Complete Guide for the Dallas Stars' 2014 Offseason

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Complete Guide for the Dallas Stars' 2014 Offseason
Jae C. Hong

The Dallas Stars finally got going in the right direction in the 2013-14 season.

After watching the playoffs for the previous five seasons, new general manager Jim Nill wanted to put together a team that would be able to compete in the postseason.

Nill hired head coach Lindy Ruff to help him get there and then traded for a budding superstar in Tyler Seguin during the offseason.

The Stars played in fits and starts through the first half of the season, but there was steady and significant improvement in the second half. They earned a spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since the 2007-08 season and pushed the Anaheim Ducks to overtime of the sixth game before they finally succumbed. 

Nill knows there is much work to do if the Stars are going to continue to improve and build a championship-caliber team. 

The planning for the offseason begins now.

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