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Craig Ludwig - Although Ludwig never put up large offensive numbers, his defensive play was stellar.
The former Montreal Canadien brought veteran leadership to a young Dallas team. His shot blocking ability was legendary and was never afraid to mix it up with the opposing teams' top player (See that here).
Richard Matvichuk - Drafted by Minnesota in 1992, Matvichuk stayed with the franchise until the 2003-2004 season.
It was rare to see Matvichuk play less than 70 games per season and teamed up with another infamous Star to form the most physical defense pair in Stars' history.
Darryl Sydor - Even though Sydor played with six teams (Los Angeles, Dallas, Columbus, Tampa Bay Pittsburgh and St. Louis) in his 18 year career, he is probably most well remembered for his time with the Stars.
When he first arrived in Dallas, Sydor was a scrappy, tenacious player and as he matured as a player, he became the steady hand on the back end of the Dallas ice.
Fans will never forget Sydor's effort in game six of the 2000 Cup Finals, crawling to the middle of the slot to get back on defense after suffering a knee injury (watch).
Brett Hull - This may come as a surprise to some.
The Stars' "Ambassador of Fun" only spent three seasons with Dallas and considering the goal-scoring reputation Hull carried with him to Dallas, you could almost say the Golden Brett underachieved, by his standards.
But he did do that one thing...
What was it?
Oh, yeah, bring the Stars its only Stanley Cup to date with his triple overtime goal against the Sabres in 1999.
Yes. It was a goal.