If you’ve been keeping up with the Dallas Stars this offseason, you are more than aware of how good this season could actually be for the organization.

A newly-shaped, deep roster filled with talent from top to bottom featuring players of all facets and skill sets that is hungry for more than a second-round playoff exit. The road to the Stanley Cup officially opens on September 13th for fans, and you can witness it for yourself for free.

The Dallas Stars Training Camp will host open training camp viewings on Friday, September 13th – Sunday, September 15th at Comerica Center in Frisco, Texas for anyone who is interested in catching the 2019-2020 team in action.

There will be three different sessions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with on-ice practice at the times below all three days open to the public…

Session 1: 8:30 AM – 10 AM

Session 2: 10:30 AM-Noon

Session 3: 12:30 PM – 2 PM

If you’re in the Metroplex area and a fan of sports of any kind, it will be worth your time. It is a great chance to get a look behind the scenes on what exactly goes on and see the 2019-2020 Dallas Stars before they even start preseason play.

Get to see your favorite players running drills, new lines being tweaked, the coaching staff in action, the final roster is set, young players and rookies getting their careers started, and see the overall hard work and grind that goes into just putting together a professional sports team for a single season.

Besides, you can’t really miss out on an opportunity for autographs and meet-and-greets with players and coaching staff, and a chance to see Stars’ social media sensation, goaltender Anton “Dobby” Khudobin in person, all for free.

Short and sweet: Go support the Stars. It could be a special year, or it could not be. Potential is one thing and execution is the other. See the season start from the ground floor and (hopefully) watch it grow into something special.

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