The Dallas Stars have seen their fair share of ups and downs this season. They have been on both sides of the spectrum both with their play on the ice and with their attendance.
An article from The Dallas Morning News reports that the Stars recently had their largest attendance for a single game in franchise history on March 16th. Ironically, the Stars also set a franchise record for lowest attendance at a single game earlier this season.
On March 16th, Dallas reported an attendance of 19,099 - the largest crowd to ever take in a home game in franchise history. Interestingly enough, just a handful of months back the Stars had a reported attendance on October 10th of 6,306 - the lowest in franchise history.
We can look at a ton of statistics from the Stars this season but few really capture how night and day the club has been in 2011-12. At times, the Stars have looked like an unorganized group all trying to accomplish unique goals that typically led the team to a decisive los...