Texas Stars Host the NHL's Dallas Stars

The Stars will shine brightly in Cedar Park tonight

Texas Stars Host the NHL's Dallas Stars
Photo courtesy of the Texas Stars

The Texas Stars wrap up their preseason tonight hosting their parent club, the NHL's Dallas Stars. This event is unprecedented in Central Texas and affords fans a chance to see future hall of famer Mike Modano and the rest of his teammates do what they do right here in the sparkly new Cedar Park Center.

The game gets started at 7pm with tickets available by calling 800/745-3000, by going online at www.ticketmaster.com or by visiting any local Ticketmaster outlet.

The Stars begin their inaugural season this Friday, Oct. 2, 7pm at the AT&T Center in San Antonio against the San Antonio Rampage. Texas will host their first regular-season game ever at 7pm on Saturday, Oct. 3 at the Cedar Park Center.

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