Stars to hold training camp opener at the U.S. Open on Wednesday (PT)
Training camp opens Wednesday (Thursday) at U.N.H.L. Center.
The Stars have opened their training camp at the United NationsHockey World Headquarters (UNH) in New York City for the second consecutive year.
The training camp will begin at 9 a.m.
CT (12 p.m., 7 p.t.) and will run through Thursday.
The Stars will then travel to the United States for a two-game series against the Los Angeles Kings.
The 2017-18 season has seen an uptick in international players joining the NHL roster, including some of the Stars biggest names.
This season, 23-year-old Russian defenseman Mikhail Sergachev has been added to the Stars training camp roster and was named captain of the team.
Sergachev is one of the highest-profile players to sign with the Stars.
The 21-year old is expected to contribute to the team’s offensive game as well as providing a top-four defenseman.
The Russian defenseman is expected be able to contribute as a top defensive pairing in the NHL.
The team has also signed defenseman Mark Stone, who was acquired by Dallas from the Tampa Bay Lightning on June 24.
Stone will be joined on the roster by three-time NHL All-Star defenseman Marc Methot.
The roster will feature nine defensemen, four forwards and six goaltenders.
The next two games will be played on Thursday, Aug. 22 and Friday, Aug 20.
The game on Thursday will be a rematch of last season’s 4-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
On Thursday, the Stars will host the Montreal Canadiens at the US National Training Center.
The Canadiens will be the first opponent the Stars have faced in training camp.
The second game of the two-day series will be at 7 p,m.
ET (10 p,t.), on Friday, Sept. 1, in Toronto.