 2007 Minneapolis, Minnesota
63 Flag of Canada.svg Ribeiro, MikeMike Ribeiro

C L 37 2006 Montreal, Quebec
91 Flag of Canada.svg Richards, BradBrad Richards


C L 37 2008 Murray Harbour, Prince Edward Island
3 Flag of Canada.svg Robidas, StephaneStephane Robidas


D R 40 2005 Sherbrooke, Quebec
24 Flag of Canada.svg Segal, BrandonBrandon Segal

RW R 34 2010 Richmond, British Columbia
37 Flag of Latvia Skrastins, KarlisKarlis Skrastins

D L 43 2009 Riga, Soviet Union
20 Flag of Canada.svg Sutherby, BrianBrian Sutherby

LW L 35 2008 Edmonton, Alberta
35 Flag of Canada.svg Turco, MartyMarty Turco

G L 42 1994 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
23 Flag of Sweden Wandell, TomTom Wandell

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C L 30 2005 Södertälje, Sweden
44 Flag of Canada.svg Woywitka, JeffJeff Woywitka

D L 33 2009 Vermilion, Alberta

See also Edit

Farm teams Edit

References Edit

External links Edit

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