Dallas Stars left wing Jason Robertson (21) celebrates with center Ty Dellandrea (10),...

The Stars’ promising season abruptly came to an end in the Western Conference Finals on Monday night when they were defeated 6-0 by the Vegas Golden Knights. Dallas fell behind 3-0 in the series, a position from which only four teams have ever recovered. Even though Dallas won Games 4 and 5, they lost their momentum.

“We’ll examine every aspect. There is much to be pleased of if we remove the emotion from it and look at it, Stars coach Pete DeBoer said following the team’s Game 6 defeat. Out of the 32 teams, there were just four remaining. I doubt many people had us listed as one of them at the beginning of the year.

The 2022–23 Stars ended as the fourth seed in the Western Conference with 108 points during DeBoer’s first season, thanks to historic seasons from Joe Pavelski, Jason Robertson, and Miro Heiskanen. The Stars advanced further in the playoffs than they did the year before, when they were ousted in the first round after losing an overtime Game 7 to the Calgary Flames. The Golden Knights, who will now play the Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup Final, were put to the test as they defeated the Minnesota Wild, Seattle Kraken, and other teams.

After losing Game 6, the Stars didn’t want to focus too much on the future, but there are reasons to think it’s bright. Here are some important inquiries for the Stars.To continue the momentum into the offseason:

Dallas Stars center Luke Glendening (11) faces off against Vegas Golden Knights center...



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