Found August 07, 2013 on The Hockey Guys:
By Pat White (@patwhite9126) Getty Images The Dallas Stars have teetered on the playoff bubble the past five years, but have found themselves on the outside looking in. They have gone through three head coaches, seen dips in attendance and have made some head-scratching acquisitions during that span. Stars owner Tom Gaglardi saw the 2013 off-season as an opportunity to give the franchise a facelift from top to bottom. The first identity change came with the crest on the front of the sweater. I know this is probably the least important change, but I couldn’t stand those old Stars sweaters. They couldn’t quite get it right from the plain “Dallas” logo on the front, the Stars crest and those hideous black sweaters with the Texas longhorn constellation. I didn’t like the new design at first with the “D” inside of what looks like a throwing star, but it’s growing on me. Alright, enough with my fashion discussion for the day. Now on to more important business. Gaglardi and team President ...

After number change, Roussel offers to cover cost of new jerseys

Antoine Roussel became a fan favorite for the Dallas Stars during his first season with the team, and along with his new stardom in the NHL came the jersey sales with the No. 60 on it and the budding hockey player even promised fans back in March he planned on keeping his number. @oconnor9sean I know, it's a strange number :) but I going to keep it!loveIt thanks4yourSupport...

After number change, Stars’ Roussel offers to buy fans new jerseys

Antoine Roussel wore #60 for the Dallas Stars last year. But, after former #21 Loui Eriksson was traded to Boston in July (and even after Roussel pledged to keep his #60), Roussel decided to switch to Eriksson’s old sweater number- which also happens to be Roussel’s birthday (Nov. 21, 1989). However, this change irked some fans who had bought Roussel’s number, after he become...
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